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Retirement Replacement Rates: What and How

Improving Mail Survey Response Rates Using Chocolate and Replacement Questionnaires

Continuation rates for oral contraceptives and hormone replacement therapy

Mechanical disruption of fibrous pocket may reduce infection rate following pacemaker replacement

Stat Bite: Disease Rates in a Study of Combination Hormone Replacement Therapy

Molecular Evolution of the Phytochrome Gene Family in Sorghum: Changing Rates of Synonymous and Replacement Evolution

Ethnicity, age and incidence rates for renal replacement therapy (RRT) in Birmingham, UK: 1990–2004

575 Continuous combined hormonal replacement therapy affects autonomic regulation of heart rate variability

Rate of nicotine onset from nicotine replacement therapy and acute responses in smokers

117 A Low Litter Birth Weight Phenotype Reduces the Retention Rate of Potential Replacement Gilts.

ReplacementMatrix: a web server for maximum-likelihood estimation of amino acid replacement rate matrices

The Nonsynonymous/Synonymous Substitution Rate Ratio versus the Radical/Conservative Replacement Rate Ratio in the Evolution of Mammalian Genes

195 Improvement of cardiac function during enzyme replacement therapy in patients with fabry disease. A prospective strain rate imaging studie

The influence of the depth of embryo replacement into the uterine cavity on implantation rates after IVF: a controlled, ultrasound-guided study

The influence of the depth of embryo replacement into the uterine cavity on implantation rates after IVF: a controlled, ultrasound‐guided study

The influence of the depth of embryo replacement into the uterine cavity on implantation rates after IVF: a controlled, ultrasound‐guided study

Longitudinal influence of age, menopause, hormone replacement therapy,and other medications on parotid flow rates in healthy women

 

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The fertility rate required to hold the population constant in the absence of immigration or changes in longevity (Greenspan (2004) Pop. & Dev. Rev. 30, 4).

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