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Richard K. Fenn, Dreams of Glory: The sources of apocalyptic terror.

Influence of Vitamin K on Anticoagulant Therapy Depends on Vitamin K Status and the Source and Chemical Forms of Vitamin K

A single source k-shortest paths algorithm to infer regulatory pathways in a gene network

Modelling directivity of strong ground motion with a fractal, k −2, kinematic source model

Dynamic stress field of a kinematic earthquake source model with k-squared slip distribution

New approach in the kinematic k −2 source model for generating physical slip velocity functions

Mitochondria are the main ATP source for a cytosolic pool controlling the activity of ATP-sensitive K+ channels in mouse cardiac myocytes

Windowed f-k spectra of a three-dimensional wavefield excited by a point source in a two-dimensional multilayered elastic medium

Absorbed dose measurements of a handheld 50 kVP X-ray source in water with thermoluminescence dosemeters

Broad-band strong motion simulations coupling k-square kinematic source models with empirical Green's functions: the 2009 L'Aquila earthquake

Effect of pH, carbon source and K+ on the Na+-inhibited germ tube formation of Candida albicans

Delineation of shallow seismic source zones using K-means cluster analysis, with application to the Aegean region

A sample of 6C radio sources designed to find objects at redshift z > 4 - III. Imaging and the radio galaxy K-z relation

Soft-band X/K luminosity ratios in late-type galaxies and constraints on the population of supersoft X-ray sources

American Military History: A Guide to Reference and Information Sources. By Daniel K. Blewett. (Englewood, Colo.: Libraries Unlimited, 1994. xx, 295 pp. $52.00. ISBN 1-56308-035-4.)

 

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