+ Resolve Article
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter

+ Translate
+ Subscribe to Site Feed
GeoScience Most Shared ContentMost Shared Content

Mechanisms underlying mirror movements Normal and pathological

, : Mechanisms underlying mirror movements Normal and pathological. Journal of Physiology (Cambridge) 518P: 30S-31S, July


Other references

Binder, V., 1990: Chronic inflammatory bowel disease--status over 30 years of research and development. Ugeskrift for Laeger 152(50): 3792-3796

Chatfield, JE., 1992: Burnham Beeches revisited. Conchologists' Newsletter, 66-70 No. 122

Zhang, J.; Zuo, T.; Peterson, T., 2014: Generation of tandem direct duplications by reversed-ends transposition of maize ac elements. Tandem direct duplications are a common feature of the genomes of eukaryotes ranging from yeast to human, where they comprise a significant fraction of copy number variations. The prevailing model for the formation of tandem direct duplications is...

McCarthy, B.W., 1984: Strategies and techniques for the treatment of inhibited sexual desire. This paper, based on a clinical sample of 20 couples and 10 males without partners, presents a cognitive-behavioral model for conceptualizing and treating inhibited sexual desire. Tentative hypotheses and observations are made including: 1) there...

Davies,G.M.; Legg,C.J., 2008: Developing a live fuel moisture model for moorland fire danger rating. Fuel moisture plays a crucial role in determining fuel flammability and fire behaviour but most models of fire hazard only refer to dead fuel assuming that it is the most important component driving fire behaviour. In a number of fuel types, parti...

Golubska, B.; Szalaty, H., 1974: Influence of immunosuppressive drugs on replication of Col MM virus and productive of interferon in vivo. Archivum Immunologiae et Therapiae Experimentalis 22(4): 445-456

Nosikov, V.V.; Braga, E.A.; Karlishev, A.V.; Zhuze, A.L.; Polyanovsky, O.L., 1976: Protection of particular cleavage sites of restriction endonucleases by distamycin A and actinomycin D. It is shown here that distamycin A and actinomycin D can protect the recognition sites of endo R.EcoRI, EcoRII, HindII, HindIII, HpaI and HpaII from the attack of these restriction endonucleases. At proper distamycin concentrations only two endo R...

Podkin, O.; Diakunchak, S., 1981: Susceptibility of cereals to the pathogen of blast disease. Biulleten' Nauchno tekhnicheskoi informatsii Vsesoiuznyi nauchno issledovatel'skii institut risa: 0) 63-64

Monseu G.; Baonville M., 1981: Treatable dementias of the adult etiology diagnosis and treatment. Revue Medicale de Bruxelles Nouvelle Serie 2(6): 559-568

Salvador, J.M.ria; Hollander, M.C.ristine; Cheng, C.; Haj Elsafi, H.; Nguyen, A.T.u; Speranski, S.; Mittelstadt, P.; Ashwell, J.D.; Fornace, A.J.J., 2003: A role for the Gadd45 gene family as autoimmune disease suppressor genes by their regulation of T cell proliferation. Proceedings of the American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 44: 556, July