1 We estimated that 1% (95% confidence interval [CI], 0-2%) of

2 We estimated that 14.1% (95% confidence interval [CI], 6.3-21

3 We estimated that 2.5% of the Yazidi population was either ki

4 We estimated that 239 000 (95% uncertainty interval [UI] 194

5 We estimated that 25-70% of causal variants were located in o

6 We estimated that 291 243-645 832 seasonal influenza-associat

7 bortions that occurred worldwide each year between 2010-14,

we estimated that 30.6 million (54.9%, 90% uncertainty interv

8 We estimated that 39 000 (17%, 23 000-73 000) paediatric tube

9 We estimated that 5.6% of all incident cancers in 2012 were a

10 In 2015,

we estimated that 52% (95% credible intervals: 46%-58%) of HI

11 We estimated that 9-10% and 13-16% of the spawning habitat fo

12 Fitting mathematical models,

we estimated that a large fraction of infected cells dies thr

13 g the distributed slip model obtained by a linear solution,

we estimated that a peak slip of approximately 1.7 m occurred

14 We estimated that about 315 000 twins (uncertainty interval 2

15 For 92 countries,

we estimated that among children younger than 5 years, 9243-1

16 Using a cross-species experiment,

we estimated that approximately 2.2% of MARGI-identified inte

17 We estimated that asymptomatic carriers play a crucial role i

18 We estimated that every 287 surgical operations were associat

19 We estimated that globally in 2015, 33.1 million (uncertainty

20 We estimated that in 2015 there were 33.4 million (95% uncert

21 Using mass balances and estimates of P leaching losses,

we estimated that leaf litter could contribute 80% of winter

22 We estimated that local farmers may experience severe economi

23 We estimated that marsh sediments remove an average of 3.6 t

24 At the regional level,

we estimated that monitoring the microbial quality of all imp

25 y manipulating solar irradiance and nighttime air humidity,

we estimated that most of the litter CO2 efflux and decay occ

26 We estimated that no more than 0.47% of all 2014 Medicare Car

27 We estimated that only 20% of introductions in a naive host p

28 We estimated that our wild and cultivated grape samples diver

29 ual population with exposures held constant at 1980 levels,

we estimated that people born in 2050 would experience an app

30 We estimated that pneumococcal genomic variation accounted fo

31 We estimated that RSV is responsible for 12 primary care cons

32 We estimated that surveillance detected 26% (95% CI 18%-33%)

33 We estimated that SVs are causal at 3.5-6.8% of eQTLs-a subst

34 vailable studies with inclusion of multiple disease groups,

we estimated that the diagnostic sensitivity and specificity

35 Using re-sequenced whole genomic data,

we estimated that the effective population size at the time o

36 In 2843 subjects,

we estimated that the heritability of diabetic kidney disease

37 Moreover,

we estimated that the infection attack rates were 78.0% (95%

38 Using a phylogenomic approach,

we estimated that the majority of MDR-TB was due to the recen

39 Using the power of genome-wide variation,

we estimated that the maximum effective dispersal is 8.3 km.

40 We estimated that the most neonatal herpes cases occurred in

41 We estimated that the odds of graft thrombosis was 1.67 times

42 We estimated that the oseltamivir-resistant A H1N1 strain tha

43 Based on our extrapolation model,

we estimated that the PPV and NPV would remain >0.95 even at

44 As a result,

we estimated that the probability that El Faro encounters a r

45 We estimated that the total number of law-enforcement-related

46 We estimated that the under-5 mortality rate in PMI countries

47 We estimated that there were 319,400 (95% uncertainty interva

48 We estimated that there would be four human rabies deaths amo

49 However,

we estimated that treatment of cefixime-resistant strains wit

50 n 80-kg adult, and a recently proposed cancer slope factor,

we estimated that use of nitarsone by all turkey producers wo