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- Mucoviscidosegerelateerde diabetes mellitus
No evidence for a provoking role of nutritional factors in distal intestinal obstruction syndrome
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- No evidence for a provoking role of nutritinal factors in distal intestinal obstruction syndrome
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- Relation between fatty acid composition and clinical status or genotype in cystic fibrosis patients
- An assessment of validity in entrepreneurship research
- Serum zinc concentrations of the CF population above the age of 4 years: a cross sectional evaluation
- sun exposure rather than oral supplements determines vitamin D levels (VDSL) in cystic fibrosis
- clinical Effect of zinc supplements in cystic fibrosis patients
- No evidence for provoking rule of nutritional factors in distal intestinal obstruction syndrome (DIOS)
- No evidence for provoking role of nutritional factors in distal intestinal obstruction syndrome (DIOS)
- An assessment of validity in small business and entrepreneurship research
- Observations on compatibility between Bulinus truncatus and Schistosoma haematobium in the Senegal River Basin.
- Ankle bracing in running: the effect of a Push(r) type medium ankle brace upon movements of the foot and ankle during the stance phase
- Failure of mebendazole in treatment of human hookworm infections in the southern region of Mali.
- Circulating anodic and cathodic antigen in serum and urine of mixed Schistosoma haematobium and S-mansoni infections in Office du Niger, Mali.
- The effects of isolation on the mechanics of the human heel pad.
- THE MECHANICAL-PROPERTIES OF THE HUMAN HEEL PAD - A PARADOX RESOLVED.