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A Finite-Range Scaling Method to Analyze Systems with Infinite-Range Interactions

Can long-range microsatellite data be used to predict short-range linkage disequilibrium?

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Review: A Further Range: Studies in Modern Spanish Literature from Galdós to Unamuno A Further Range: Studies in Modern Spanish Literature from Galdós to Unamuno


Canine DNA Subjected to Whole Genome Amplification is Suitable for a Wide Range of Molecular Applications

Distances as Indices to Movements and Home-Range Size from Trapping Records of Small Mammals

A new approach to prediction of short-range conformational propensities in proteins

Web-based tools and approaches to study long-range gene regulation in Metazoa

Evaluation of the activity of ertapenem against gonococcal isolates exhibiting a range of susceptibilities to cefixime


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The operation of heaving the anchor cable of ships up from the chain lockers and laying it out on deck. It was then examined to discover the presence of weak links, if any.

Subjects: Maritime History.

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