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Structural Versus Reduced-Form Estimation of Optimal Stopping Problems

‘The Form of a Relation’: Peirce and Mathematical Structuralism

Structural Properties of the Human Acidic Ribosomal P Proteins Forming the P1–P2 Heterocomplex

Structural characterization by mass spectrometry of hemoglobin adducts formed after in vitro exposure to methyl bromide

Structural aspects of glucans formed in solution and on the surface of hydroxyapatite

Resolution and characterization of the structural polymorphism of a single quadruplex-forming sequence

The Natural Philosophy of Plant Form: Cellular Autoreproduction as a Component of a Structural Explanation of Plant Form

Intra-Household Allocation of Nutrients and Gender Effects: A Survey of Structural and Reduced-Form Estimates

Structural Analysis of a Mutant of the HIV-1 Integrase Zinc Finger Domain That Forms a Single Conformation

Revealing diversity in structural and biochemical forms of C4 photosynthesis and a C3–C4 intermediate in genus Portulaca L. (Portulacaceae)

A proposed structural model for amyloid fibril elongation: domain swapping forms an interdigitating β-structure polymer

Structural and functional analysis of a truncated form of Saccharomyces cerevisiae ATP sulfurylase: C‐terminal domain essential for oligomer formation but not for activity

Synthesis, purification and structural and functional characterization of recombinant form of a common genetic variant of human luteinizing hormone

Molecular analysis of a novel family of complex glycoinositolphosphoryl ceramides from Cryptococcus neoformans: structural differences between encapsulated and acapsular yeast forms

Purification and structural characterization of de-N-acetylated form of GD3 ganglioside present in human melanoma tumors

Chemical and structural characterization of interstrand cross-links formed between abasic sites and adenine residues in duplex DNA

New, extended hairpin form of the TAR-2 RNA domain points to the structural polymorphism at the 5′ end of the HIV-2 leader RNA

Structural analysis of slipped-strand DNA (S-DNA) formed in (CTG) n ·(CAG) n repeats from the myotonic dystrophy locus

 

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Forms in which the strengths and stiffnesses of construction materials are exploited to meet needs for spanning, enclosure, and support.

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