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Virulence Regulation with Venus Flytrap Domains: Structure and Function of the Periplasmic Moiety of the Sensor-Kinase BvgS.
Dupré, Elian; Herrou, Julien; Lensink, Marc F.; Wintjens, René; Vagin, Alexey; Lebedev, Andrey; Crosson, Sean; Villeret, Vincent; Locht, Camille; Antoine, Rudy. University of Chicago.
Home-Based Walking Exercise and Supervised Treadmill Exercise in Patients With Peripheral Artery Disease: An Individual Participant Data Meta-Analysis.
Thangada, Neela D.; Zhang, Dongxue; Tian, Lu; Zhao, Lihui; Rejeski, W. Jack; Ho, Karen J.; Ferrucci, Luigi; Spring, Bonnie; Kibbe, Melina R.; Polonsky, Tamar S.; Criqui, Michael H. University of Chicago.
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- NDLTD, the Networked Digital Library
of Theses and Dissertations. NDLTD provides information and a
search engine for electronic
theses and dissertations (ETDs), whether they are open access or not.
- Proquest Theses and Dissertations (PQDT), a database of
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for access information.