1 gnaling are of great relevance in biological research.
2 s for discovery and enhancement of their own research.
3 me have enabled rapid advances in biomedical research.
4 research decisions and on reproducibility of research.
5 offer perspectives for future directions of research.
6 as well as ongoing attention in psychiatric research.
7 ution of viruses remains a neglected area of research.
8 and researchers, and directions for further research.
9 ics, the Nuovo-Soldati foundation for cancer research.
10 ations for MM-401 in basic and translational research.
11 ty to detect genomic variants for biomedical research.
12 ates the rodent CS model for future migraine research.
13 ersion of EVpedia, a public database for EVs research.
14 contexts and remains a subject of intensive research.
15 t Programme UK National Institute for Health Research.
16 d leadership to the process of translational research.
17 urus a useful online resource for epigenetic research.
18 in the 2012 database issue of Nucleic Acids Research.
19 ouncil and the National Institute for Health Research.
20 g, and identify promising avenues for future research.
21 eveloped and adopted for all types of health research.
22 rescent protein that is needed in biomedical research.
23 Research Council and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
24 valuable resource for virus and gene therapy research.
25 on remains unsettled despite many decades of research.
26 source to stimulate the emerging field of EV research.
27 dual species is a long-desired goal in miRNA research.
28 s are published online in Advances in Dental Research.
29 lanets is a major focus of current exoplanet research.
30 ce other causes of waste and inefficiency in research.
31 rt Foundation, National Institute for Health Research.
32 we point to a waste at all stages in medical research.
33 on, governance, and management of biomedical research.
34 nges and opportunities facing root branching research.
35 rganisms are indispensable for human disease research.
36 rvations outline the future direction of DIB research.
37 atoid arthritis has been a matter of intense research.
38 ntly discussed under the heading of exposome research.
39 roimaging, circuit level, and drug discovery research.
40 rapies, and to suggest directions for future research.
41 ed using Drosophila models pertaining to ALS research.
42 mentally changed the landscape of biomedical research.
43 rapidly evolving and controversial field of research.
44 ites, breakthrough materials in photovoltaic research.
45 f amines is a long-standing goal of chemical research.
46 uctors places it at the forefront of current research.
47 the greatest challenges in the field of HIV research.
48 as pharmacology, metabolomics and pesticide research.
49 earchers to support and promote cutting-edge research.
50 frican ancestry to TNBC is an active area of research.
51 the complexity of the questions amenable to research.
52 ously inaccessible experimental and clinical research.
53 ing phenotypes is a crucial task for medical research.
54 patricbrc.org) to support infectious disease research.
55 nts will be an important objective of future research.
56 clinical diagnostics and the advancement of research.
57 nimal model in biomedical and pharmaceutical research.
58 l aspect of disease diagnosis, treatment and research.
59 ins an unmet vaccine need despite decades of research.
60 an increasingly important role in biological research.
61 se-Syrian Associated Charities, Swiss Cancer Research.
62 concerning the return of results in genomic research.
63 4 sequencing approach for dipteran mtgenomic research.
64 nts the tenth anniversary of modern graphene research.
65 ion is a well-known problem in breast cancer research.
66 hallenge in renewable and sustainable energy research.
67 n biological, medical, and biopharmaceutical research.
68 ir mode of action, and future directions for research.
69 They are also important in materials science research.
70 e of the field and identify areas for future research.
71 of controversy which are important to future research.
72 he important recent findings in this area of research.
73 oader challenge in measurement in biomedical research.
74 ding a valuable resource for polyadenylation research.
75 ccur in complex endeavors such as scientific research.
76 these microcompartments are active areas of research.
77 ivity, is a major current topic in materials research.
78 ement and utility of this line of biomedical research.
79 he potential to facilitate basic and applied research.
80 ers are at the forefront of recent materials research.
81 research rather than laboratory or molecular research.
82 many years remains a central question of HIV research.
83 mental rodent model useful for schizophrenia research.
84 and expand on this with results from recent research.
85 cells remain a major topic of hematological research.
86 or analysis of biobank samples in biomedical research.
87 sms form a central part of modern biological research.
88 ll also review some of the latest associated research.
89 ence, affecting both fundamental and applied research.
90 Family Professorship of Alzheimer's Disease Research.
91 romise for improving diagnostics and biology research.
92 hnologies has impacted many areas of genetic research.
93 birth defects and identify areas for further research.
94 l motion cues have been the focus of intense research.
95 tment, advocacy, education, legislation, and research.
96 ity that could not be obtained in decades of research.
97 nalytical and enabling technology in biofuel research.
98 ion can be taken to improve the reporting of research.
99 g, linkage, and archiving of all elements of research.
100 ogical images has generated a bottle neck in research.
101 e to the plausible risks associated with the research.
102 oltage-would open new vistas in neuroscience research.
103 itute, Pfizer, Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
104 uggest several directions to take for future research.
105 ain functions and suggest avenues for future research.
106 tradictory results published in this area of research.
107 e account of the needs of potential users of research.
108 to improve the effectiveness of this type of research.
109 opment remain elusive despite a long time of research.
110 increasingly in conservation and ecological research.
111 are pursued largely independently in current research.
112 work in these areas of primate communication research.
113 ant findings discovered during the course of research.
114 e value of animal-based translational cancer research.
115 cs, ecology and evolution, and developmental research.
116 gained from three cross-fostering fields of research: (1) understanding how the fates of different c
117 Here, in human cells with utility for HIV research (293T and Jurkat), we used transcription activa
118 Despite rapid advances in Hippo pathway research, a definitive role for this pathway in hematopo
119 Research about behaviour of large crowds is needed for c
120 ndance of fMRI studies of the putative VWFA, research about its structural connectivity has just star
121 Reviewing the research about OT and AVP in these NDD suggests that alt
122 re enriching biotechnology and bioprocessing research across a wide spectrum of applications.
123 omes remains a major bottleneck that affects research across the fields of environmental, clinical an
124 A swathe of research activity aimed at identifying molecular determi
125 with a small number of exceptions, almost no research activity as yet in developing psychological tre
126 tals have recently been the focus of intense research activity.
127 ffect the HIV epidemic in TSW, and propose a research agenda to improve HIV services and policies for
128 Exciting new research aimed at predicting cardiotoxicity and developi
129 e prevention of preterm labor and BPD, novel research aimed at promoting postnatal alveolarization of
130 ne and, hence, have been at the forefront of research aimed at understanding the mechanisms that main
131 ing the animals used as models in biomedical research also becomes critical.
132 However, recent research also suggests that psychological membership of
133 Despite many advances in the field of AIDS research, an effective AIDS vaccine that can prevent inf
134 mosomal rearrangements is essential both for research analyses and for application in the clinical se
135 e outline opportunities in interdisciplinary research, analytical rigor, standardization, and policy
136 radiata var. radiata will facilitate genome research and accelerate molecular breeding of the subgen
137 ght important findings, directions of future research and advances in the clinical management of visu
138 in rice and other crops, enabling both basic research and agricultural applications.
139 pair deficiency disorders but also for basic research and anticancer drug development.
140 s to discuss the latest advances in duckweed research and applications.
141 identified hold the potential for both basic research and biotech applications.
142 f data that will advance plant immune system research and can be widely used for further investigatio
143 llaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough.
144 vestment are wasted, bias is introduced, and research and care of patients are detrimentally affected
145 tion sequencing target enrichment method for research and clinical applications.
146 the immunogenetics community, and the wider research and clinical communities.
147 scientists bridge the gap between biomedical research and clinical practice.
148 transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) as a research and clinical tool in the field of epilepsy.
149 (SNPs) in biological samples is an enabling research and clinical tool.
150 Ongoing preclinical research and clinical trials over the next few years wil
151 cally modified animals is important for both research and commercial purposes.
152 nd thyroid cancer remains an active focus of research and controversy.
153 Netherlands Organization for the Health Research and Development (ZonMw 92003545).
154 Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMW), Region Vastra Gotaland
155 ard; The Netherlands Organisation for Health Research and Development (ZonMw); the Ministry of Health
156 Research and development activities directed toward comm
157 Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA), PATH, bioCSL
158 The approach to research and development in biomedical science is changi
159 on for quantum-scale inputs is key to future research and development in these cognate areas.
160 lishments, traditional Chinese medicine, and research and development investment in drug discovery.
161 scaffolds represent promising leads for the research and development of a human respiratory syncytia
162 There are also several key research and development questions that must be addresse
163 ry efficiencies approaching 20 per cent, the research and development targets for CdTe are to reduce
164 nstitutions designed to facilitate nanoscale research and development.
165 ses clinical trial data for accelerating ALS research and development.
166 d in the context of the likelihood of future research and discoveries.
167 Addgene Repository was founded to accelerate research and discovery by improving access to useful, hi
168 recent advances and challenges to microalgal research and discuss future potential.
169 fruit fly, has been instrumental in genetics research and disease modeling.
170 ve a range of applications in cardiovascular research and disease treatment.
171 decreases the efficiency of basic biological research and drug discovery and impedes experimental dat
172 one on to make major contributions to dental research and education.
173 biology that support both basic and applied research and education.
174 al surgery continues to be defined by active research and enhancements to integrative technologies.
175 ss the strength of commitment to trustworthy research and explores proven quality assurance mechanism
176 occurrence that was eliminated by strategic research and focused preventions.
177 tion are important factors in transcriptomic research and for clinical and regulatory decision making
178 The review focuses on simulation research and implementation of existing knowledge and ex
179 brain-computer interfaces, and "responsible research and innovation" in governance of emerging techn
180 The solution goes beyond further research and involves policies and practices that suppor
181 cilitate the selection of strains for cancer research and is a platform for mining data on tumor deve
182 cent publications suggest new directions for research and lead to new hypotheses about the pathophysi
183 nt regulatory pathways do not exist to guide research and marketing.
184 l findings discovered in the course of their research and meeting an actionability threshold, but the
185 l behavior in virgin rats, decades of animal research and more recent human studies have demonstrated
186 ntiviral Society-USA panel of experts in HIV research and patient care considered previous data and r
187 Here, we review the latest research and perspectives on improving postmyocardial in
188 nology that is poised to revolutionise basic research and plant breeding.
189 ealth-care systems, and the relation between research and policy.
190 nse and suggest innovative avenues of future research and possible novel therapeutic targets.
191 dify pre-mRNA splicing would be valuable for research and potentially also for therapeutic applicatio
192 this review focuses on priorities in current research and practice.
193 Despite the concerted efforts of research and professional and advocacy stakeholders, rec
194 Despite decades of research and programme activity, the epidemiology of HIV
195 of medical mycology, and better funding for research and provision of treatment, particularly in dev
196 a clinically relevant summary of the latest research and recommendations regarding childhood and ado
197 nt powerful approaches to engineer cells for research and regenerative medicine.
198 ession will undoubtedly transform biological research and spur the development of novel molecular the
199 nning to integrate mobile devices into their research and teaching.
200 on can guide practices to improve laboratory research and the integrity of the scientific literature.
201 Research and theory on placebo effects has illuminated m
202 platforms to discover the next generation of research and therapeutic antibodies.
203 embryonic stem cells hold great promise for research and therapeutics as they have broad and robust
204 ent stem cells (PSCs) is important for basic research and therapeutics.
205 PSCs) have the capability of revolutionizing research and therapy of liver diseases by providing a so
206 ers, stratified by European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer risk category (high vs
207 progress has been recently made in basic RSV research and vaccine development.
208 monitoring of and research into reporting of research, and active implementation of the findings to e
209 opment Cooperation, Centre for Global Health Research, and Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
210 Our results open up an unexpected avenue of research, and could lead to the development of new treat
211 Nonetheless a more important problem in MCI research, and dementia in general, has to be laid at the
212 ies for the clinic, global health, industry, research, and education.
213 have utility in basic and translational pain research, and enable rapid drug screening and testing of
214 s patient registries have been developed for research, and myositis patient support groups maintain d
215 has become an exciting area of schizophrenia research, and provides ample opportunities and hope for
216 clinical practice, comparative effectiveness research, and the evaluation of care delivery models.
217 ative to the analytical in macroevolutionary research, and they allow us to begin to answer the propo
218 term viral reservoir establishment/clearance research, and transmission/early-event studies.
219 earch Council, National Institute for Health Research, and Wellcome Trust.
220 rucially important roles in human microbiota research, and will be required for the development of no
221 and standards governing the care and use of research animals enacted in the mid- to late 1980s, whil
222 onization radiation making them suitable for research applications in children.
223 te its increasing importance in clinical and research applications.
224 s potential implications for therapeutic and research applications.
225 disciplinary, bench to bedside translational research approach is crucial for the successful identifi
226 he last five years and also considered which research approaches that were used to validate them.
227 nally, we emphasise four key areas where new research approaches will provide fertile opportunities t
228 funding policy developments for neuroscience research are considerable.
229 The methods and results of health research are documented in study protocols, full study r
230 ual patient data meta-analysis and biomarker research are needed to further elucidate the potential f
231 unds every day, cultural norms in biomedical research are under pressure to change with the times.
232 n recent years, and discuss the clinical and research areas in which they have made the greatest impa
233 entrality of amines in a number of important research areas, including medicinal chemistry, total syn
234 f plasmid tools for use in a wide variety of research areas, such as empty backbones, lentiviral reso
235 al and cancer genomics as well as in various research areas.
236 ing description of molecular interactions in research articles, attracted substantial research intere
237 es) and worthwhile to vigorously pursue such research as it has significant implications on our under
238 tists, his key role as a leader in organized research as president of the American Association for De
239 h as oxalate (C2O4(2-)) is an active area of research, as the process converts an environmental pollu
240 ident of the American Association for Dental Research, as well as his editorship, which has recognize
241 Biotechnology and the Biotechnology Industry Research Assistance Council, Government of India; Bill &
242 Proteogenomics is an area of research at the interface of proteomics and genomics.
243 of telerehabilitation that require the most research attention.
244 asker approximately DeBakey Clinical Medical Research Award will be shared by Mahlon R. DeLong and Al
245 into multiple areas of clinical nutritional research based on the widespread adoption of high-throug
246 Important areas that need further research (basic and clinical) are post-MUS and pelvic or
247 his issue is critically important to medical research because the two theories predict that very diff
248 l agreement on medical training and clinical research between Stockholm County Council and Karolinska
249 the website at http://baolab.bme.gatech.edu/Research/BioinformaticTools/TAL_targeter.html.
250 Pfizer, UK National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre.
251 and Social Research Council; Ireland Health Research Board; The Netherlands Organisation for Health
252 an Commission, National Institute for Health Research, British Heart Foundation, and Wellcome Trust.
253 microscopy is a powerful tool for biological research, but obtaining multiplexed images for a large n
254 m has great potential for basic and clinical research, but the determinants of targeting specificity
255 unique challenges to rigorous and effective research, but there are substantial opportunities for sc
256 The present study extends that research by feeding normal or supplemented choline diets
257 will guide future modeling and translational research by identifying universal rules governing the in
258 GS) technologies have revolutionized genomic research by reducing the cost of whole-genome sequencing
259 s, and processes that govern whether and how research can be done, and ensure that they are proportio
260 sharing of individual data for public health research can be resolved.
261 Cancer Canada, Ontario Institute for Cancer Research, Canadian Institute for Health Research, NIHR C
262 Strengthening research capacity in the low- to middle-income countries
263 and the public domain has focused largely on research, capacity building, and service delivery.
264 recently become a renewed focus of materials research catalysed in part by the discovery of supercond
265 Intramural Research Program of the Vaccine Research Center, National Institute of Allergy and Infec
266 r Health Research, NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre, The University of Cambridge, Cancer Res
267 nal Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centre.
268 anslational Studies, and Imperial Biomedical Research Centre.
269 sity College London Hospitals/UCL Biomedical Research Centres funding scheme.
270 11, and was completed on May 24, 2012, in 64 research centres in nine countries worldwide.
271 However, research challenges are such that the ideal studies may
272 Sequencing technologies presents significant research challenges, specifically to design bioinformati
273 eting of the American Association for Dental Research, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA.
274 distant recurrence in both the translational research cohort within the Arimidex, Tamoxifen Alone or
275 National Institute for Health Research Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health
276 The Research Collaboratory for Structural Bioinformatics Pro
277 iser Permanente Southern California regional research committee grant.
278 DO has expanded the number and diversity of research communities and community members by 50+ during
279 The research communities studying microbial model organisms,
280 n crop science and ecophysiology than in the research communities that elucidate molecular networks.
281 se (MGD) serves the international biomedical research community as the central resource for integrate
282 in a variety of conditions available to the research community for consideration and further explora
283 nding and analyses, will benefit the genomic research community in general and prokaryotic genome res
284 ether these data serve as a resource for the research community in the continued effort to dissect tr
285 ontributing, in part, to the interest of the research community in using miRNAs as alternative therap
286 The cancer research community is increasingly embracing this comple
287 Currently, the research community lacks a standardized toolkit for the
288 Advances in these aspects of the research community may in turn advance our understanding
289 To enjoy the public's trust, the research community must first be clear about what it is
290 e by asking if it is time for the biomedical research community to 'stop chasing Mendel?'
291 was conceived as a framework that allows the research community to develop and release 'modules' that
292 This server enables the research community to easily and quickly produce structu
293 sed adoption of (13)C MFA within the biotech research community.
294 rtant resource for functional studies in the research community.
295 gram and provided valuable resources for the research community.
296 MendelScan, which is freely available to the research community.
297 making SXS an important tool for the energy research community.
298 alled RASS, to make it publicly available to research community.
299 mic approaches to be undertaken by the plant research community.
300 nal adaptative mechanisms may explain recent research concerning the discrepancy between objective me
301 t with so many problems that the validity of research conclusions is suspect.
302 Although there has been much high-quality research conducted in this field in recent years, preven
303 To date, most research considering impacts of climate change on vector
304 bleeding (type 3-5 as per Bleeding Academic Research Consortium definitions).
305 Although research continues into the underlying causes, physician
306 Ongoing research continues to advance our understanding of the j
307 Although the field of research continues to expand, it is clear that many barr
308 Laboratory research continues to investigate the underlying mechani
309 n addition, allergists have made significant research contributions in our understanding of eosinophi
310 ve resulted in dramatic increases in overall research costs.
311 Further research could clarify the potential effects of oral cla
312 UK (UK) and the National Health and Medical Research Council (Australia).
313 cal Research Council and Economic and Social Research Council (grant G1000043).
314 UK Medical Research Council and Economic and Social Research Counci
315 Medical Research Council and Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research.
316 UK Medical Research Council and the National Institute for Health R
317 UK (C569/A5032), National Health and Medical Research Council Australia (GNT300755, GNT569213), Sanof
318 done centrally (by telephone) by the Medical Research Council Clinical Trials Unit using minimisation
319 he Swedish Research Council, and the Swedish Research Council for Health, Working Life and Welfare.
320 National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia.
321 ill & Melinda Gates Foundation to PATH, USA; Research Council of Norway; UK Department for Internatio
322 sh Prison and Probation Service, the Swedish Research Council, and the Swedish Research Council for H
323 UK Medical Research Council, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Resea
324 UK Medical Research Council, British Heart Foundation, University o
325 Medical Research Council, National Institute for Health Research
326 UK Medical Research Council, Norwegian Agency for Development Coope
327 South African Medical Research Council, Sigrid Rausing Trust, WHO.
328 llcome Trust, Wolfson Foundation, UK Medical Research Council, Stroke Association, British Heart Foun
329 stralia, and the National Health and Medical Research Council.
330 Health Research, Wellcome Trust, and Medical Research Council.
331 tion (SARChI), and the South African Medical Research Council.
332 cal Research Council; UK Economic and Social Research Council; Ireland Health Research Board; The Net
333 UK Medical Research Council; UK Economic and Social Research Counci
334 The Clinical Sequencing Exploratory Research (CSER) Consortium and the Electronic Medical Re
335 l biology, and biochemistry integrate into a research cycle targeting parasites, we summarize the dis
336 BARD, the BioAssay Research Database is a public database and suite of tool
337 t http://pmc.ucsc.edu/ approximately wwwzehr/research/database/.
338 ?684 women included in the Clinical Practice Research Datalink had a livebirth between Oct 1, 2012 an
339 ta from individuals in the Clinical Practice Research Datalink with BMI data, we fitted Cox models to
340 nked to the United Kingdom Clinical Practice Research Datalink, which provided prescription records,
341 en, based on data from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink.
342 nadequate emphasis is placed on recording of research decisions and on reproducibility of research.
343 Irreproducible research decreases the efficiency of basic biological re
344 resses three areas in which new policies and research demonstrate the opportunity to impact the healt
345 This research demonstrates the role that atom probe combined
346 The research described here addresses whether or not the pro
347 ust be put in the context of the appropriate research design selection.
348 and data sharing in research through use of research designs known to reduce inefficiencies, and fur
349 The field of epigenetics research developed rapidly and provided us with new insi
350 velopment is a shared feature of many of the research developments central to the developing Extended
351 multimodal approach to PONV management, new research developments involving antiemetics, such as neu
352 ternative control measures are emerging from research devoted to D. gallinae and its management.
353 ers the strengths and limitations of the IWG research diagnostic criteria and proposes advances to im
354 y show promise as high-affinity reagents for research, diagnostics and therapeutics owing to their hi
355 loning of viral genes are critical for basic research, diagnostics, antiviral drugs, and vaccines to
356 tality, it is critical to expand geroscience research directed at extending human healthspan.
357 tion temperature constitutes another current research direction of fundamental and technological impo
358 will become even more severe for the latest research direction of treating preclinical AD because su
359 PerA function in A. fumigatus is a promising research direction to uncover a new fungal specific anti
360 The remaining challenges and critical research directions are discussed at the end.
361 patient population, and highlight continued research directions for biomarkers that stratify the pat
362 is cancer and may provide a basis for future research directions in early diagnostics and personaliza
363 concludes with a brief perspective on future research directions, and remaining barriers which must b
364 iological function, which will stimulate new research directions.
365 llenges inherent in these studies and future research directions.
366 es from fourteen countries that shared their research discoveries through oral and poster presentatio
367 The 2014 Beaune Seminar in Transplant Research discussed the evidence for triggers, sensors, a
368 ave selectively downsized their neuroscience research divisions, reflecting a growing view that devel
369 Published research documents widespread abuses of human rights per
370 However, much research does not lead to worthwhile achievements, partl
371 e scales and link understanding from several research domains can help to tackle this problem.
372 (1D) systems have become a forefront area of research driven by the realization of the Tonks-Girardea
373 pathogenesis that will be valuable for basic research, drug discovery and clinical diagnostics.
374 the conduct of research, graduate biomedical research education, and the provision of basic oral scie
375 ity in sedimentary rock volume, sampling and research effort especially frustrates global-scale diver
376 Thus, much research effort has been expended to develop improved pr
377 Despite tremendous research effort in recent years, fast and accurate haplo
378 r physical properties, but while significant research effort is geared towards understanding structur
379 institutional monetary expenditures and lost research effort.
380 ese mutations has been the focus of multiple research efforts during the last years, allowing us to b
381 the purported benefits, and the most recent research efforts in this area.
382 With current research efforts shifting towards the 4d and 5d transiti
383 male preponderance of these diseases, future research efforts should seek to resolve this important i
384 l guide our diagnosis, treatment, and future research efforts to better understand these deadly condi
385 ogrammes in several countries, collaborative research efforts, and an established international paedi
386 from studies in progress, standardisation of research efforts, optimisation and training of an experi
387 arisen from the development of collaborative research efforts, such as the TREND group in the Netherl
388 is critical to advancing future biohydrogen research efforts.
389 AVD and is to explore ongoing translational research efforts.
390 ), and make recommendations for clinical and research endeavours.
391 lable at http://bioinformaticstools.mayo.edu/research/esnv-detect/.
392 for more early interventions and prevention research, especially in socioeconomically disadvantaged
393 This study was approved by the Cantonal Research Ethics Committee and informed written consent w
394 Finally, journals, funders, sponsors, research ethics committees, regulators, and legislators
395 Atassiche, UK National Institute for Health Research, European Friedreich's Ataxia Consortium for Tr
396 Research evaluating POCUS in the care of pediatric patie
397 Ongoing research evaluating potential pharmacological agents for
398 Research evidence to explain similarities and difference
399 ess to, and appraisal of, the best available research evidence.
400 e is understudied relative to the fast-paced research examining commensal bacteria in the intestine.
401 As both clinical and basic science research expands our understanding of TIC, trauma patien
402 ghts from basic, translational, and clinical research, experts have a more comprehensive knowledge of
403 des ago helped set in motion an avalanche of research exploring how genomic information can be optima
404 This research extends a previous blind-deconvolution approach
405 t the NIHR/Wellcome Trust Cambridge Clinical Research Facility (Cambridge, UK).
406 lved argument in the hepatitis B virus (HBV) research field suggests that during chronic hepadnaviral
407 distribution and endometriosis pathogenesis research fields can inform each other.
408 s have been the 'holy grail' of a variety of research fields spanning epidemiological, (epi)genetic,
409 We aim to bring together two active research fields: the structural and functional biology o
410 Research findings affirm the value of rights-based HIV r
411 ssociated with the disclosure of significant research findings for investigators in the United States
412 urpose of this review is to highlight recent research findings in contact force-sensing radiofrequenc
413 The research findings presented here will be instrumental fo
414 on target since 2012 has been to make recent research findings quickly available in the IEDB and ther
415 of biomedical science and the translation of research findings to clinical practice.
416 Past research finds that age-related increases in false recog
417 A major recent clinical research focus for glioblastoma has been the therapeutic
418 nsification of curative therapy is a current research focus for these patients.
419 ne development and the limits of the current research focus on the zebrafish posterior lateral line p
420 middle-income countries, there is a greater research focus on violence prevention, with promising ev
421 We propose a number of areas for research focus over the next 10 years that will help to
422 Current research focuses on identifying potential biomarkers tha
423 Research focusing on interfering with aPL-mediated cell
424 e recent advances of CNT-based immunological research, focusing on current understandings of therapeu
425 ew summarizes recent developments in imaging research, focusing specifically on the functional conseq
426 International research for acute myocardial infarction lacks compariso
427 ll sorting is a central tool in life science research for analyzing cellular heterogeneity or enrichi
428 son has not been resolved, despite extensive research for over a century.
429 Animal models are widely used in biomedical research for reasons ranging from practical to ethical.
430 our approach and suggesting novel avenues of research for T1D.
431 As a champion of small RNA research for two decades, Caenorhabditis elegans has rev
432 work has opened new avenues in microvascular research; for example, it has been demonstrated that con
433 A, USA), Swiss Re (London, UK), Swiss Cancer Research foundation (Bern, Switzerland), Swiss Cancer Le
434 l Trials Partnership, South African National Research Foundation (SARChI), and the South African Medi
435 arch (SAKK), Frontier Science and Technology Research Foundation, Australian and New Zealand Breast C
436 dation Netherlands, International Paediatric Research Foundation, Maastricht University, Commonwealth
437 Comparative neuroscience research, framed by evolutionary relationships, is key t
438 SPARCLE1 was funded by the European Union Research Framework 5 Program (grant number QLG5-CT-2002-
439 s gradually shift the paradigm of biological research from hypothesis-validation toward hypothesis-ge
440 Research from the previous decade suggests that word mea
441 The innovations reported in this research, from concept, design and actuation to applicat
442 olicy makers in India have championed cancer research, from studies to achieve low-tech, large-scale
443 late their activity are important and active research frontiers.
444 Thrasher Research Fund and Clinical Health Research Institute at
445 Research funders have primary responsibility for reducti
446 ives of industry, government (including both research funding and regulatory agencies), academia, and
447 with proteinase K for forensic, biochemical research, genetic paternity and immigration, and molecul
448 he United States dedicated to the conduct of research, graduate biomedical research education, and th
449 neuroscientists across the full spectrum of research grapple with the overwhelming volume of data be
450 tch Cancer Society (CKTO), Dutch Lung Cancer Research Group, Cancer Research UK, Manchester Academic
451 lternative stimulation targets, with several research groups actively pursuing a cortically-based dev
452 format for exchange between software tools, research groups and commercial service providers.
453 generation sequencing, expression analysis), research groups focusing on viruses can probably be coun
454 ion, about 350 members from 73 international research groups have participated in developing EVpedia.
455 lved despite being characterized by numerous research groups in the past decades.
456 Over 20 different research groups then characterized the expression patter
457 these features vary among ATs and even among research groups, leading to an overall murky picture of
458 l form of this mechanism is proposed by many research groups, our consideration of DNA looping in the
459 Recent research has also shown that behavioral therapy combined
460 Recent research has also sought to identify gene-environment (o
461 i-inflammatory potential, and 3) very little research has been conducted to test the epidemiological
462 emia and traumatic brain injures, but little research has been done on its role in the lithium chlori
463 Significant effort in optical-fibre research has been put in recent years into realizing mod
464 A major goal of pediatric cancer research has been to identify key drivers of tumorigenes
465 isms of CRPS have been suggested, and recent research has begun to explain how inflammation, the immu
466 Recent research has begun to leverage the ability of visible li
467 Recent research has begun to unravel the extent to which upstre
468 w decades of bronchiolitis clinical care and research has centered on the identification and testing
469 Although earlier research has demonstrated acoustic diodes or circulators
470 In addition, past research has demonstrated effects of PCBs on circulating
471 d by the viral integrase protein, and recent research has demonstrated that HIV-1 and MoMLV targeting
472 This research has demonstrated the successful application of
473 option of the systems approach to biological research has focused attention on the use of quantitativ
474 Rodent research has focused largely on impulsive behaviors, oft
475 Recent research has focused mainly on improving the gravimetric
476 uisitely adapted to the human host, and much research has focused on its evolution over long timescal
477 While the majority of WNT metabolism research has focused on nontransformed tissues, the role
478 terest in this population and a good deal of research has focused on the assessment of pain, but with
479 Cerebellar research has focused principally on adult motor function
480 Epidemiological, clinical, and basic research has further strengthened this association, poin
481 Significant research has gone into producing versions of these hormo
482 -based proteomics, the pace of proteogenomic research has greatly accelerated.
483 At the same time, atomic clock research has helped to advance the frontiers of science,
484 Accumulating research has highlighted a prominent involvement of K(+)
485 Recent research has identified several genes involved in xylan
486 Over the last few years, genetics research has made significant strides in identifying man
487 We find that nearly 20 years of research has produced good evidence for combination effe
488 Recent research has provided a better understanding of the phen
489 Recent research has provided additional evidence of their benef
490 After years of slow progress, recent research has reduced the translational gap between anima
491 A wealth of research has revealed that electrical synapses in the ce
492 Genetic research has shown that mutations that modify the protei
493 the ensuing weeks and months, evidence-based research has shown that preoperative and early postopera
494 ethod is best for my data?' Machine learning research has shown that so-called ensemble methods that
495 Nevertheless, research has so far identified three conceptually distin
496 Previous research has suggested that faces and words are processe
497 ed scientific results will be reliable, that research has the potential to contribute to the common g
498 Recent research has turned to how cellular and signaling compon
499 tly incurable, induced pluripotent stem cell research has uncovered some disease-relevant phenotypes.
500 e past decade, rapid advances in epigenomics research have extensively characterized critical roles f
501 Results of recent research have resulted in greater insight into the epide
502 Nearly two decades of research have revealed a number of receptor ion channels
503 s a desirable or necessary component of such research, have become increasingly controversial as the
504 UK National Institute for Health Research Health Technology Assessment Programme.
505 Indeed, Cell papers on NIA-funded research helped move the field into a genetic and molecu
506 Paleoclimate research, however, tends to focus on continental, hemisp
507 National Institute for Health Research HTA - 07/37/69.
508 ely and with limited resources compared to a research I university.
509 ication of Diseases, Diagnostic Criteria for Research (ICD-10-DCR) were randomly assigned (2:1), via
510 n implementation in R is available at http://research.ics.aalto.fi/mi/software/peakANOVA/.
511 Additionally, good research ideas often do not yield the anticipated result
512 ssive renal dysfunction and its clinical and research implications.
513 basic and translational science and clinical research in 2013 through early 2014.
514 e may contribute to strengthening biomedical research in academia and in the biotechnology and pharma
515 This article explores recent research in adolescent circadian rhythms, neurobiologica
516 Research in alcohol use has revealed a trend in which al
517 equires ever-increasing efforts, stimulating research in alternative hardware and stirring controvers
518 Research in cavity optomechanics has shown that nanomech
519 The skin provides a paradigm for current research in cell adhesion, inflammation, and tissue stem
520 tion in human and mouse will inspire similar research in CHO and BHK cells.
521 In this short piece we observe that research in computer science over the last several decad
522 sults highlight the importance of conducting research in diverse populations.
523 lysis, offering an effective way to expedite research in drug discovery, toxicology and cell-based se
524 Research in eating disorders in males has been active la
525 Future research in graphene spintronics will need to address th
526 nd a high-priority platform for translatable research in host-microbiome interactions.
527 The more traditional pharmacological research in humans has been reduced mainly as a response
528 Over the past 20 years, cancer research in India has grown in size and impact.
529 Cancer research in India is a complex environment that needs to
530 h and Ministry of Education, University, and Research in Italy; the Motor Neurone Disease Association
531 xplore key features of PSC energy metabolism research in mice and man and the impact this work is sta
532 minent contribution from neuro-ophthalmology research in multiple sclerosis has been the establishmen
533 Advances in neuro-ophthalmology research in multiple sclerosis have led to the establish
534 Recent research in nonhuman primates (NHPs) suggests that many
535 alkenes diastereoselectively, are central to research in organic chemistry.
536 rm explant culture model may also facilitate research in other fields where noninfectious and infecti
537 different data sources for pregnancy-related research in patients with rheumatic diseases.
538 elevance to both clinical medicine and basic research in skin physiology.
539 6 (from the Centre for the AIDS Programme of Research in South Africa (CAPRISA)); each antibody conta
540 Research in stretchable electronics involves fundamental
541 could have important implications for future research in the diagnosis and treatment of GC.
542 will thus be of utmost importance for future research in the field and in the clinical care of patien
543 Research in the field of CSA-AKI published within the la
544 Research in the field of gastroduodenal mucosal defense
545 the landscape of current neuro-ophthalmology research in the field of multiple sclerosis and to highl
546 We anticipate that further research in the field of OMV engineering will enable con
547 e-bank personnel should be up to date on the research in the field.
548 the utilization of BMR models for biomedical research in the fight against cancer, stroke and cardiov
549 l maintain its role in clinical practice and research in the future.
550 ency and increased access to publicly funded research in the neurosciences.
551 cal, behavioral, social, and health services research in the past decade have strengthened the eviden
552 xamine the role of comparative effectiveness research in the USA, UK, Canada, and other health-care s
553 traditionally been neglected in experimental research in the wild.
554 aradigms continue to be refined for TGCTs as research in these areas continues.
555 orders and addictions and to extend clinical research in these areas.
556 Although research in this area is still in its infancy, a better
557 actices and advocacy for pursuing meaningful research in this area will benefit clinical patient outc
558 Despite decades of research in this area, fundamental questions related to
559 Following recent research in this area, we propose a new machine learning
560 he opportunities and long-term directions of research in this area.
561 stration (MDA) campaigns and to guide future research in this area.
562 A key challenge for research in this field is to translate these findings in
563 nvestment in cross-disciplinary training and research in this nascent field.
564 n this study is thus useful to further miRNA research in wheat and other important cereal crop specie
565 ent RT027 strains have been a major focus of research; in contrast, our current understanding of RT01
566 Key areas for future research include addressing safety concerns associated w
567 Exciting areas of future research include the evolution of oenocytes and their cr
568 ICU telemedicine research including comparative effectiveness studies is
569 levant for many aspects of arthropod genomic research, including agriculture, invasion biology, syste
570 mportant resource for both basic and applied research, including genome-wide association analysis, ge
571 so investigate previously neglected areas of research, including psychosocial factors, and patients'
572 Future zebrafish research, including screening techniques, will complete
573 s toward fundamental and applied postgenomic research, including the development of new methods to co
574 Empirical research increasingly relies on newly available large-sc
575 has been used clinically in patients before, research indicates an expanding field of opportunities f
576 Recent research indicates that chronic caloric excess can lead
577 Considerable research indicates that long-term synaptic plasticity in
578 Recent research indicates that many individuals have GFR values
579 Yet for all the promises, existing research indicates that not all games are created equal:
580 xy installation hosted by the UIC Center for Research Informatics (CRI) at galaxy.cri.uic.edu.
581 Multiple research initiatives have recently been published using
582 rance mechanisms that can diminish lapses in research injurious to the public's trust.
583 Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute and Pfizer.
584 Thrasher Research Fund and Clinical Health Research Institute at Stanford University.
585 Our tool uses the National Human Genome Research Institute catalog of associations to generate i
586 Pharmacyclics Inc, Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas, Leukemia and Lymphoma Socie
587 table Trust, UK NHS, Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute, Amgen.
588 Canadian Cancer Society Research Institute, Pfizer, Canadian Institutes of Healt
589 cer UK, Hutchison Whampoa Limited, Terry Fox Research Institute, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre Foun
590 work (NNIN), an integrated partnership of US research institutions designed to facilitate nanoscale r
591 mental health peer support and an increasing research interest in peer support work (PSW), this revie
592 onics and electric vehicles have revitalized research interest in these batteries.
593 Unfortunately, despite intense research interest in this area, no approach has yet demo
594 in research articles, attracted substantial research interest recently.
595 loci (eQTL) mapping has attracted increasing research interest.
596 In the field of caffeine research, interest in and concern for energy drink consu
597 old exposure and provide impetus for further research into developing therapeutic agents aimed at the
598 Emerging research into emotional, social, and motivational domain
599 rough an integrated approach adopting recent research into existing and novel control strategies; thi
600 d cefpodoxime, although we recommend further research into extremely resistant isolates.
601 nal and provides a framework to guide future research into how environmental challenges can modulate
602 mprovements that should be made to translate research into improvements in cancer outcomes and public
603 impact of 1/f noise has motivated intensive research into its cause, and it is now believed to origi
604 nical diagnosis of aneuploidy and biomedical research into its causes is becoming common practice.
605 replacement therapy should be combined with research into low-cost renal replacement therapy and opt
606 regions, and provide a general resource for research into mammalian biology and mechanisms of human
607 rrently accelerating the pace of preclinical research into neurobiological mechanisms of disease.
608 Research into other prevention interventions, notably va
609 ew is to assess the wide breadth of emerging research into potential strategies to prevent, diagnose,
610 ole of biofilms in pathogenicity has spurred research into preventing their formation and promoting t
611 Research into PTMs has long been dominated by the invest
612 is resource serves as a framework for future research into regulation of macrophage activation in hea
613 s future investment in the monitoring of and research into reporting of research, and active implemen
614 Research into the anatomical substrates and "principles"
615 Over the last 50 years, research into the developmental plasticity of the visual
616 Thus, there is an urgent need for continued research into the epidemiology, pathogenesis, prevention
617 tion study provides a foundation for further research into the evolution, epidemiology, and ecology o
618 Further research into the interactions between SCS and pain path
619 ependently within several orders of insects, research into the molecular underpinnings of the transit
620 Furthermore, additional research into the pathophysiology of this disease will b
621 However, after decades of basic research into the signal transduction pathways that prom
622 me sequence of mungbean to facilitate genome research into the subgenus Ceratotropis, which includes
623 It can form the basis of further research into unexplained regional variations in NMSC in
624 Research investigators should be prepared to return rese
625 Because scientific research involves investigating unexplored territory, ho
626 Health services and policy research is a growing field of investigation in hepatolo
627 Unless research is adequately reported, the time and resources
628 studies involving adults, pediatric-targeted research is becoming more widely supported and pursued,
629 ate protection or, conversely, that valuable research is being subject to unnecessary requirements an
630 written protocols and poor documentation of research is common.
631 in the conduct, writing, and publication of research is desirable, some immediate action can be take
632 onsistent with the recognition that clinical research is distinct from medical care in both its aims
633 Continued research is essential to enable the best clinical manage
634 en well established in the literature, newer research is exploring nonvocational outcomes, such as qu
635 a diagnostic category guiding translational research is fraught with so many problems that the valid
636 New research is highlighting how particular areas in the fly
637 Further research is indicated to investigate adopting objective
638 More research is necessary in order to translate improvements
639 Further research is necessary to determine the cause of these fi
640 Future research is necessary to guide interventions and to expa
641 More research is needed identifying the genetics of infection
642 thout increasing treatment failure, but more research is needed in children.
643 Further research is needed in determining interventions that wil
644 ances in SSc-pulmonary hypertension, further research is needed in order to prevent/cure this deadly
645 More research is needed in this field to better understand th
646 Further research is needed on the cross-talk that occurs in the
647 Further research is needed to better define the specific applica
648 More research is needed to characterize the use (and misuse)
649 ping in mid-life to late-life; however, more research is needed to confirm these findings and determi
650 Future research is needed to design more effective surveillance
651 Additional research is needed to determine whether neuronal and gli
652 Funded research is needed to develop improved diagnosis and man
653 Further research is needed to elucidate this relationship and th
654 Although more research is needed to establish their clinical efficacy,
655 cologic therapy is lacking and further basic research is needed to find targets for treatment.
656 More research is needed to identify better tolerated treatmen
657 Additional research is needed to identify the subgroups of publicly
658 More research is needed to identify to what extent the carbon
659 Further research is needed to investigate why acute ward service
660 More research is needed to validate the parameters used in th
661 mplex than previously realized, and in-depth research is required to fully understand its regulation
662 enefit to combat sarcopenia although further research is required, particularly to identify the mecha
663 Recent research is revealing the central role of the insect inn
664 Research is still at an early stage; existing biomarkers
665 er, their popularity in contemporary genomic research is still limited by high cost and error rates.
666 n this review, the latest progress on SAMHD1 research is summarized and the mechanisms by which SAMHD
667 Implicit in this research is the assumption that the geographic locations
668 One major goal of HIV-1 vaccine research is the development of a vaccine that can elicit
669 A key issue in current HTLV-I research is to better understand the dynamic interaction
670 A key challenge for future research is to identify the molecular interaction betwee
671 A long-standing goal in plant research is to optimize the protective function of bioch
672 One of the most desirable goals of graphene research is to produce ordered two-dimensional (2D) chem
673 The reliability of scientific research is under scrutiny.
674 ime and resources invested in the conduct of research is wasted.
675 Despite 3 decades of research, it is not known if these viruses play a causal
676 undergraduates in both the classroom and the research lab.
677 l microarrays that can be performed in basic research laboratories and point-of-care settings for rou
678 Working at the Crossmodal Research Laboratory in Oxford, Charles Spence tries to a
679 In research, lack of coordinated effort, flaws in study des
680 ertension (PAH) has altered the clinical and research landscape for PAH patients and their care provi
681 The neuroscience research landscape has changed dramatically over the pas
682 tomechanical effect, is an emerging field of research, largely driven by the development of novel mol
683 tical interplay between clinical testing and research leading to gene-disease association discovery.
684 , the practicalities of using UAVs for field research limit their use to specific applications and se
685 to the analysis of molecular surveys and to research linking genomic characteristics to life history
686 An integration of the available research literature suggests that changes in sleep and c
687 e scarcity of tumour specimens available for research, little is currently known about this rare dise
688 Review, we discuss recent advances in taste research, mainly from the fly and mammalian systems, and
689 Despite decades of research, management of a septic parturient and her fetu
690 Third, researchers and research managers should increase the efficiency of recr
691 by improving access to useful, high-quality research materials and information.
692 Theory-driven research may advance the understanding of eco-evolutiona
693 cal researchers and laboratory scientists in research methods and design, and the involvement of stak
694 Despite the increasing interest in outcomes research, methods to develop COSs have not yet been stan
695 Software available at http://research.microsoft.com/en-us/um/redmond/projects/MSCompB
696 International comparisons research might help to improve health systems and preven
697 While these are standard biomedical research models, mice and rats provide a limited perspec
698 ation technology has emerged as a target for research, motivated by its ubiquitous applications.
699 al attention only in recent years as biofuel research moves toward producing drop-in fuels.
700 Seventh Framework Programme for Research, National Institute for Health Research, Wellco
701 ork Programme, National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health, the Norwegian N
702 sing prospects for an HCV vaccine and future research needs for the hepatitis viruses.
703 More research needs to be carried out on the safety profile a
704 alth, Department of Defense, Early Detection Research Network, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, and
705 oordination Unit, and the UK National Cancer Research Network.
706 m A Pidgley, UK National Institute of Health Research (NIHR) University College London Hospitals/UCL
707 ncer Research, Canadian Institute for Health Research, NIHR Cambridge Biomedical Research Centre, The
708 Despite years of research, no effective therapy is yet available for the
709 upport this process, but despite 30 years of research, no evidence for a goal direction representatio
710 A large body of accumulated research now demonstrates a variety of cognitive abiliti
711 delivery, with more than 20 years of intense research now realized in a number of successful human cl
712 anscription factors are widely used in basic research, numerous differences between induced pluripote
713 ion of South Africa, Foundation for Clinical Research of Eastern Switzerland (OSKK), Grupo Espanol de
714 Alex Schier looks back at the life and research of his graduate mentor and friend Walter Gehrin
715 We review research of interventions, which are mostly about matern
716 Continuing attention to emerging trends in research of sex chromosome aneuploidies is important for
717 en known for decades, recent advances in the research of shape memory polymers demand a unified appro
718 eveloped a novel framework to encourage more research of this kind.
719 The research of using DF as a measure of herbicides in the l
720 Human research on action inhibition in stimulant dependence ha
721 There is new research on acute mountain sickness associated with infl
722 thermore, we provide a valuable resource for research on Arabidopsis early embryogenesis.
723 Some argue that genetic research on biospecimens poses minimal risk; others argu
724 Despite ongoing research on Campylobacter virulence mechanisms, little i
725 European Union, WHO International Agency for Research on Cancer.
726 Recent research on childhood and adolescent immunizations has f
727 Research on childhood and adolescent vaccinations contin
728 Most research on cooperation has implicitly assumed that a pe
729 This review compiles the expanding body of research on D. gallinae and assesses options for its cur
730 the past decade has also seen an upsurge in research on dengue virology, pathogenesis, and immunolog
731 s have been investigated in animal and human research on drug addiction.
732 Research on emerging infectious wildlife diseases has pl
733 Here we review recent research on epidemiology and biology related to malaria
734 atures in human and rodent, has inspired new research on functional anatomy of Tourette syndrome.
735 Research on global ice-volume changes during Pleistocene
736 We reviewed recent epidemiological research on HIV in transgender women and show that trans
737 Much of the recent research on homogeneous alkane oxidation has focused on
738 Research on how these proteins function at the DNA break
739 Genetic research on human biospecimens is increasingly common.
740 ace to protect confidentiality, most genetic research on human biospecimens poses minimal risk to don
741 n the form of conjugated molecules, yet past research on identifying these compounds has largely reli
742 review will examine and summarize the latest research on IPS.
743 ry retention and provides a basis for future research on its genetic basis.
744 Recent research on long noncoding RNAs (lncRNAs) has expanded o
745 Research on LTA structure and function represents a larg
746 pics covered include the inadequacy of trial research on medical devices, problems with industry-spon
747 Research on methods for the inference of networks from b
748 The findings bridge rodent and human research on passive avoidance and behavioral inhibition
749 BCCTBbp is dedicated to maximising research on patient tissues by initially storing genomic
750 pment of stem cell-based therapies and basic research on pluripotency and early lineage commitment.
751 This review includes research on prostate cancer biomarkers in blood publishe
752 from across the globe met to discuss current research on regeneration, organ morphogenesis and self-o
753 Research on regular marijuana use highlights a unique su
754 Here we highlight two lines of research on reward-modulated perceptual decision making
755 To date, research on root branching has focused on lateral root d
756 fossil preservation are becoming a focus of research on root evolution because they retain edaphic a
757 Despite decades of research on spatial memory, we know surprisingly little
758 Research on the basics of how and why retinal cells die
759 Further research on the ecological and evolutionary processes af
760 We examine the latest research on the emerging bile acid-gut microbiome axis a
761 Existing research on the extensive Chinese censorship organizatio
762 seases have been improved through decades of research on the genetics, signaling pathways, and cellul
763 Recent research on the gut microbiota has largely been driven b
764 that our LPHV mouse model will be useful for research on the pathogenesis of nairoviral haemorrhagic
765 cal immune pathways and opens new avenues of research on the role of injury during defense against in
766 To review research on the use of circulating biomarkers to predict
767 Many years of careful but mostly descriptive research on these cells highlights their diverse sizes,
768 Further research on this population, including those who drop ou
769 chanisms involved; and to highlight exciting research opportunities for the future.
770 ociations between diseases, disease etiology research or drug design.
771 nt and applications of Cas9 for a variety of research or translational applications while highlightin
772 Despite decades of research, our understanding of how the coronary vasculat
773 s (SLE) has been a rapidly expanding area of research over the last decade.
774 harvesting, have represented a hot field of research over the last two decades due to the compelling
775 n genome sequence has transformed biomedical research over the past decade.
776 murine model has become a vital tool for HCV research owing to the development of humanized mice susc
777 n actionability threshold for return and the research participant has consented to return, genomic re
778 regarding which genomic results to return to research participants and how.
779 genomic variants were returned to individual research participants via their local clinical genetics
780 s regarding the return of genomic results to research participants.
781 tially diagnostic findings to clinicians and research participants.
782 ents available to be contacted for potential research participation.
783 lable at http://bioinformaticstools.mayo.edu/research/patterncnv/, and R package at https://github.co
784 From a biomedical research perspective, it is also important to identify a
785 Research pertaining to the visual system in multiple scl
786 An emerging area of research pertains to the newly described bone-testis axi
787 Nearly 50 years of archaeological research point to the Clovis complex as having developed
788 munity engagement and empowerment, continued research, political will, structural and policy reform,
789 is available at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/chembl/research/ppdms/pfam_maps.
790 adoption of network inference in biomedical research practice is lagging behind.
791 requires a strong commitment to trustworthy research practices, as well as mechanisms that diminish
792 s cultural adjustments to incentivize better research practices.
793 he prevalent use of Drosophila in laboratory research, precise measurements of food intake remain cha
794 s how avoidable waste can be considered when research priorities are set.
795 A major research priority has been the identification of the mRN
796 Most of the research probing aspects of cell division has experiment
797 tions, network alignment is now an important research problem.
798 We discuss a number of open research problems that can be addressed within the same
799 f publication bias and identify the stage of research production at which publication bias occurs: Au
800 collected by the Palmer Long Term Ecological Research program (PAL-LTER) to determine how large-scale
801 tment of Defense Infectious Disease Clinical Research Program and US National Institutes of Health In
802 for Health and Caring Sciences and Strategic Research Program in Care Sciences at Karolinska Institut
803 Intramural Research Program of the Vaccine Research Center, Nationa
804 n these connections and outline a systematic research program that could turn these individual links
805 US National Institutes of Health Intramural Research Program.
806 Institute for Health Research Public Health Research Programme funded the assessment (09/3010/06).
807 The National Institute for Health Research Programme Grants for Applied Research programme
808 Health Research Programme Grants for Applied Research programme.
809 and Genomics (eMERGE) Network are multisite research programs that aim to develop practical strategi
810 nsiderable infrastructure and integration of research programs.
811 Recent research progress has identified numerous therapeutic ta
812 ce, therapeutic options, and pathobiological research progress in childhood-and adolescent-onset mult
813 take as our illustrative case study a recent research project investigating public values and attitud
814 be freely downloaded at http://hulab.ucf.edu/research/projects/miRNA/miRModule.
815 rged about whether comparative effectiveness research promotes rationing of cancer care.
816 reely available at http://www.stats.ox.ac.uk/research/proteins/resources.
817 Contemporary research provides grounds for improved recognition, diag
818 Ongoing research provides new insights into biopsychosocial cont
819 Although in its infancy, advancing this research provides the promise of predicting health-relat
820 The National Institute for Health Research Public Health Research Programme funded the ass
821 Research publication can both communicate and miscommuni
822 t cancer with use of an in-depth analysis of research publications from India.
823 at are currently available for collaborative research purposes.
824 After identification of an important research question and selection of an appropriate study
825 ized neural feedback mechanisms is an active research question.
826 Review, we discuss the present evidence and research questions regarding prevention, early detection
827 nstitutions need to teach broadly and devise research questions that can be addressed safely and with
828 However, these lines of research raise thorny ethical concerns about the moral s
829 e emphasis of this review is on the clinical research rather than laboratory or molecular research.
830 se in annual global investment in biomedical research--reaching US$240 billion in 2010--has resulted
831 winned metals have been the focus of intense research recently, as twin boundaries may greatly enhanc
832 f the psychological mechanisms in theory and research regarding placebo effects.
833 Investigator-initiated myositis research registries and biorepositories have proven extr
834 We have identified 46 myositis research registries, including many with biorepositories
835 nction of which, even after over 20 years of research, remains largely unknown.
836 re, we present a review of the large body of research reported in the past few years on polycrystalli
837 mplementation of the findings to ensure that research reports better address the needs of the range o
838 MA, and ARRIVE aim to improve the quality of research reports, but all are much less adopted and adhe
839 that are routinely integrated into clinical research reports.
840 Language used to describe clinical research represents a powerful opportunity to educate vo
841 of possible chemical combinations, mixtures research represents real-life exposure scenarios and war
842 tiatives either are focused on computational research reproducibility (i.e. data analysis) or laborat
843 is a comprehensive, authoritative and timely research resource of curated descriptions of human genes
844 r Dystrophy Association, National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of Health, and H
845 h investigators should be prepared to return research results and incidental findings discovered in t
846 under what circumstances, and how to return research results and significant incidental findings to
847 tions is clear: change the current system of research rewards and regulations to encourage better and
848 rs of this clade play important economic and research roles.
849 lable at http://bioinformaticstools.mayo.edu/research/rvboost/.
850 an Services, Swiss Group for Clinical Cancer Research (SAKK), Frontier Science and Technology Researc
851 rial Methodology for Process Verification in Research (sbv IMPROVER) initiative.
852 ance of a clinical reporting system within a research setting are substantial.
853 nfection, and clinical disease outcomes in a research setting.
854 diarrheal stool is desirable in clinical and research settings to efficiently determine the etiology
855 proper use of this term in the clinical and research settings.
856 able recommendations should be considered in research settings.
857 er to communication in both the clinical and research settings.
858 of tumor specimens in both the clinical and research settings.
859 In the field of glycomics research, several different techniques are used for stru
860 Third, investment in additional research should always be preceded by systematic assessm
861 More research should be carried out to identify which conditi
862 known to reduce inefficiencies, and further research should be done to learn how efficiency can be i
863 First, ways to improve the yield from basic research should be investigated.
864 Adequate reports of research should clearly describe which questions were ad
865 Subsequent research should consider treatment strategies tailored f
866 Future research should extend and clarify these findings using
867 Future research should focus on validating the use of MRI to se
868 Further research should focus on whether inhibition of inflammas
869 Future research should include identification of subgroups of c
870 indings suggest that the surge in microbiome research should incorporate examination of the enteric v
871 eatment of asymptomatic individuals, further research should strive to define the degree to which sub
872 Our research showed that miR-15b promotes HBV replication by
873 Previous research showed that synthetic RNA oligonucleotides can
874 New research shows that a previously identified haplotype of
875 Our research shows that genetic associations can be analyzed
876 Research shows that HKT transporters provide a potent me
877 Recent research shows that our innate capacity to adapt our mov
878 cript and instructions can be found at strug.research.sickkids.ca, and at https://github.com/strug-la
879 Research so far has concentrated on the 20 or so recentl
881 rial Methodology for Process Verification in Research) Species Translation Challenge, which focused o
882 We also discuss research, still in its infancy, performed on other two-d
883 uited according to its own analytical goals, research strategies and resources available, not only co
884 The need for new research strategies in psychiatry is urgent.
885 foundation for subsequent hypothesis-driven research strategies.
886 Further clinical research studies are needed to validate biomarkers for d
887 and analysis of biomedical and public health research studies can produce misleading results and wast
888 e examines recent health services and policy research studies in hepatology and liver transplantation
889 As more research studies incorporate next-generation sequencing
890 achievable within a large-scale rare disease research study to allow feedback of potentially diagnost
891 en phenotypic variables exceed the number of research subjects-data called 'high-dimensional data'-re
892 own unknowns" that would benefit from future research, such as the enigmatic C-terminal domain of OGA
893 Recent empirical research suggests a crucial role for heavy subsidies.
894 Recent research suggests that executive abilities emerge from c
895 Some recent research suggests that preferential inhibition by memant
896 Emerging research suggests that resurgent current is preferential
897 ork are available at http://dlab.clemson.edu/research/Sulfation.
898 In addition, several lines of research support that reducing the magnitude of decline
899 For example, I argue that genomic research supports a radical transformation in our unders
900 Research supports the need for multimodality and individ
901 epidemiological studies, clinical prediction research, surveys, and qualitative studies.
902 d and has made many lasting contributions to research, teaching, and our profession, for which we are
903 representing all relevant stakeholders and a research team experienced in outcomes research, the scop
904 The current research tested whether these behavioral dissociations c
905 By far, the area of research that has expanded the most is aimed at enhancin
906 Fourth, sources of information about research that is in progress should be strengthened and
907 We conclude by suggesting areas of potential research that may reveal more about these critical sites
908 ed spectroscopic techniques for nucleic acid research that takes advantage of high-flux and high-bril
909 l framework for the interpretation of future research that will guide the next advances in the field.
910 e them provide a resource for photosynthetic research that will inform efforts to engineer improvemen
911 blished risk factors in those regions and to research the unique behavioral and environmental determi
912 Despite 35 years of research, the definitive etiologic agent associated with
913 Following over two decades of research, the malaria vaccine candidate RTS,S has reache
914 Despite decades of research, the role of induction chemotherapy (ICT) in th
915 and a research team experienced in outcomes research, the scope and setting of the core set should b
916 thical challenges raised by such programs of research: the possibility of a unified knowledge of "the
917 n by unifying recent findings from different research themes such as timing, behavioral goal, and exp
918 or the potential of pursuing gamma-secretase research therapeutically.
919 Despite many years of research, there are no effective vaccine and no antivira
920 Despite limitations in research, there is strong evidence in the existing liter
921 ces surrounding its discovery and subsequent research through the 1980s that revealed its unusual mol
922 ention, data monitoring, and data sharing in research through use of research designs known to reduce
923 ced diarrhoea, appropriate multidisciplinary research to assess meaningful endpoints is urgently requ
924 hine learning is commonly applied in genomic research to construct a classifier from the training dat
925 ed two IFN antagonists and performed further research to determine how and at which step in the IFN i
926 Research to develop and validate novel methods for diagn
927 in waste resulting from decisions about what research to do.
928 mitochondrial health, prompting a flurry of research to identify their mitochondrial targets.
929 on the advances in RNA polymerases I and III research to include presentations on RNA polymerase IV a
930 pluripotent stem cells from laboratory-based research to industrial-scale biomedicine.
931 by endoscopic approaches have driven ongoing research to refine indications, define outcomes and expl
932 There is also a need for research to support land use decisions to reconcile econ
933 to transition personalized medicine from the research to the clinical setting, healthcare providers w
934 Clinical cancer research today often includes testing the value of bioma
935 Optogenetics has become an important research tool and is being considered as the basis for s
936 of insulin release and may offer a valuable research tool for the interrogation of KATP channel func
937 ough the zebrafish has been established as a research tool over the past two to three decades, in hem
938 hould increase the utility of marijuana as a research tool to better understand the eCB system, which
939 proteins in E. coli that can serve as both a research tool to study essential gene function and an ap
940 adation in bacteria would provide a powerful research tool.
941 Here we describe the use of a set of research tools that can irreversibly bind to and affect
942 in the treatment of multiple myeloma and as research tools.
943 Feature selection is an important research topic in bioinformatics, to date a large number
944 aplotype reconstruction remains as an active research topic, mainly owing to the computational challe
945 Further emphasis on research training and workforce development in this area
946 g effects on health and decades of intensive research, treatments remain largely supportive.
947 Symptom Management Research Trials (SMaRT) Oncology-3 is a parallel-group,
948 eatments are currently available, other than research trials, patients may have difficulty in getting
949 Cancer Research UK, Lymphoma Research Trust, Lymphoma Association, and Roche.
950 Cancer Research UK (C569/A5032), National Health and Medical Re
951 New South Wales (Sydney, Australia), Cancer Research UK (London, UK), Centers for Disease Control an
952 Cancer Research UK (UK) and the National Health and Medical Res
953 Cancer Research UK and Chief Scientist Office of the Scottish G
954 C Centre on Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's Research UK, and Texas Tech University Health Sciences C
955 Centre, The University of Cambridge, Cancer Research UK, Cambridge Cancer Charity, Prostate Cancer U
956 Cancer Research UK, EORTC Charitable Trust, UK NHS, Canadian Ca
957 ch Council, British Heart Foundation, Cancer Research UK, European Union, WHO International Agency fo
958 Cancer Research UK, Lymphoma Research Trust, Lymphoma Associati
959 O), Dutch Lung Cancer Research Group, Cancer Research UK, Manchester Academic Health Science Centre T
960 Heart Research UK, Simplyhealth, and US National Institutes of
961 t affect HDR is of great importance both for research use and therapy.
962 y to identify 4 additional pathogens using a research-use-only protocol.
963 This research used 14 maize and 16 wheat data sets with diffe
964 rts better address the needs of the range of research users.
965 1997 to 2010 in the CALIBER (CArdiovascular research using LInked Bespoke studies and Electronic hea
966 l serve as a primary resource for biomedical research using the rat model.
967 lignancies and present future directions for research utilizing these inhibitors.
968 esults have implications for future virology research, vaccine development, and virology as a whole.
969 the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (Veni-incentive), the Dutch Epilepsy Foundation
970 rial Methodology for PROcess VErification in Research) was designed as a series of challenges to addr
971 To inform public health policy and future research, we estimated the global burden of cancer attri
972 euroscience, anthropology, and brain-imaging research, we propose the hypothesis that the evolution o
973 ers remain undefined and necessitate further research, we will discuss a known specific role they pla
974 for Research, National Institute for Health Research, Wellcome Trust (UK), Swedish Association of Lo
975 National Institute for Health Research, Wellcome Trust, and Medical Research Council.
976 ERP results were consistent with previous research when comparing unknown faces and words; however
977 Here, we describe the pathway of ncRNA research, where every established "rule" seems destined
978 een computational modelling and experimental research which are driving progress in this area.
979 metapopulation biology and eco-evolutionary research, which has the putative ancestral karyotype of
980 ound impact on basic primate neurophysiology research while providing a framework for the development
981 l to contribute to the common good, and that research will be conducted ethically.
982 Future research will focus on new diagnostics and treatments of
983 Future research will hopefully define specific risk prediction
984 any of the scales currently used in dementia research will not be sufficiently demanding to identify
985 arly social and moral evaluation as shown by research with infants and children documenting the notio
986 ncy outcomes in the setting of observational research, with a particular focus on the studies of mate
987 wo decades have seen an enormous increase in research work in this area, generating a series of new f
988 Several problems relate to the research workforce, including failure to involve experie
989 me an integral part of clinical practice and research worldwide.
990 uch methods are useful to efforts to promote research worthy of the public's trust.
991 seminal studies opened a flourishing area of research, yet much remains to be discovered.
992 it the premier model organism in biomedical research, yet the two mammals differ in significant ways
993 ated with any particular host remains little researched.
994 ry bowel disease, which has been extensively researched, and radiation-induced gastrointestinal toxic
995 e populated by humans, has a relatively well-researched archaeology, but an understanding of its gene
996 For this Series paper, we researched contemporary publications, classified militar
997 wing comparison with closely-related, better-researched crop pathogens.
998 condition, anoxia, has yet to be extensively researched in V. vulnificus.
999 Many avenues of gut related health are being researched, including reduction of diarrhoea, immune sti
1000 advantages over current and other currently researched solutions.
1001 ate these related results and facilitate the researches for the community, we conducted manual text-m
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