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Joint estimation of gene conversion rates and mean conversion tract lengths from population SNP data

Very Low Rate of Gene Conversion in the Yeast Genome

Impact of Designated Preservation Areas on Rate of Preservation and Rate of Conversion: Preliminary Evidence

Conversion of Airborne Gamma Ray Spectra to Ground Level Air Kerma Rates

Groundshine dose–rate conversion factors of soil contaminated to different depths

Conversion Law of Infrared Luminosity to Star-Formation Rate for Galaxies

Conversion of atrial fibrillation to sinus rhythm and rate control by digoxin in comparison to placebo

Delayed adaptation of ventricular repolarization after sudden changes in heart rate due to conversion of atrial fibrillation. A potential risk factor for proarrhythmia?

Calculation of dose rate conversion factors for 238U, 232Th and 40K in concrete structures of various dimensions, with application to Niš, Serbia

Acute beta-adrenoceptor blockade improves efficacy of ibutilide in conversion of atrial fibrillation with a rapid ventricular rate

eComment. The effect of conversion rate on the cost-effectiveness of minimal access mitral valve repair

Longitudinal studies of skin microfilaria and antibody conversion rates in children living in an endemic focus of onchocerciasis in Nigeria

Minimally invasive mitral valve surgery is a very safe procedure with very low rates of conversion to full sternotomy

Evolution of class I alcohol dehydrogenase genes in catarrhine primates: gene conversion, substitution rates, and gene regulation.

Conversion of post-systolic wall thickening into ejectional thickening by selective heart rate reduction during myocardial stunning

External dose-rate conversion factors of radionuclides for air submersion, ground surface contamination and water immersion based on the new ICRP dosimetric setting

P-429 Comparison of spontaneus versus post ablation related conversion rate to sinus rhythm after different cardiosurgical procedures


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symbol: ξ; for a specified chemical reaction, the rate of increase of the extent of reaction at any moment in time, regardless of the conditions under which the reaction is ...

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