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270181 occurrences (No.97 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [cache]
218) Compared to controls, ACE2 and Mas recepto
219) Compared to controls, electrostimulated ce
220) In addition, compared to controls, CI users displayed a
221) weeks after injection of 10% OC-Fe3O4 NPs compared to controls, but the effect was t
222)  < 0.016) in patients at diagnosis compared to controls, in accordance with r
223) y of laser groups was significantly lower compared to placebo and control groups (p
224) The end of pain occurred earlier in laser compared to placebo and control groups (p
225) until exhaustion increased significantly compared to placebo by 4.12 s (95% CI 1.21
226) occlusal splint therapy (p < 0.05) compared to placebo group (p < 0.05
227) 5) among women who received multivitamins compared to placebo.
228) photon flux in the BDNF-treated NSC group compared to untreated NSC (p = 0.049) and
229) ion, and greater functional recovery when compared to untreated NSCs.
230) f animals injected with BDNF-treated NSCs compared to untreated NSCs.
231) 3-fold when encapsulated within hydrogels compared to untreated cells.
232)  < 0.001) improved survival (96%) as compared to untreated fish (78% survival).
233) Compared to Exo(Normoxic) , Exo(Hypoxic) s
234) f proteins in Exo(Hypoxic) (160 proteins) compared to Exo(Normoxic) (62 proteins), p
235) nd HSP70), and Annexin II in Exo(Hypoxic) compared to Exo(Normoxic) .
236) Exo(Hypoxic) have smaller average size as compared to Exo(Normoxic) .
237) associated with higher swallowing scores compared to all other allele combinations
238) on coefficient (1.032 × 10-6 cm/h) compared to all other formulations.
239) Gender-referred children were elevated compared to all other groups for Item 9, a
240) Survival of group D was prolonged compared to all other groups.
241) Compared to patients without current hallu
242) y significantly higher RBC aggregation as compared to patients with moderate preecla
243) (PSI), and lower A, β and Aβ parameters compared to patients without events [1.84
244) inhalational anesthetic requirements when compared to patients without liver disease
245) Compared to an alternative explanation bas
246) tion and increased bone regeneration when compared to an anorganic bovine bone xenog
247) Gambler interview data was compared to an expert 'map' of risk-percep
248) that ARM-NLC had significantly lower flux compared to drug solution (ARM-SOL).
249) NLC had better brain targeting efficiency compared to drug solution.
250) se in drug release and bioavailability as compared to drug suspension from SNEDDS fo
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(1)105 the (10)6 conventional (19)3 group (28)2 groups
(2)23 those (11)5 controls, (20)3 pure (29)2 its
(3)19 control (12)5 placebo (21)2 TCDD (30)2 long
(4)14 a (13)5 untreated (22)2 age-matched (31)2 non-Hispanic
(5)12 that (14)4 Exo(Normoxic) (23)2 baseline (32)2 non-transgenic
(6)10 controls (15)4 all (24)2 bur-prepared (33)2 people
(7)10 other (16)4 patients (25)2 children (34)2 plain
(8)9 healthy (17)3 an (26)2 controls), (35)2 previous
(9)9 their (18)3 drug (27)2 experimental (36)2 vehicle

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--- WordNet output for compared --- =>前年同期比で(は) Overview of verb compare The verb compare has 4 senses (first 3 from tagged texts) 1. (57) compare -- (examine and note the similarities or differences of; "John compared his haircut to his friend's"; "We compared notes after we had both seen the movie") 2. (12) compare -- (be comparable; "This car does not compare with our line of Mercedes") 3. (9) compare, liken, equate -- (consider or describe as similar, equal, or analogous; "We can compare the Han dynasty to the Romans"; "You cannot equate success in financial matters with greed") 4. compare -- (to form the comparative or superlative form on an adjective or adverb) --- WordNet end ---