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COMBOSA3D: combining sequence alignments with three-dimensional structures

3D-PDR: a new three-dimensional astrochemistry code for treating photodissociation regions

The 3D shape dilemma: Refusal to register the three-dimensional shape of a loudspeaker

Probing the 2D kinematic structure of early-type galaxies out to three effective radii

Web-based Three-dimensional Virtual Body Structures: W3D-VBS

KNApSAcK-3D: A Three-Dimensional Structure Database of Plant Metabolites

Phospho3D: a database of three-dimensional structures of protein phosphorylation sites

Three-dimensional reconstruction of partially 3D-digitized peach tree canopies

Association between three functional polymorphisms of the dopamine D2 receptor gene and polydipsia in schizophrenia

TIPdb-3D: the three-dimensional structure database of phytochemicals from Taiwan indigenous plants

P218. Vitamin D status in IBD patients: a comparison of three different assays

The costs of AIDS to three manufacturing firms in Côte d'Ivoire

886 Three-dimensional (3D) echocardiography in evaluation of PDA before and after percutaneous closure

Integrated profiling of three dimensional cell culture models and 3D microscopy

Isolation of three distinct CycD3 genes expressed during fruit development in tomato

Prominent crista terminalis and Eustachian ridge in the right atrium: Two dimensional (2D) and three dimensional (3D) imaging

Three-dimensional resistivity tomography in extreme coastal terrain amidst dense cultural signals: application to cliff stability assessment at the historic D-Day site

 

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Three-v; occasionally, a three-dimensional image. Compare holovision, tri-D, trideo, tri-dim, tri-v, tri-vid. 1954 T. Godwin Cold Equations R. Silverberg SF Hall of Fame, Vol. I (1970) 563 I always thought ...

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