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Bacteria arise at the border of mycoplasma-infected HeLa cells, containing cytoplasm with either malformed cytosol, mitochondria and endoplasmic reticulum or tightly adjoined smooth vacuoles

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Sesso, A; Yamashiro-Kanashiro, EH; Arruda, LB; Kawakami, J; Higuchi, MDL; Orii, NM; Taniwaki, NN; … Taga, R; + view all Sesso, A; Yamashiro-Kanashiro, EH; Arruda,...
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Evidence that conflict regarding size of haemodynamic response to interventricular delay optimization of cardiac resynchronization therapy may arise from differences in how atrioventricular delay is kept constant

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Sohaib, SMA; Kyriacou, A; Jones, S; Manisty, CH; Mayet, J; Kanagaratnam, P; Peters, NS; … Francis, DP; + view all Sohaib, SMA; Kyriacou, A; Jones,...
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Mysteries in embryonic development: How can errors arise so frequently at the beginning of mammalian life?

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by Isabell Schneider, Jan Ellenberg Chromosome segregation errors occur frequently during female meiosis but also in the first mitoses of mammalian preimplantation development. Such errors...
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Distinct metabolic adjustments arise from acclimation to constant hypoxia and intermittent hypoxia in estuarine killifish (Fundulus heteroclitus) [RESEARCH ARTICLE]

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Brittney G. Borowiec, Grant B. McClelland, Bernard B. Rees, and Graham R. Scott Many fish experience daily cycles of hypoxia in the wild, but the...
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Ectopic beats arise from micro-reentries near infarct regions in simulations of a patient-specific heart model.

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Related Articles Ectopic beats arise from micro-reentries near infarct regions in simulations of a patient-specific heart model. Sci Rep. 2018 Nov 06;8(1):16392 Authors: Oliveira RS,...
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Cross-dimensional magnitude interactions arise from memory interference

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Cai, ZG; Wang, R; Shen, M; Speekenbrink, M; (2018) Cross-dimensional magnitude interactions arise from memory interference. Cognitive Psychology , 106 pp. 21-42. 10.1016/j.cogpsych.2018.08.001 . Source...

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