1 T Food Policy Model and probabilistic sensitivity analyses,

we estimated and compared the reductions in CVD mortality and

2 We estimated annual mean county-level PM2.5 concentrations in

3 ting equations methods adapted for low-prevalence exposure,

we estimated approximately 2.5x10(6) SNPxPM10 interactions am

4 We estimated associations between neighborhood supermarket ga

5 We estimated associations of individual-level safety, aggrega

6 We estimated associations using polynomial terms in spatial e

7 By fitting a growth equation,

we estimated asymptotic growth, relative growth rate, the tim

8 l pressure swings (DeltaPes) and pressure time product, and

we estimated changes in lung volumes and ventilation homogene

9 We estimated DALYs for 195 countries divided into 21 world re

10 We estimated hazard ratios (HR) and 95% CIs with multivariate

11 We estimated hazard ratios (HRs) and 95% confidence intervals

12 ghting to adjust for baseline and time-varying confounders,

we estimated hazard ratios (HRs) of death and of AIDS-definin

13 Surprisingly, for example,

we estimated high average COI in a peri-urban subregion with

14 In a retrospective analysis,

we estimated hospital resource use and care costs for all pre

15 First,

we estimated hybridization rates and the direction of gene fl

16 We estimated incidence during the study period, in-hospital m

17 We estimated incidence, prevalence, and mortality of sepsis i

18 METHODS AND

We estimated local European ancestry (LEA) using Local Ancest

19 We estimated odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals (

20 We estimated panel-negative binomial models on a subset of be

21 We estimated rates of "absolute income mobility"-the fraction

22 Using dispersion modeling,

we estimated spatial variability in PM10 concentrations arisi

23 We estimated sulphur intake from food diaries, and validated

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

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

26 y manipulating solar irradiance and nighttime air humidity,

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

27 We estimated that our wild and cultivated grape samples diver

28 We estimated that pneumococcal genomic variation accounted fo

29 Moreover,

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

30 Based on our extrapolation model,

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

31 As a result,

we estimated that the probability that El Faro encounters a r

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

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

34 clinical sample of first-episode psychosis (FEP) patients,

we estimated the ability of PRSs to discriminate case-control

35 We estimated the accuracy of the margin status to predict occ

36 We estimated the association between bacillus Calmette-Guerin

37 We estimated the association of sibling MR with MR in Gen 2/G

38 We estimated the associations between gestational exposure to

39 We estimated the expected effects that changing from the cond

40 In this study,

we estimated the extent of caveolar deformation by measuring

41 To do so,

we estimated the genetic correlations between each pairwise c

42 were hired between 1938 and 1955 and followed through 1990,

we estimated the impacts of hypothetical workplace interventi

43 We estimated the incidence of acquired isoniazid and rifampic

44 We estimated the measurement floors for spectral-domain optic

45 We estimated the precision of participants' reports of which

46 We estimated the risk of death-censored graft loss and mortal

47 We estimated these contagion effects by combining daily globa

48 of total ganglion cells and eye size (35 mm, axial length),

we estimated upper limits of spatial resolving power of 8 cyc

49 Here,

we estimated visual cortical GABA levels and Glx (combined es

50 We estimated VTE attack (incident plus recurrent VTE) rates a