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270181 occurrences (No.97 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [cache]
281) y of life is lower for people with autism compared to people without autism, and tha
282) m experience a much lower quality of life compared to people without autism.
283) ther enhancement in drug dissolution when compared to plain drug and marketed tablet
284) eability coefficient (Papp) from S-SNEDDS compared to plain drug.
285) Compared to previous research on adults wi
286) ically changing sets of problem instances compared to previous approaches.
287) ker) aggravated stress ulcer formation as compared to vehicle treated CRS exposed ra
288) x and GSH and elevations in brain MDA, as compared to vehicle treated CRS rats.
289) er numbers of previous sexual assaults as compared to youth who offended against non
290) ave higher risk and criminogenic needs as compared to youth who only sexually offend
291) ic genetic diversity of 0-0.97% for nad1, compared to 0-0.42% for ITS-2.
292) ients, 29 % (n = 5) of asthma patients compared to 0.05 % (n = 1) of the contr
293) ucing memory impairment in rats (2 mg/kg) compared to 0.5 or 1 mg/kg dose.
294) ated in 11.6% of the homeless population, compared to 0.7% in the BGPS.
295) orted experiencing gender discrimination, compared to 0.9% among men.
296) as 21.1 and 28.4% in the US respectively, compared to 11.5 and 12.9% in MX (p < 0
297) side effects and treatment outcomes were compared to 14 contemporary control patien
298) .5% and 19.2% mortality, respectively, as compared to 14.2% and 10% in groups that w
299) ield and shikonin contents were obtained, compared to 16.32 and 1.81 % from a conve
300) dian DFI for the study group was 185 days compared to 172 days for the control group
301) quely in 6 to 12 months before death when compared to 18 to 24 months before death.
302) at 60.1% activation in the same test case compared to 19.2% activation using default
303) pt levels of all HDACs were found in BUCC compared to 20 normal mucosas, and these w
304) HLA-B51 was found in 63.0% of BD patients compared to 20.7% of the healthy control s
305) % of patients who received reconstruction compared to 23.3% in patients who did not
306) hibited a cumulative release of 86.69% as compared to 25.19% for the pure drug.
307) nvolved 32 T2DM, and 31 T2DM-CVD subjects compared to 29 healthy controls without an
308) n DEX-treated cultures was 37.79% in NLCs compared to 29.24% in lymphocytes).
309) The MST of the study group was 311 days compared to 294 days for the control group
310) women reported lowest HPV knowledge when compared to 2nd and 3rd generation women.
311) Data were compared to 30 healthy control subjects.
312) ly 22% degradation based on mass loss, as compared to 34% for uncrosslinked mats at
313) ± 2.74 μg mL(-1) in inflamed conditions compared to 38.13 ± 2.20 μg mL(-1) obtai
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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 ---