1 much as half of the glacial-interglacial CO2 change.
2 and respond to the health impacts of climate change.
3 structure, local climates and microclimates change.
4 polymyxin E (PE) and PB via pH-induced color change.
5 on, changes in parallel with transcriptional changes.
6 inding (84%), and neuroimaging without acute changes (82%).
7 descending paralysis (93%), no mental status change (91%), at least 1 ocular weakness finding (84%),
8 e consider psychological research on climate change - a quintessential intertemporal problem that imp
9 ver, other global changes-especially climate change and elevated atmospheric carbon dioxide concentra
10 task gait cost was defined as the percentage change between single- and dual-task gait velocities: ([
11 Amid the changing demographics of the US population and the risin
12 disease when their abundances and activities change due to alterations in the environment or in the h
13 However, other global changes-especially climate change and elevated atmospher
14 st that ubiquitous unreliability of synaptic changes evinces metaplasticity that can provide a robust
15 =0.010) difference between the two groups in change from baseline in total cholesterol to HDL-cholest
16 Land-cover change from energy development, including solar energy,
17 RNase E/enolase distribution changes from membrane-associated patterns under aerobic
18 the majority of compounds had no systematic change in concentrations during equipment installation,
19 d in space and how their relative velocities change in various chemical contexts.
20 polymerase activity and identify significant changes in activity between experiments.
21 ns can recruit brain reward systems to drive changes in affiliative behaviour.
22 reduction in SK channel expression, but not changes in Ca(2+) -mediated activation of SK channels, c
23 resenting in vivo with extremely low or high changes in cardiac repolarization in response to a pharm
24 levels of pathway activation, the signaling changes in developing tissues remain largely unknown.
25 Here we report on the extensive changes in distribution of mRNAs in the cell body and ax
26 ificant, coherent and non-cell line specific changes in fatty acids, glycerophospholipids and carbohy
27 rns (drifting or inverting gratings) without changes in irradiance.
28 er various external conditions as well as to changes in network parameters arising from learning-depe
29 H2A.Z occupancy, but not distribution, changes in parallel with transcriptional changes.
30 ve proteomics to characterize Hat1-dependent changes in the composition of nascent chromatin structur
31 Specific ion binding to such sites induces changes in the filter conformation, which play a key rol
32 to anaerobic metabolism is brought about by changes in the levels of expression of relatively few ge
33 ients to healthy children, we establish that changes in the microstructure of the optic radiations an
34 the effect of space is equivalent to making changes in the payoff matrix, and once this is done, the
35 women in England in view of differences and changes in vaccination and screening uptake by ethnicity
36 nucleus accumbens is central to age-related changes in voluntary running.
37 The metabolic etiology of her lens changes is known, whereas the pathogenesis of ONHD is no
38 formation processing-suggesting that similar changes may critically, and more broadly, underlie the n
39 retinography results; and retinal structural changes observed on clinical funduscopy as well as by ps
40 he population-weighted median annual rate of change of catastrophic payment incidence was positive wh
41 nano-ablation, we assess the spatiotemporal changes of actomyosin-dependent force and stiffness alon
42 between England and Wales and Scotland, and changes over time in Scotland.
43 Immunosenescence is a series of age-related changes that affect the immune system and, with time, le
44 e of the metal ligand cooperative reactions, changing the energetics of the process when different de
45 n to this trio of temperature, oxygen and pH changes through heterotrophic plasticity.
46 of betaLG, BSA, and lysozyme, while alphaLA changed to its NIS-bound state instead of the native sta
47 Integrins undergo large-scale conformational changes upon activation.
48 S measurements, revealing dynamic structural changes upon iron binding and core formation, as reflect
49 Without change, we estimate that the population of sub-Saharan A
50 ications and a dynamic view of RNA structure changes with increased numbers of 2-5-linkages in the sa
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