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Parallel content-based sub-image retrieval using hierarchical searching

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Towards a Rule-based Approach to Monetary Policy Evaluation in Sub-Saharan Africa

A sub-pathway-based approach for identifying drug response principal network

Planning community-based assessments of HIV educational intervention programs in sub-Saharan Africa

Empowerment in sexual health for Sub-Saharan migrants in Paris: results from a community-based study Anne Gosselin

Refugee Health and Wellbeing: Differences between Urban and Camp-Based Environments in Sub-Saharan Africa

Installing and Implementing a Computer-based Patient Record System in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Mosoriot Medical Record System

Edge-based scoring and searching method for identifying condition-responsive protein–protein interaction sub-network

MetaboNetworks, an interactive Matlab-based toolbox for creating, customizing and exploring sub-networks from KEGG

Edge-based scoring and searching method for identifying condition-responsive protein–protein interaction sub-network

Community-based antiretroviral therapy programs can overcome barriers to retention of patients and decongest health services in sub-Saharan Africa: a systematic review

Removing user fees for facility-based delivery services: a difference-in-differences evaluation from ten sub-Saharan African countries

Disruption of PARP1 function inhibits base excision repair of a sub-set of DNA lesions

SubSeqer: a graph-based approach for the detection and identification of repetitive elements in low-complexity sequences

 

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Lowest part of a base set under the base proper in Gothic architecture, e.g. piers.

Subjects: Architecture.


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