1 trategies for vector control, and biomedical research.
2 f differentially methylated genes for cancer research.
3 or their induction remain an intense area of research.
4 ddress long standing questions in biomedical research.
5 ion and further development in education and research.
6 ge and procedures are being used in clinical research.
7 f each publication on its respective area of research.
8 at have been invaluable in the clinic and in research.
9 ository of genome, health and trait data for research.
10 emistry in the context of current biomedical research.
11 tions in tumor-targeted drug delivery system research.
12 ical implications of this promising field of research.
13 se agents have potential in membrane protein research.
14 nd what their potential is for use for their research.
15 o research assessment and the advancement of research.
16 rowing importance in fundamental and applied research.
17 ritical in geomicrobiology and environmental research.
18 public, and its exact form is the subject of research.
19 e have been used predominantly in biomedical research.
20 lore TEK's relevance to environmental health research.
21 contemporary nanophotonics and metamaterials research.
22 aking a direct link between human and animal research.
23 ilitate entry in cells is an area of intense research.
24 s could range from biophotonics to materials research.
25 ealize these spin units is an active area of research.
26 both agricultural production and biomedical research.
27 nsively applied in biological and biomedical research.
28 to the commercial ImmunoCAP ISAC in allergy research.
29 settings, and presents directions for future research.
30 ents will improve the reliability of in vivo research.
31 rganoid systems for their future use in ZIKV research.
32 to UK and international policy, practice and research.
33 ce gene flow, genome properties, and lack of research.
34 edge gaps, and suggest priorities for future research.
35 We generate several hypotheses for future research.
36 a critical role in bioscience and biomedical research.
37 nd proposed and prioritized areas for future research.
38 xperts in different fields of cardiovascular research.
39 ibe an important phenomenon in global change research.
40 s thus far been largely overlooked in memory research.
41 considerations in PRO assessment in clinical research.
42 suggesting interesting directions for future research.
43 synergy has proven challenging to scientific research.
44 ese tumors and highlights ongoing and future research.
45 l incidence, STIs remain a neglected area of research.
46 erve as a valuable resource for intelligence research.
47 t had shown in the past both in teaching and research.
48 cially in domains such as cancer and systems research.
49 uestions that need to be addressed in future research.
50 tures have remained challenges in biological research.
51 rganoid techniques could be applied to aging research.
52 d their work on new developments in podocyte research.
53 trong evidence and a requirement for further research.
54 us, a major focus of thermophysical property research.
55 put technologies have revolutionized medical research.
56 ications in industry and also for scientific research.
57 A recent study provides guidance for future research.
58 thus offering new applications in biomedical research.
59 tools, can be determined solely by accuracy research.
60 h for novel and effective drugs in antiviral research.
61 vant to fundamental cell biology and medical research.
62 emerging therapies and future directions for research.
63 also allowing for validation of disseminated research.
64 oad consent and wide data sharing in biobank research.
65 biotic choices, and suggest areas for future research.
66 f tumor biology can advance health disparity research.
67 verview of data sources available for wealth research.
68 es, and the divide between clinical care and research.
69 riants in BRCA1) identified in the course of research.
70 including climbing tall trees for her canopy research.
71 ision medicine strategies in transplantation research.
72 for therapeutic applications and biomedical research.
73 l of which are growing domains of ecological research.
74 to date with the pace of publication of new research.
75 in nutritional, medical, and cell-biological research.
76 id state chemistry, biochemistry and medical research.
77 y offering a promising venue for orphan drug research.
78 s (ILCs) has opened entirely new avenues for research.
79 on, and can impact on both clinical care and research.
80 ide variant data most relevant to biological research.
81 ortunities and challenges for dermatological research.
82 d offer suggestions for its use in psoriasis research.
83 ns of dollars annually to support biomedical research.
84 new and substantiate findings from existing research.
85 ernative to PET analysis in preclinical drug research.
86 cost estimates in comparative effectiveness research.
87 der applications in Nav-related neuroscience research.
88 onents of experimental designs in biomedical research.
89 del might fill a vital niche in preeclampsia research.
90 ted in Parkinson's disease and schizophrenia research.
91 recognized leaders in basic and clinical FBD research.
92 ial directions for future pathophysiological research.
93 contributions to the field of kidney cancer research.
94 are molecules of growing interest in cancer research.
95 are of a great interest to the 2D materials research.
96 is crucial to contemporary clinical genetic research.
97 made, and offers some directions for future research.
98 els would be of great value in translational research.
99 an important topic in the field of materials research.
100 re needed to further behavioral intervention research.
101 wastewater continues to be an active area of research.
102 I-MRM-MS) are more commonly used in clinical research.
103 this area suitable for cancer care delivery research.
104 le for clinical practice and epidemiological research.
105 ificant efforts are being invested in cancer research.
106 gn of efficient probe sequences for genomics research.
107 of mood disorders is an important target for research.
108 l as distribution modeling and global change research.
109 e to improved patient care and inform future research.
110 g applications has revolutionized biomedical research.
111 pporting drug discovery and chemical biology research.
112 ealthy volunteers are crucial for biomedical research.
113 enges associated with the review of disaster research.
114 ootball players who donated their brains for research, a high proportion had neuropathological eviden
115 More research about exposures in schools, childcare facilitie
116 velopmental, comparative, and cross-cultural research about human cooperation.
117 More research about the interaction of diabetes and infection
118 olars, pundits, and elected officials alike, research across the social sciences repeatedly concludes
119 latform can be broadly applied to biological research, across the spectrum of molecular biology to ce
120 nization graphing to depict the portfolio of research activities and a Poisson model to examine trend
121 sumptions in thermodynamics and to engage in research activities early in their scientific career.
122 However, gaps exist in behavioral research addressing all points of the skin cancer contro
123 Findings from this research adds two new species, Ca.
124 black women to fully benefit from prevention research advances and decrease racial disparities in HIV
125 heterogeneity in MCII's effectiveness, this research advances theory on self-regulation and illumina
126 to healthcare to inform discussion on future research agendas.
127 esearch priorities for Mycoplasma genitalium research agreed upon by the participants in a 2016 Natio
128 nces in computational modeling and empirical research aimed at addressing these questions at the leve
129 Despite a central line of research aimed at quantifying relationships between mati
130 The present research aimed to evaluate the use of spent coffee groun
131 This research aims to clarify the interactions that occur in
132 As a result, much preclinical alcohol research aims to identify relevant CeA neuroadaptions th
133 Thus refocused, epigenetics research aligns with the field of functional genomics to
134 Research also indicates an association between maternal
135 at confront academic surgeons pursuing basic research and a perception that success in basic science
136 s are increasingly commonplace in biomedical research and add layers of complexity to experimental de
137 ure development both by directing laboratory research and allowing for incorporation of further compo
138 sed recognition as important tools in cancer research and anticancer drug development.
139 rstanding of the current stage of BP genetic research and assist further studies in the field.
140 f more potent biological delivery agents for research and biomedical applications.
141 g single platelet forces are desired in both research and clinical applications.
142 w drug delivery systems are highly needed in research and clinical area to effectively treat gliomas
143 ther in the clinic or currently under active research and clinical development, with particular empha
144 acy and reliability of retinal diagnosis for research and clinical practice in ophthalmology.
145 tification play critical roles in both basic research and clinical practice.
146 late human neuroplasticity have increased in research and clinical settings.
147 ce applications of cell mechanotype in basic research and clinical settings.
148 has been limited and variable, thus impeding research and clinical studies.
149 ility of ASOs, we anticipate ongoing in vivo research and clinical trial development of ASOs for the
150 measurements of sample series, with academic research and clinical, environmental, pharmaceutical, or
151 dentified two high priority areas for future research and conservation efforts: the continental shelf
152 understood, which greatly hampers practical research and conservation work.
153 North American AIDS Cohort Collaboration on Research and Design and the general population using dat
154 brief account of the status of therapeutics research and development for dengue.
155 idelines are presented to facilitate further research and development of more optimized CEP systems.
156 ity of X. laevis as a subject for biological research and disease modeling.
157 es, offering untapped opportunities for both research and education purposes.
158 uality using the Appraisal of Guidelines for Research and Evaluation, 2nd edition (AGREE II), instrum
159 tion, have been globally used in basic plant research and genetically engineered crops (1-4) .
160 expand each other and identify gaps between research and heuristic knowledge.
161 l provide an overview of continuing relevant research and highlight different approaches towards deve
162 stication and provides resources for spinach research and improvement.
163 ivity of this enzyme is useful both in basic research and in clinical applications involving this pat
164 affects the way PET is used both in clinical research and in patient care.
165 tions for various applications in biological research and industrial processes.
166 p overcome the correlation era in microbiome research and lead to a rational evaluation of clinical s
167 these keystones should be incorporated into research and management plans.
168 nthesis has fundamentally altered biological research and medical practice.
169 ith its multidecade experience in supporting research and policy efforts in human genomics, the Natio
170 tterns of emissions for the purposes of both research and policy.
171 highly desired and important for fundamental research and potential applications.
172 Cassel's assessment of the research and practice implications of his conclusions ha
173 astration-resistant prostate cancer clinical research and practice.
174 enhancing factors for applications in genome research and precision medicine.
175 ng nearly US$2 billion of funding for cancer research and precision medicine.
176 ir rigor and usefulness for global nutrition research and programs.
177 l deepen our understanding, open avenues for research and provide an important reference for diagnosi
178 widely applied in biochemical and biomedical research and provide insights into elucidating glycoprot
179 Using research and QI projects allowed diverse findings to exp
180 MEPS), provided by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) for 2010 to calculate the ho
181 nstitute of Health and Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality funded a two-state collaborative to
182 or have been, on the global market, yet most research and regulation continues to focus on a limited
183 xicity, and discuss the future directions of research and reporting that are needed to diminish it.
184 patient-reported outcomes (PRO) in clinical research and routine care.
185 o the American Society of Retina Specialists Research and Safety in Therapeutics (ASRS ReST) Committe
186 es to gauge the ability of its participating research and service groups to analyze typical genome-wi
187 ion and in agricultural origin and dispersal research and should be increasingly applied to these iss
188 teractions, with implications for microbiome research and synthetic ecology.
189 We conclude with recommendations for research and systems of care to address syndemics in low
190 spects of childhood brain tumors in both the research and the clinical setting.
191 ustrates how they are being used in clinical research and the potential for their use in clinical car
192 ealth surveillance in relation to scientific research and the protection of human subjects, and its i
193 er-represented individuals in human genomics research and the striking gaps in attaining that inclusi
194 exes have successfully been used in clinical research and their mechanisms of anticancer action have
195 d-targeting tools, with uses reaching beyond research and therapeutic development into the precision
196 need to consider nucCD24 in both fundamental research and therapeutic development.
197 tant process for manipulating live cells for research and therapeutic purposes.
198 may provide important insights into diabetes research and therapeutic treatments.
199 the present and future progress of tinnitus research and treatment and what is needed for the field
200 y and use it to better inform PM health risk research and vice versa.
201 odel produced by the NOAA Center for Tsunami Research and we observe variations in TEC that correlate
202 h the latest developments in natural product research and will further facilitate computational genom
203 s with SGCE mutations for myoclonus-dystonia research and, in more general terms, prompts the use of
204 5-10 years in the domains of clinical care, research, and advocacy and to create an action plan and
205 w widely employed in basic and translational research, and increasingly is also used privately in spo
206 d experts in immunology, human translational research, and positron emission tomographic vascular ima
207 ades of patient care, clinical investigative research, and surgical education.
208 Methods ASCO, Friends of Cancer Research, and the US Food and Drug Administration examin
209 waveform data for clinical and translational research, and will advance the study and management of c
210 The institutional subcommittee for research animal care approved all in vivo procedures.
211 ical stimulation has widespread clinical and research applications, yet its effect on ongoing neural
212 ifferent antibiotics could have clinical and research applications.
213 This research applies a consumptive water use analysis, inspi
214 arch Checklist and Paterson et al.'s Primary Research Appraisal Tool).
215 We review here some of the research approaches taken by the medical entomology team
216 nts underlying disease resistance is a major research area in maize which is highly relevant for resi
217 This review will cover a research area whose impact in current organic synthesis
218 ighlight challenges related to this emerging research area.
219 matics tools that are dedicated to different research areas of RNA biology including RNA structure an
220 led to its wider adoption across a range of research areas.
221 The research article describes the development of field base
222 most patents (61%) link backward to a prior research article.
223 We find that most cited research articles (80%) link forward to a future patent.
224 descriptive analysis of a sample of primary research articles published in three high-impact nursing
225 Here, we present a summary of the nine research articles selected from ICIBM 2016 program for p
226 Only original research articles with a primary focus on abdominal radi
227 All review articles, case reports, original research articles, and any other articles relevant to BI
228 ify virtually all human brain and behavioral research as clinical trials.
229 we discuss the current status of microbiome research as it relates to understanding obesity from the
230 a collection and analysis during qualitative research as part of a larger project on trauma quality i
231 represent a promising tool for translational research as they may allow modeling and therapy of human
232 disruptive influences on academic pathology research as we know it, straining limited resources and
233 ty in vivo could have a high impact in basic research as well as in clinical applications.
234 es is needed in order to better inform basic research as well as the general public, regulators, and
235 e can have broad utility in membrane protein research, as it can be applied to different membrane pro
236 Much prior research asks how intent information is represented neur
237 o ensure a fair and meritocratic approach to research assessment and the advancement of research.
238 and number of children as fixed effects and research assistant as a random effect.
239 The personal letter was generated by a research assistant, but the remainder of the research te
240 Participants, carers, and research assistants who collected outcome data were awar
241 ants and evaluated by 2 independent, trained research assistants who were blinded to the test results
242 Diarrhea is the major cause of non-research-associated morbidity and mortality affecting th
243 Recent research at the genetic, biochemical, and chemical level
244 ancing manufacturing, biology, and chemistry research at the microscale.
245 Given this research attention and the clinical significance of the
246 ultifunctional protein and has elicited much research attention because its decreased protein level h
247 pulations, a factor that has received little research attention in recent years, despite its rapidly
248 s of differentiated cell types and opens new research avenues into epithelial trafficking.
249 These findings could open new research avenues to help design chronopharmacological st
250 l Sciences (NIGMS) Maximizing Investigators' Research Award (MIRA) program to reward senior PIs with
251 NA detection has been a topic of significant research because of the utility of such assays in resour
252 opment is of high interest for plant science research because of their importance for leaf growth and
253 n of limited research resources, to maximise research benefit, and to help minimise research waste.
254 tainment, lower religiosity, perceiving more research benefits, fewer concerns, and fewer information
255 gy as well as to those applications in basic research, biotechnology and synthetic biology that invol
256 some of the remarkable advancements in basic research, biotechnology, and therapeutics science that t
257 ndance of data has greatly facilitated maize research, but may not be amenable to traditional analysi
258 ion is a topic of enormous interest and much research, but we are far from having an agreed taxonomy
259 opmental biology as well as in translational research, but whether organoids can truly live up to thi
260 k-oriented communities of interest in cancer research by adapting methods from academic publishing an
261 in promoting a new way of approaching animal research by adopting the SEARCH framework.
262 This study builds on the prior research by examining the optimal number of periprosthet
263 We aimed to build on this research by exploring the relationship between depressed
264 of the phenotype confirmation process, CCSC research can be extremely challenging.
265 alue of cognitive assessments in psychiatric research can be substantially increased by also evaluati
266 This research can help practitioners to identify where govern
267 includes the sections: Basic & Translational Research, Cardiac Failure, Cardiomyopathies/Myocardial &
268 iscussed during the second Telluride Science Research Center workshop organized in June 2016.
269 study at an outpatient academic clinical and research center, the Department of Child and Adolescent
270 tal clinics, general practices, and clinical research centers) in 14 countries conducted between Dece
271 ed channel flows have been developed in many research centers, studies on jets interacting with veget
272 utadiene (HCBD) was carried out at the Joint Research Centre (JRC) of the European Commission.
273 The continuing research challenge is to improve prediction of future di
274 of both communities, outline the underlying research challenges, and suggest directions to advance t
275 tical Appraisal Skills Programme Qualitative Research Checklist and Paterson et al.'s Primary Researc
276 y studies (University of Washington Virology Research Clinic) and HIV prevention trials (HIV Preventi
277 gh Specialized Center of Clinically Oriented Research cohort.
278 gh Specialized Center of Clinically Oriented Research cohort.
279 hange is an international, multidisciplinary research collaboration between academic institutions and
280 Global scale brain research collaborations such as the ENIGMA (Enhancing Ne
281 Four principal research communities emerged: epidemiology, quality impr
282 IA and provides useful genetic resources for research communities particularly in understanding JIA e
283 esource for the digital pathology and cancer research communities.
284 nd three challenges to the pancreatic cancer research community as it moves toward to the goal of ext
285 ort DNF as a valuable resource to the cancer research community by providing new hypotheses on compou
286 evident, placing substantial burdens on the research community to keep pace.
287 CeNDR provides the research community with wild strains, genome-wide sequen
288 data are not easily accessible to the plant research community, leaving most of the valuable genetic
289 mic resources available to the mental health research community.
290 uencing based inquiries by the Dictyostelium research community.
291 atient population, and consultation with the research community.
292 has evoked enormous concern among the global research community.
293 e discuss new insights from patient-oriented research completed during the west Africa epidemic, iden
294 e describe speculative ideas and early stage research concerning the flow of genetic information from
295 nd RNA Virus Symposium (PSR), and the Gordon Research Conference on Viruses & Cells (GRC).
296 verse events are defined with Valve Academic Research Consortium 2 criteria and adjudicated by an ind
297 implantation using the Mitral Valve Academic Research Consortium definitions.
298 The PVL Academic Research Consortium met to review evidence and make reco
299 The current PVL Academic Research Consortium provides recommendations for assessm
300 ted safety endpoints based on Valve Academic Research Consortium-2 definitions.
301 Valve Academic Research Consortium-2 early safety end point at 30 days
302 ences on issues critical for researchers and research consumers to understand.
303 Research continues to identify novel therapies, in parti
304 rrogate measure of the quality of individual research contributions, or for hiring, promotion, or fun
305 epartment of Health's Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System and census population estima
306 The New York Statewide Planning and Research Cooperative System inpatient database was queri
307 The discovery in this research could inspire scientists' interests in starting
308 V technologies are adapted from the National Research Council (2013) optimistic case.
309 and fluorouracil chemotherapy in the Medical Research Council Adjuvant Gastric Infusional Chemotherap
310 rs; 53% boys [n = 1660]) in the 1946 Medical Research Council National Survey of Health and Developme
311 Funding Sources: National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia and BUPA Health Foundation.
312 Access to primary research data is vital for the advancement of science.
313 After decades of research, data suggest that visual fixations are more cr
314 he HPO project since the debut Nucleic Acids Research database article in 2014, including specific ar
315 dy used the Taiwan National Health Insurance Research Database as its data source.
316 gan Sharing/Standard Transplant Analysis and Research database identified 12,958 patients listed for
317 Using the "National Health Insurance Research Database" in Taiwan, a total of 352,656 AF and
318 y using the Taiwan National Health Insurance Research Database, we analyzed data from 14,715 patients
319 2013 in the Taiwan National Health Insurance Research Database.
320 998 through 2014 using the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD) and linked to Hospital Episode
321 derived from the UK-based Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD).
322 In the field of biomedical research, deconvolution analysis is applied to obtain si
323 Previously, our research demonstrated that dietary Enterococcus Faecalis
324 Qualitative research demonstrated that patients often considered the
325 Our research demonstrates the exciting potential of this nov
326 This research demonstrates the multiregional applicability of
327 tudy findings are consistent with much prior research demonstrating that smokers have impaired inflam
328 , we review the extant literature and recent research describing genetic modifiers to risk for the mo
329 n affinity reagents are widely used in basic research, diagnostics and separations and for clinical a
330 scussed data highlight the importance of the research direction defined as "Ioliomics", studies of io
331 tify drug-target interactions, opening a new research direction in target identification.
332 this fundamental strategy and propose future research directions for understanding and harnessing the
333 Our emphasis is on future research directions linking spectral fluorescence to pho
334 terize or validate models, and indicates key research directions needed to reconcile alternative meas
335 tches, and replacements, and identify future research directions that can contribute to a more compre
336 king group review and a summary of suggested research directions to advance this field in the next de
337 These data will help to prioritize future research directions.
338 gal metabolism, has implications for diverse research disciplines ranging from plant pathology and fo
339 This research discusses the influence of DOC from different s
340 e in vitro models for mechanistic biological research, disease modelling, therapeutic target identifi
341 Despite research documenting an association between patient-prov
342 New research documents this process in a bacterial system.
343 y questions were generated for each of three research domains: (1) target population to study; (2) ad
344 Here we assimilate the research done and assess the techniques used to determin
345 asingly deployed in preclinical and clinical research due to its rapid and accurate readouts.
346 to revolutionize and democratize scientific research, education, and outreach.
347 intingly, despite more than three decades of research effort, clinically effective anti-RAS therapies
348 Despite increased research effort, much remains unknown about these phenom
349 To date, significant research efforts are underway to understand the spread a
350 We discuss the need for additional research efforts beyond standard biodiversity monitoring
351 Podocytes are becoming a primary focus of research efforts due to their association with progressi
352 ogical conditions and there have been active research efforts to develop high-throughput platforms to
353 An emphasis is placed on describing research efforts to overcome the inherent weaknesses of
354 during muscle regeneration could help inform research efforts to treat muscle diseases or improve mus
355 gn considerations as well as gaps in current research efforts will be identified.
356 e opportunities for more targeted functional research efforts.
357 etabolomics, and transcriptomics into future research efforts; and build molecular annotations of net
358 e entered electronically by 10 centers via a Research Electronic Data Capture database.
359 Although extensive research endeavors are pursued to target ideal molecular
360 In an innovative research enterprise, selection of results for further ev
361 itiative for enhancing trust in the clinical research enterprise.
362 In an international research environment, accurate communication is vital.
363 Emerging research establishes a role for specialized signalling f
364 Despite a decade of research establishing a strong association between the g
365 ials and Methods The study was approved by a research ethics committee, and participants gave written
366 case-control study was approved by the local research ethics committee.
367 oration of Observational HIV Epidemiological Research Europe (COHERE).
368 t Information Consortium, and the Journal of Research Evaluation from inception until May 2017 for pu
369 these reviews to provide an overview of the research evidence for nurses' contributions to healthcar
370 implementation interventions that translate research evidence into clinical practice.
371 mates of this ILUC factor, there has been no research examining the economic effects and additional c
372 We foresee a surge in research examining these mechanisms and recommend, meanw
373 /Mayo Clinic Lymphoma Specialized Program of Research Excellence).
374 Recent research exemplifies the repertoire of regulatory strate
375 Despite decades of research, existing clustering algorithms have limited ef
376 One of the fundamental challenges of this research field is the broad lack of available lead struc
377 This makes for a rich research field spanning from biochemistry and cell biolo
378 his review surveys the current status of the research field, what kinds of new scientific problems ca
379 interest of scientists working in different research fields such as chemistry, physics, or materials
380 ssing strategies may be transferred to other research fields where sample comparisons are conducted.
381 most current basic science and translational research findings on several of the most catastrophic fo
382 oth the reproducibility and accessibility of research findings.
383 alkaline phosphatase (AP) has been the major research focus as a facilitating mechanism.
384 ics and has thus been the subject of intense research focus for more than 50 years.
385 Increasing research focus on CND will likely transform our perspect
386 In addition, the intense research focus on these species has spawned an unprecede
387 Extensive prior research focused on somatic copy-number alterations (SCN
388 s epidemic, and there is a pressing need for research focused on understanding and, ultimately, halti
389 This research focuses on a novel method of ARD treatment, mem
390 A nascent area of research focuses on the utility of epigenetic marks in c
391 patients enrolled in the Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) study, a large study o
392 The Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health study was conducted across 7 d
393 The current state of pharmacology research for CUD highlights the need to consider particu
394 FDG and (18)F-NaF-have been used in clinical research for imaging coronary artery plaque, and ongoing
395 phagocytosis and other host defenses in the research for, and the design of, antibiotic treatment re
396 This research formed part of a European project (7th Framewor
397 In 1965, the Sugar Research Foundation (SRF) secretly funded a review in th
398 Biological research frequently involves the study of phenotyping da
399 Herein, we provide an updated review on research, from both scientific literatures and patents,
400 power of multidisciplinary curiosity-driven research, from the hospital to the field and the laborat
401 Research funding data related to malaria for 1997-2013 w
402 pulmonary graft dysfunction (PGD) remains a research gap for clinicians.
403 Finally, we highlight important research gaps and the relevance and applicability of ong
404 an in-person meeting, evidence was reviewed, research gaps were identified, and key questions were ge
405 on to Prevent Skin Cancer broadly identified research gaps, but specific objectives are needed to fur
406 tions in humanitarian crises to identify key research gaps.
407 sm in developmental biology and regeneration research, genetic techniques enabling conditional analys
408 alysis of pathway knowledge to support basic research, genome analysis, modelling, systems biology an
409 is, and that the most productive avenues for research going forward may be investigations into GAS in
410 ed in urine of seronegative individuals in a research-grade assay.
411 ining set samples (n = 158) were tested with research-grade reagents and 122 independent validation s
412 o Early Treatment Diabetic Retinopathy Study Research Group - report no.
413 Previous studies performed by our research group have reported high inhibitory activity an
414 kernel attributes is being used by multiple research groups as an automated Web service running on c
415 n 1, 1995, and Oct 31, 2015, through leading research groups for child pneumonia identified through a
416 With so many research groups generating their own data, the ability t
417 ccess to non-expert computer users and small research groups to a scalable storage option and simple
418 sters team science by allowing collaborating research groups to easily store, interact with, layout a
419 problem is especially significant for small research groups working with non-model species.
420 me-wide datasets being generated by H3Africa research groups.
421 Recently, research has asserted the potential of Sanga breeds for
422 thy, psychotherapy), but surprisingly little research has been aimed at identifying the effect of the
423 Traditionally, biobutanol research has been centered solely on its generation from
424 l role in climate projections; however, less research has been devoted to the DCC.
425 A lot of research has been devoted to this domain in order to lin
426 Recent research has been directed towards the potential associa
427 We highlight that little research has been done on how to improve identification
428 Research has been hampered by limited human sarcoma cell
429 Although research has been performed since the first case was rep
430 y for cumulative cultural evolution, and new research has begun to probe the key psychological attrib
431 Imaging genetics and genomics research has begun to provide insight into the molecular
432 New research has demonstrated a causal association between t
433 Previous research has demonstrated associations of PTSD with infl
434 Recent research has demonstrated that herbarium specimens can p
435 Research has demonstrated that individuals with attentio
436 Sociocognitive research has demonstrated that power affects how people
437 Recent research has established the bronchodilatory effect of b
438 Now that a substantial body of research has established the existence of these patterns
439 Until recently, research has focused almost entirely on crystalline stru
440 Although research has focused on the identification of genetic ab
441 Research has found cannabis with high concentrations of
442 bituation of wild great apes for tourism and research has had a significant positive effect on the co
443 Recent research has highlighted the potential beneficial effect
444 Recent research has identified the presence of circulating IFX-
445 use disease are not well defined, but recent research has indicated that secreted proteins may play a
446 Recent research has linked age-related hearing loss to impaired
447 However, due to technical constraints, root research has long been stuck in its infancy.
448 Previous research has looked for simple geometric rules describin
449 Psychiatric research has mostly accepted these denotations of TSPO,
450 Merging iPSC models and human genetic research has opened up new avenues in understanding dise
451 ing sufficient reproducibility in microbiome research has proven challenging.
452 While previous research has provided varying estimates of this ILUC fac
453 Limited research has quantified the genetic consequences of asso
454 Ethological research has recently shown that macaques and wild verve
455 Although previous research has reported an increased risk of skin cancer i
456 A growing body of research has revealed that these face-based social attri
457 Recent research has shown that miRNA-based regulation of the tu
458 However, previous research has shown that some species can perform a secon
459 Preclinical research has shown that the gastrointestinal microbiota
460 Current research has shown that the genomic and transcriptomic c
461 Former research has shown that this can lead to specific impair
462 Research has suggested that tactile judgment of speed is
463 (BPA) are endocrine disruptors, and previous research has suggested that these chemical agents may di
464 face perception and social memory, no prior research has tested the relationship between individual
465 Over the last 2 decades, research has unequivocally shown that psoriasis represen
466 genome sequence data and functional genomics research has ushered in the discovery of aberrations in
467 ogical limitations in obesity and microbiome research have made it difficult to establish causality i
468 SIGNIFICANCE STATEMENT: Decades of research have provided evidence that the ventromedial pr
469 This research helps shed light on the movement of populations
470 sistance to bile salts and build on previous research highlighting induced virulence in Shigella flex
471 Emerging research highlights the complex interrelationships betwe
472 Our research highlights the importance of integrating inform
473 r childhood cancer at the St Jude Children's Research Hospital who survived 10 years or longer from i
474 Recent research, however, shows that people's psychological cha
475 The research hypotheses were tested in three subsamples with
476 This research identifies contaminants of concern in urban wet
477 Here, we examine decades of research identifying the complex immunometabolic signali
478 lity makes it a good target for gene-hunting research; (ii) some genes will be specific to spatial ab
479 ogical frameworks used to measure healthcare research impact and to summarise the common themes and m
480 The measurement of research impact is an essential exercise to help direct
481 hat presented a methodological framework for research impact.
482 These findings extend previous research implicating the default mode network and dopami
483 -beta (Abeta) continues to dominate clinical research in AD, a deeper understanding of Abeta physiolo
484 onsumption in the large Genetic Epidemiology Research in Adult Health and Aging (GERA) cohort, in fou
485 Prior cross-sectional research in adults has shown that anhedonia is associate
486 Intense research in advancing extraction methods to enhance prod
487 metabolic traits, we show that while genomic research in African ancestry populations is still in ear
488 Neuroprosthetics research in amputee patients aims at developing new pros
489 area and to survey the state of open-source research in analytical chemistry.
490 16 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for research in autophagy.
491 themes that may be key for advancing future research in both fields.
492 view from sign linguistics and developmental research in cognition presented by Goldin-Meadow & Brent
493 Research in cognitive science suggests that school achie
494 The Sustainable East Africa Research in Community Health (SEARCH) study is a cluster
495 Consequently, recent research in drylands has focused on abiotic mechanisms,
496 ent as part of methods in cost-effectiveness research in existing published studies has been limited.
497 Implications are considered for research in fields such as mechanistic synthetic chemist
498 Skin microbiome research in healthy individuals and patients with dermat
499 f benefit from imaging-based early detection research in high-germline risk for pancreatic neoplasia,
500 imaging has greatly facilitated neuroscience research in high-throughput data acquisition.
501 sis, thus enabling innovative bioinformatics research in immunology.
502 anisms involved have been the major focus of research in individual vaccine development.
503 Developing research in infectious and tropical diseases in Africa i
504 microbes of veterinary species is a field of research in its infancy.
505 as well as to identify the need for further research in low-income regions.
506 opportunities in clinical and translational research in metastatic breast cancer.
507 development of our technique can benefit the research in multiple areas, including the microenvironme
508 ntra-host diversity, enabling not just basic research in personalized medicine but also accurate diag
509 ne, via nitric oxide synthase (NOS) enzymes, research in recent years has established that significan
510 verview of the recent advances in microbiome research in relation to neuro(auto)immune and neurodegen
511 rs (proximal outcome) and citations of NTP's research in scientific publications, reports, congressio
512 Building on research in social psychology, we develop a mathematical
513 the CAPRISA (Centre for the AIDS Program of Research in South Africa) 004 trial.
514 the trends of investments in malaria-related research in sub-Saharan Africa and compare investment wi
515 nefit from deeper involvement in engineering research in the area of health.
516 Previous research in the audiovisual field has investigated vario
517 In this Review, we highlight the foremost research in the development of electrolytes and cathodes
518 Further research in the field is required to corroborate our stu
519 Subsequent research in the Indian Ocean basin has identified prehis
520 amage to the bonded interface have dominated research in the past 20 y, with many "low-shrinkage" com
521 diting tool which has revolutionized genetic research in the past few years.
522 es, increasing the options for translational research in the vector control field.
523 We review recent research in these directions, which demonstrate that 2D
524 An outlook to the future of research in this area is highlighted as well.
525 Research in this area requires developing novel techniqu
526 Here, we identify priorities for research in this area: (1) develop model host-microbiome
527 Research in this domain has rapidly grown in the last tw
528 es with organometallic guests and update the research in this field from the past decade.
529 eoretical tools that complement experimental research in this field, we will concentrate on the appli
530 ng, considerably limiting the advancement of research in this field.
531 onfronting surgeons performing basic science research in today's academic surgery environment.
532 Translational research in trials combining Vitamin D and aspirin have
533 Recent research includes both the development of new materials
534 tion of QIP would transform diverse areas of research including accurate simulation of quantum dynami
535 election.SIGNIFICANCE STATEMENT Contemporary research indicates that the alpha-beta frequency band un
536 Leaders of research infrastructures (RIs) in Europe who are scienti
537 reatment, pregnant women remain neglected by research initiatives.
538 in human genomics, the National Human Genome Research Institute is committed to establishing foundati
539 etina Group, Baltimore, Maryland; and Retina Research Institute of Texas, Abilene).
540 The Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute offers substantial funding to support
541 This study was conducted at an academic research institution in Baltimore, Maryland, from Januar
542 d blogosphere too often portray the job of a research-intensive faculty member and principal investig
543 ectric properties, have attracted tremendous research interest because of their potential in construc
544 graphene monolayers has triggered extensive research interest for the development of III-V/graphene
545 porous outer shell have received tremendous research interest owing to their unique structural featu
546 ce chemistry has become a topic of intensive research interest.
547 ors of nanoconfined water has driven notable research interests recently.
548 ssion of CGD is to facilitate and accelerate research into Candida pathogenesis and biology, by curat
549 Substantial preclinical and clinical research into chronic graft-versus-host disease (cGVHD)
550 This study encourages further research into circadian modulation of reward and undersc
551 understanding for translating basic science research into clinical practice, and 77.2% of all partic
552 notable failure of translation from medical research into clinical practice.
553 logy and provides a systematic framework for research into craniofacial development and malformation.
554 l genomes that provides several tools to aid research into evolutionary processes in the microbial wo
555 These findings call for further research into feedback mechanisms that might remain acti
556 the long-term sustainability of yields, and research into how other societal outcomes vary across la
557 Research into interventions, policies, and practices tha
558 s offer a platform to enable new preclinical research into mechanisms and prevention of epilepsy and
559 de in recent decades, will require continued research into mechanisms underlying disease prevention,
560 ophysiological understanding stimulated much research into plant physiological traits and gas exchang
561 sulators and semimetals, there has been much research into predicting and experimentally discovering
562 These data highlight the need for research into prevention of inflammatory bowel disease a
563 Computational chemistry research into reaction intermediates and pathways may fu
564 pose that it is a sensible target for future research into rehabilitative treatments.
565 Recent research into risk factors and genetics of stroke has no
566 hroughput sequencing techniques, have caused research into RNA modifications to progress at an accele
567 Research into rumor spreading has primarily been based o
568 Moreover, research into the attractors' basins reveals the origin
569 is a valuable genomic resource for molecular research into the biology of mango fruit was created.
570 Exploratory research into the critical steps in metal-organic framew
571 management than at present and enable future research into the effect of carcinoid syndrome control o
572 isorder social symptom severity, and further research into the gyral surface of the anterior cingulat
573 nst K. pneumoniae in serum, informing future research into the medicinal behaviours and dosing of thi
574 nt with the primary endpoint result; further research into the role of complement is needed.
575 ny of these results at this time and further research into the sociological, psychological, and envir
576 a high growth rate would greatly facilitate research into the structure-property relationships of so
577 Most research into underuse has focused on measuring solution
578 This research investigated solvent addition order and composi
579 We encourage more research investigating how telomere dynamics, immune def
580 Future research investigating the specific causes of death at t
581 The TRIUMPH study (Translational Research Investigating Underlying Disparities in Acute M
582 rary databases for English-language original research investigations that evaluated treatment outcome
583 o advance molecular diagnostics and underpin research investigations.
584 Research investments are typically highest in countries
585 The majority of mouse models used in research involve knock-in (reporters or recombinases) or
586 ng CIL LC-MS should be very useful in future research involving the study of the effects of these met
587 The Integrative Psychiatric Research (iPSYCH) consortium has established a large Dan
588 inclusion of sex as a biological variable in research is absolutely essential for improving our under
589 Further research is also needed to more fully understand the cha
590 The thesis presented here is that biomedical research is based on the trusted exchange of services.
591 Although an increasing amount of research is being done on the dynamical processes on int
592 e these cooperating cells and organelles, my research is constantly reshaped and transformed by inter
593 This research is critical for guiding treatment and policies
594 The knowledge acquired in the present research is essential for developing effective remediati
595 Current 2D bioelectronics research is focused on the design of simple-to-use and c
596 Reproducible research is important for assessing the integrity of fin
597 The significance of our research is in examining the susceptibility of minor gal
598 The significance of our research is in identifying the impact of immune modulati
599 ile causal agents of WPND are known, current research is lacking in both sampling distribution and th
600 ealth gains, while support for translational research is leading to the development of some new negle
601 Although feeding research is moving toward a better understanding of the
602 We conclude that more research is needed for better screening and preventive s
603 Further research is needed on procedural and long-term clinical
604 Further research is needed to assess longer-term effectiveness,
605 Further research is needed to assess longer-term efficacy and ad
606 Research is needed to confirm possible interactions of a
607 ron absorption of lipid-rich RUTFs, but more research is needed to determine this.
608 Further research is needed to develop more effective pediatric f
609 Research is needed to develop safe and effective treatme
610 More research is needed to identify barriers to uptake of CBE
611 As such, more research is needed to identify level and type (positive/
612 Research is needed to inform firm recommendations on how
613 More research is needed to inform our knowledge of the role o
614 Further research is needed to investigate how findings from this
615 Further research is needed to investigate the association betwee
616 Further research is needed to replicate these findings, determin
617 Further research is needed to understand how these noncardiac co
618 Further research is needed to understand possible modifiers of t
619 More research is needed to understand the effectiveness of sc
620 Future research is needed, with a focused approach to understan
621 le including poor risk standardization, more research is needed.
622 Research is ongoing to develop drug therapies to manage
623 However, more research is required to better define whether the Campyl
624 Further research is required to confirm these results and examin
625 Operational research is required to design delivery of pre-exposure
626 Future research is required to provide evidence of replication
627 A cornerstone of modern biomedical research is the use of animal models to study disease me
628 e primary objective of acoustic metamaterial research is to design subwavelength systems that behave
629 A key goal of diabetes research is to develop treatments to safely promote huma
630 ting midges as vectors, a key area of future research is to establish the impact of this endosymbiont
631 NIFICANCE STATEMENT The significance of this research is twofold.
632 We argue that this research is vital in underpinning the knowledge required
633 Further prospective research is warranted to determine the epidemiology of n
634 More research is warranted to validate the proposed approache
635 omics becomes more widely used in biomedical research, it is important to revisit existing data analy
636 omise of revolutionising health services and research, it is not always evident what counts as co-pro
637 Despite two decades of research, it remains unclear how dopamine neurons make t
638 icles published in three high-impact nursing research journals in 2016 was undertaken.
639 t there is a substantial discrepancy between research knowledge and its clinical application.
640 s) >20/uL or a reactive CSF-Venereal Disease Research Laboratory (VDRL) test; uncomplicated syphilis
641 fined as (i) a reactive CSF Venereal Disease Research Laboratory test (CSF-VDRL), (ii) detection of T
642 SETTINGS: University research laboratory.
643 Clinical research laboratory.
644 uding the classroom, diagnostic centres, and research labs.
645 Despite this extensive body of research, many basic epidemiologic questions remain unso
646 Psychiatric research may benefit from approaching psychopathology as
647 d at an international tuberculous meningitis research meeting organized by the Oxford University Clin
648 as been designed for data from metabarcoding research, metacoder can easily be applied to any data th
649 We argue that ecoinformatics research methods and traditional, experimental research
650 As new research methods are developed, NEC pathophysiology can
651 search methods and traditional, experimental research methods have strengths and weaknesses that are
652 operationalization of personal heat exposure research methods.
653 y and precision of CT applied to preclinical research (micro-CT).
654 Side-by-side comparison of research MIOCT angiograms and clinically indicated fluor
655 al derived from animal studies in biomedical research more visible and accessible to the scientific c
656 rporate population science into neuroimaging research, most studies recruit small, non-representative
657 ority, and they set the stage for additional research moving forward.
658 Research must integrate each component of the brain-gut
659 dings with two other long-running avenues of research, namely the biochemical properties of the PcG/T
660 instruments in this field, highlighting the research needed for future focus.
661 tions of MoS2 nanosheets are emphasized, and research needs for future environmental applications of
662 It presents our view on the most pressing research needs for promoting the integration of chytrid
663 Lastly, we highlight research needs in clarifying reaction mechanisms, develo
664 Future research needs to employ sex as a classification variabl
665 identified across 14 Childhood Liver Disease Research Network (ChiLDReN) centers.
666 Diabetic Retinopathy Clinical Research Network (DRCR.net) investigators.
667 Using the Trauma Audit and Research Network (TARN) database, we analyzed ASDH cases
668 Child Health and Human Development Neonatal Research Network between October 2010 and January 2016.
669 old in Collaborative Pediatric Critical Care Research Network intensive care units with chest compres
670 nstitutes of Health's Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network, which consists of expert centers in th
671 comprehensive literature search and existing research networks.
672 n sequestration, biogeochemistry, microbiome research, niche construction, and ecosystem engineering.
673 One of the major challenges in catalysis research nowadays is therefore the development of materi
674 l nationally, we strive to meld clinical and research objectives, improve patient outcomes, and contr
675 The research of a generation of ecologists was catalysed by
676 past 40 years, with a hope to facilitate the research of both basic scientists and clinicians to bett
677 However, historical research of European developments over the past millenni
678 ng (64)CuCl2 have been widely applied in the research of molecular imaging and therapy.
679 s, and overcoming obstacles in discovery and research of new antibiotics.
680 These results boosted the research of new compounds able to interfere with HPPD ac
681 Segregated synthesis of research of patients' perceptions revealed two contrasti
682 ealth records on 99,785 Genetic Epidemiology Research on Adult Health and Aging (GERA) cohort individ
683 t also provides a firm basis for the further research on alloherpesvirus virion transmembrane protein
684 We propose that future research on alpha neurofeedback should explore reinforce
685 reported can be easily applied to any other research on ancient precious objects and cultural herita
686 eading to new testable hypotheses for future research on angiosperms.
687 However, recent research on apatite in the same meteorites suggests high
688 Research on avoidance conditioning began in the late 193
689 Evidence from research on both autophagy and synaptic function suggest
690 We consider psychological research on climate change - a quintessential intertempo
691 Research on covalent organic frameworks (COFs) has recen
692 Continued research on CRF mutations will be critical for our futur
693 Pedersen marked the beginning of research on cyclic polyether macrocyclic compounds.
694 onservative/safe approach-seemingly ignoring research on economic/environmental benefits.
695 tigation strategies include surveillance and research on emerging STEC, development of effective comm
696 Nearly a century of research on enhancing critical heat flux (CHF) has focus
697 re and 2D system, and enrich the theoretical research on finding non-Abelian anyons in topological sy
698 l and policy-related effects of neuroscience research on gambling.
699 How can progress in research on health behavior change be accelerated?
700 distal) and applied retrospectively to NTP's research on hexavalent chromium (CrVI).
701 hallmarks of normal aging occur in progeria, research on HGPS can identify mechanisms underlying phys
702 Despite more than a century of research on HR, little is known about how it is so tight
703 A critical review was conducted of research on interruptions in healthcare.
704 review, is an effort to condense the recent research on l-Th highlighting its biological resource, p
705 is review, we provide an overview of ongoing research on mAbs and antibody-related theranostics in pr
706 leotides, which limits genetics and genomics research on many species.
707 nd downplaying veracity can also be found in research on memory.
708 Research on minimally invasive esophagectomy (MIE) has s
709 Despite decades of research on neurobiological mechanisms of psychostimulan
710 In addition, RNAi research on new fungal models has uncovered the role of
711 , in two-dimensional materials, experimental research on nodal line fermions is still lacking.
712 ars, there has been a considerable amount of research on pathways to control the direction of magneti
713 I review aspects of my research on reactive intermediates, specifically the phy
714 Here, we review research on regeneration and repair of the optic system.
715 del based on archaeological and ethnographic research on resource stress episodes, which exposes thre
716 his finding is discussed in relation to past research on responses and entrainment to rhythms, and th
717 Prior research on sensorimotor integration has emphasized visu
718 The vast majority of research on sensorimotor integration has used artificial
719 Research on social influence has focused mainly on the t
720 ty, it may provide a valuable target for new research on strategies to improve health.
721 Decades of research on the autooxidation of organic compounds have
722 targeting these axes can be used to advance research on the biological processes through which pover
723 We also examine recent research on the capture and catalytic degradation of che
724 ons to changing environments and for applied research on the correlated changes in bone structure, br
725 Research on the long-term consequences emphasises that,
726 esponse on a molecular level and put allergy research on the map of precision medicine.
727 Our findings support the need for additional research on the mitochondrial inhibitory and antiestroge
728 in propagation in the human brain may impact research on the molecular factors involved in protein mi
729 identifies key questions related to ongoing research on the oral health-related quality of life (OHR
730 ts application to nursing using ethnographic research on the organising work of nurses as an empirica
731 rove patient behaviors and outcomes, current research on the program provides limited support as to t
732 h source of polyphenols, but there is little research on their postprandial effects.
733 and amplitude) of EPS, and supports further research on them using standardized testing conditions.
734 Given the lack of prior research on these outcomes and stress, results should be
735 resented here lay the foundation for further research on this important medicinal plant.
736 Specific areas to enhance research on this topic include the following: longitudin
737 Research on trustworthiness perception from faces has un
738 as a major public health threat has focused research on understanding virus biology and developing a
739 Research on vaccine approaches that can provide long-ter
740 Research on wealth inequality and accumulation and the d
741 Through intense research on Weyl semimetals during the past few years, w
742 broadening opportunities for monitoring and research on women's empowerment.
743 Much research on workplace interruptions in healthcare can be
744 The proposal is based on research on yeast and mammalian muscle and brain that de
745 In this research, one specific serine codon of the 1Ax1 gene cor
746 team or intervention delivery, (iv) primary research only, (v) English language, and (vi) quantitati
747 diovascular disease, presenting clinical and research opportunities as well as challenges.
748 The data we present here suggest similar research opportunities within the context of human echol
749 t traits providing wide breeding and genetic research opportunities, including genome-wide associatio
750 or International Blood and Marrow Transplant Research or Eurocord and European Group for Blood and Ma
751 ly identical animals or superior animals for research or industrial uses.
752 about general science, their own scientific research, or culturally controversial topics in science.
753 We used Accumulating Evidence and Research Organization graphing to depict the portfolio o
754 A significant effort within our research organization has resulted in the identification
755 2 phase 3 clinical trials (Lymphoma Academic Research Organization-CORAL and Canadian Cancer Trials G
756 rapidly grown into a major area of chemical research over the last two decades.
757 Extensive research over the past two decades has established a cen
758 Intensive research over the previous decades has improved our unde
759 A total of 42 research papers were included in this review.
760 This opens new research paths in hybrid magneto-molecular optoelectroni
761 this field from both fundamental and applied research perspectives.
762 ic materials; polymer adsorbents and related research pertaining to amidoxime; and nanostructured mat
763 The median time delay between research PET and surgery was 2 d.
764 s of the title, abstract, specific aims, and research plans of identified grant applications from 200
765 Accordingly, there is a need for a robust research platform that incorporates all data and provide
766 This system may serve as a reliable research platform to investigate the mechanisms of vario
767 Here, we present a research platform, WINCS Harmoni, which can measure in v
768 lly translate the reviewed technologies from research platforms to clinical therapies will also be di
769 diversity change is crucial for conservation research, policies and practices.
770 requirements increase, limiting biomechanics research potential, as reflected by only few commercial
771 continued investment in Cryptococcus vaccine research, potential challenges that must be overcome alo
772 se of Reactome visualizations for users' own research presentations and publications.
773 This article lays out the research priorities for Mycoplasma genitalium research a
774 cles most relevant to the formulation of the research priorities listed in this article.
775 e main goal, the stage of involvement in the research process, and the science-policy interface.
776 the investigation of the effect of different research processes as part of the Cancer Moonshot.
777 lenge, carriers in the Amish Complex Disease Research Program cohort exhibited significantly lower po
778 s investment in its cancer cooperative group research program has provided exceptional value and bene
779 spective is being reasserted as an important research program.
780 s genome represents a cornerstone for future research programs aiming to exploit genetic diversity to
781 d benefit to the American public through its research programs generating positive cancer treatment t
782 of community-based epidemiology and wildlife research programs led and funded by African institutes a
783 community to exploit these results in future research programs.
784 In this review, we document research progress on the molecular and mesoscopic self-a
785 Finally, based on current research progress, we propose future directions yet to b
786 In this collaborative snapshot research project, data from registered rectal cancer res
787 is being addressed by a number of ambitious research projects seeking to re-engineer photosynthetic
788 ngaging undergraduate students in scientific research promises substantial benefits, but it is not ac
789 Animal research provides an objective and controlled means of o
790 Personal heat exposure research provides more valid and precise insights into h
791 This research provides new insight into the molecular mechani
792 This research provides novel evidence of developmental contin
793 when using ultrathin fiber optic probes for research purposes.
794 to estimate brain volumes from thin-section research-quality brain MR images and routine thick-secti
795 lex, dynamic, and hierarchical systems, many research questions cannot be answered statistically with
796 erstanding of a host of important biomedical research questions for which hamsters are an excellent m
797 Other prespecified research questions were addressed qualitatively.
798 ess the quality of the evidence to address 3 research questions: (1) How accurate is teledermatology
799 for multiple physiological functions, recent research raises concerns that high phosphorus intake cou
800 a unique integrative perspective for health research, reflecting genetic and environmental contribut
801 vil Registration System, Psychiatric Central Research Register, and Register of Causes of Death.
802 We review critically the research related to intracellular antibodies, link this
803 Our findings have a significant impact on research related to MPYS-mediated human diseases and med
804 Additional research related to variations in somatic tumor genomics
805 g 5 broad categories of impact: (1) 'primary research-related impact', (2) 'influence on policy makin
806 ly inconsistent with the CLASH model, animal research relates predictable environments to rigid routi
807 Biomedical research relies on the fast and accurate profiling of sp
808 The research reported in this article is based on the hypoth
809 This research represents the only bone histology analysis of
810 Although animal research requires adherence to various regulations and s
811 Pharmaceutical research requires pre-clinical testing of new therapeuti
812 ise to help direct the allocation of limited research resources, to maximise research benefit, and to
813 ts presentations and communications of brain research results through effective visualization designs
814 This research reveals that mitochondria are a bona fide targe
815 New research reveals the genetic basis by which tobacco plan
816 New research reveals two peptide signals and their co-recept
817 The current research's simplified model (3 reactions, 17 constants)
818 creasing amounts of data produced in biology research, scientists are in need of efficient data analy
819 nvolved in metastatic virulence, and ongoing research seeks to characterize the extent to which TNBC
820 sed on US Department of Agriculture Economic Research Service Urban Influence Codes.
821 ife suitable for clinical use outside of the research setting.
822 method could be useful in both clinical and research settings.
823 Future research should aim to establish clinical, serological,
824 The contentious pollen research should be important for patients with pollinosi
825 Therefore, more research should be undertaken, with a differentiation be
826 Future research should evolve to define novel methods optimized
827 Future research should examine the generalizability of this eff
828 Further research should examine whether repeated shocks of this
829 Future research should focus more specifically on BCC in the ve
830 Future research should focus on developing a working definition
831 Future research should focus on optimal probiotic dose, species
832 Future research should further elucidate these associations wit
833 Future research should validate this checklist in other setting
834 Recent research showed that DLG5 is decreased in Yes-associated
835 Prior research showed that surface-adherent AgNPs inhibit bact
836 Our research shows differences between predation in buffer a
837 Although previous research shows evidence of numerical distance effects in
838 Our research shows how the FVF can be studied using gaze-con
839 Preclinical research shows that compounds acting at alpha7 nicotinic
840 Research shows that resveratrol, a sirtuin activator in
841 This research shows UV-induced damage to adenoviral proteins
842 ique bipedal locomotion have been a focus of research since Darwin, but the origins of humans' econom
843 data in boreholes at a HC-contaminated field research site in Bemidji, MN, USA.
844 Health study was conducted across 7 diverse research sites and relied on standardized clinical and l
845 Patients were enrolled from 179 research sites in 7 countries from February 7, 2005, to
846 ases and 5325 controls over 2 years across 9 research sites in 7 countries in Africa and Asia.
847 12 clinical research sites of the HIV Prevention Trials Network and
848 methodology and design were used across six research sites on South Slavic languages.
849 ession was evaluated by using Osteoarthritis Research Society International grading (progression in 1
850 Much research spanning >20 years shows a strong association b
851 constructed their collaboration networks and research specializations.
852 Despite considerable research, specific contributions of BMAA toxicity to neu
853 ICU clinical and research staff and patients were masked to treatment.
854 Research staff who obtained outcome measurements were ma
855 The "14-day rule" for embryo research stipulates that experiments with intact human e
856 in collaboration with bioinformaticians who research stochastic gene networks.
857 ions on how to increase diversity in genomic research studies and the genomic research workforce.
858 gree are essential to assess in all clinical research studies evaluating the outcomes of acute respir
859 he possible unexplored directions for future research studies is also addressed.
860 ed coronary flow reserve has been applied in research studies, but its clinical role has been limited
861 for both clinical and basic science imaging research studies.
862 eveloped RImmPort that prepares NIAID-funded research study datasets in ImmPort (immport.org) for ana
863 18 participants was conducted at 49 clinical research study sites from January 27, 2014, to April 8,
864 The utility of Xenopus laevis, a common research subject for developmental biology, retinal phys
865 ecent animal literature and burgeoning human research suggest that the hormone oxytocin (OT) may be i
866 n this study was higher compared to previous research, suggesting that patients exposed to unnecessar
867 Pertinent research suggestions have been made.
868 A growing body of research suggests daily low-dose aspirin (ASA) reduces h
869 Recent research suggests evolution could also play a critical r
870 recent theoretical, cognitive and behavioral research suggests that different strategies are applied
871 However, recent research suggests that extinction often fails to reduce
872 Clinical research suggests that paediatric liver disease differs
873 understanding the biological basis of aging, research suggests that targeting the aging process itsel
874 Our research suggests that the competitive network may there
875 Research suggests that the scale of human population and
876 erapeutic mechanism is unclear, with minimal research supporting its use in RP.
877 s whole-body PET/MR scanners has enabled new research taking advantage of the complementary informati
878 Our research team has demonstrated that lumbosacral spinal c
879 research assistant, but the remainder of the research team were masked to group allocation.
880 This research tested furan classification models in fried mat
881 echanistic framework will stimulate fruitful research that aims at unraveling the molecular pathways
882 of N-of-1 trials in translational nutrition research that are meant to assess the utility of persona
883 logy represents a transdisciplinary field of research that can combine the expertise of population ge
884 deas, models, and data sources from decision research that can fuel new lines of inquiry on how socia
885 promising findings beg for further empirical research that deliberately tests for relationships betwe
886 so, this will inspire future cardiovascular research that evaluates not only traditional end points,
887 s semiconductors has been a topic of intense research that has been propelled by modern applications
888 orbidity and cost has led to a large body of research that has been summarised in systematic reviews
889 mics into a long-running history of Sphagnum research that has documented unparalleled contributions
890 Despite the decades of research that have been dedicated to this area of study,
891 in vivo, and the need to conduct mechanistic research that identifies drugs performing well not only
892 t findings and propose directions for future research that involve microbe-induced changes to plant d
893 earance of new diagnostic tests by promoting research that might not have otherwise been feasible wit
894 urrent and critical issues and themes in GxE research that need additional consideration, including t
895 We highlight research that reveals to what extent convergent evolutio
896 Radiogenomics is an emerging area of research that seeks to correlate imaging features with c
897 ng cancer registration and surveillance, and research that uses cancer registry data.
898 ized methods for the conduct of TBM clinical research that were drafted at an international tuberculo
899 Amongst many fascinating problems for future research, the data revealed a YtfE orthologue, Ddes_1165
900 Despite extensive research, the learning-related role of place cell dynami
901 In line with former research, the present study argues that the widespread b
902 Despite decades of extensive research, the spatio-mechanical processes of double-stra
903 e greatest advances in the history of cancer research: the development of vaccines that prevent infec
904 dex was simpler and matched previous related research; the second was added because it allowed the in
905 diting platform with broad applicability for research, therapeutics, and biotechnology.
906 ntinuous interest in multiple sclerosis (MS) research, there is still a lack of neuroprotective strat
907 Despite over a decade of research they have yet to reach this considerable potent
908 ures have been the central focus of epilepsy research, they are commonly accompanied by cognitive pro
909 After 20 years of intense research, this has not materialized.
910 They demonstrated the power of collaborative research through meta-analysis of study-specific results
911 ard (MIRA) program to reward senior PIs with research time in exchange for less funding, this may rev
912 We present a roadmap for research to address whether wildflower gardens, while be
913 The lack of research to characterize cardiovascular disease (CVD) an
914 To address this question, research to date generally has focused on correlative ap
915 Research to date has focused on the hypothesis that an u
916 e cellular responses has become one focus of research to develop innovative strategies to recruit and
917 his year's Lasker-DeBakey Prize for Clinical Research to Douglas Lowy and John Schiller celebrates th
918 of human language has led several fields of research to focus on primate vocal communication.
919 e novel observations pave the way for future research to identify molecular mechanisms involved in mi
920 In this study, we conducted research to identify reasons for variability in RNAi eff
921 ting hematopoietic aging and support further research to identify the rejuvenating factors elaborated
922 analyses (GSEAs) are widely used in genomic research to identify underlying biological mechanisms (d
923 ognition using the measurement and treatment research to improve cognition in schizophrenia (MATRICS)
924 ice effects on the Measurement and Treatment Research to Improve Cognition in Schizophrenia Consensus
925 hich facilitate exciting translation of this research to many areas of drug development.
926 This has enabled SRS research to move from its original domain, of probing bu
927 physical scores should be a focus in future research to optimize treatment strategies to reduce a ne
928 re warranted as is comparative effectiveness research to strengthen the underlying evidence base.
929 imilar enzymes, and the applications of this research to the field of artificial metalloenzymes and s
930 Research to understand mechanisms of these risk factors
931 Further research to understand the reasons for these observation
932 based technologies has proven to be a useful research tool but lacks the advantages of small molecule
933 nsitive, safe, stable, and easy-to-implement research tool for measuring T cell responses and cellula
934 ow organoids are now being used as a primary research tool to investigate human developmental biology
935 serous carcinoma (HGSC) remain an important research tool.
936 ng that can contribute to development of new research tools and approaches.
937 ughput and resolution of currently available research tools, which involve laborious isolation, separ
938 Image registration is an important research topic in the field of image processing.
939 sustainable energy and will be an important research topic in the near future.
940 intraspecies communication is a fascinating research topic.
941 I have been blessed with the selection of my research topic: RNA biology.
942 One of the main research topics related to Alzheimer's disease is the ag
943 Lectures on clinical oncology research topics were the most valuable type of experienc
944 Research toward renewable and sustainable energy has ide
945 terms of fundamental values of four distinct research traditions and the communities that bring the v
946 mmunities that bring the values and of those research traditions to their investigations.
947 Prior research training macaques (vocal non-learners) to tap t
948 We highlight research trends at this distinctive mucosal barrier and
949 dertake an exhaustive examination of current research trends with a focus on nanomaterials (NMs) to c
950 led the Cooperative Huntington Observational Research Trial (COHORT).
951 lists in improving perioperative outcomes in research trials, effective methods of population-based i
952 organized by the Oxford University Clinical Research Unit in Vietnam.
953 The research usefulness of such projects is dependent on app
954 sular Malaysia had been investigated in this research using exploratory visualization.
955 ted, and current weight was measured at each research visit and abstracted from prenatal records.
956 biometry was assessed by ultrasound at each research visit.
957 In this issue of Cancer Research, Vivian and colleagues utilize a unique mouse m
958 nctional modules in the gray-matter, limited research was directed to the functional organization of
959 he WHO Department of Reproductive Health and Research was distributed to 41 countries and territories
960 iderations in the Review of Disaster Related Research was formed to identify and address ethical and
961 d real science news items and found that the research was judged to be of higher quality when paired
962 he template for reporting data from drowning research was revised extensively, with new emphasis on m
963 The goal of this research was to estimate the health risks associated wit
964 The aim of the present research was to evaluate the application, stability and
965 This research was to optimize the UAE conditions for maximum
966 First, previously published qualitative research was used to identify important domains for the
967 imise research benefit, and to help minimise research waste.
968 tives of vertebrate social learners, but the research we describe highlights routes by which natural
969 ew that is shaped by clinical experience and research, we adopt a conceptual approach.
970 In light of prior correlational research, we also assessed the extent to which T's effec
971 Despite a large body of research, we continue to lack a detailed account of how
972 the basis of evidence from a growing body of research, we discuss to what extent the cellular and mol
973 On the basis of the research, we found that the derivatives of flavonoids, w
974 thetics in the light of recent psychological research, we present a novel model to explain this much
975 In this research, we question if strong identification with an i
976 historically been at the forefront of cancer research, where they are known to act as critical regula
977 he past decade, except in preclinical stroke research, which has uniquely demonstrated significant im
978 This research will impact our understanding of morbillivirus-
979 ressing these and other key questions in CO2 research will require collaborations across scientific d
980 However, additional longitudinal research with a robust dietary intake assessment is need
981 re is a pressing need for cross-disciplinary research with an integrative approach to data science, w
982 wever, necessitate additional implementation research with more appropriate measurement indicators de
983 That work led to postdoctoral research with Robert Abeles at Brandeis, then a center o
984 both in syndemics, a field of applied health research with roots in medical anthropology, and in the
985 onsidered for conducting culturally relevant research with Tribal nations.
986 S during natural speech production in future research with typical and atypical child populations.
987 the predictive translational value of mouse research, with an emphasis on exploitation of a "dirty"
988 This conclusion largely stems from polar research, with less attention paid to mountain glaciers
989 osphatases have recently become the focus of research within the apicomplexan parasites.
990 in genomic research studies and the genomic research workforce.
991 Current advances in AML research yield important insights regarding AML genetic,
992 itically dependent on fundamental systematic research, yielding numerous, additional, well-sampled ph
993 However, they are under researched and little is known of their impact on patien
994 Transition metals have been researched extensively in this role due to their intrins
995 who miss multiple appointments are an under-researched group who might have substantial unmet health
996 ups, but unbiased studies of previously well-researched insect faunas indicate that 1-2% of species m
997 formance in a prediction model, has not been researched yet.
998 ll of great interest and in the limelight of researches.
999 rity in data structure of these two types of researches.
1000 entral objectives of regeneration biologists researching different tissues and species, focusing main
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