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  • adv. In a pathophysiologic manner.


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  • It could even be the flagship disease in that longed-for pathophysiologically based classification system.


  • We think it is pathophysiologically linked to menstrual synchrony.

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  • KHATRI: Asthma generally pathophysiologically is about the same.

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  • Cell-selective targeted drug delivery has emerged as one of the most significant areas of biomedical engineering research, to optimize the therapeutic efficacy of a drug by strictly localizing its pharmacological activity to a pathophysiologically relevant tissue system.

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  • At mechanisms better; optimally this will be a small this point, the researcher returns to the labora - number of pathophysiologically observable pro - tory bench to design critical experiments (see cesses, for example the pinpointing of one or two Figure 4.2). types of cells which are etiological.

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  • But with the pathophysiologically based classification system that the book says will solve this problem decades away, it’s no wonder that the APA wants to keep a tight lid on the proceedings.


  • "We are excited that our mGluR2 NAM has shown that it can improve memory in this pathophysiologically relevant model.

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