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1) ke" haplotypes, and the (TTC)7/7 genotype associated with the "H1-like" haplotypes (
2) t rate responses, and subjective exertion associated with the 2 tests.
3) ts completed a battery of executive tasks associated with the Cambridge Neuropsychol
4) However, BMI tertiles were not associated with the ORs of diabetes after
5) im of the study was to assess the factors associated with the anticoagulation treatm
6) ve effects observed in the study could be associated with the antioxidant properties
7) tional study was to determine the factors associated with the attitudes toward prema
8) the phylogeny of the culturable bacteria associated with the coral was analyzed bas
9) The neurobiological mechanisms associated with the development of psychos
10) iR-21 and the miR17/92 cluster, have been associated with the disrupted BMPR2 pathwa
11) ergence in these traits is believed to be associated with the early stages of specia
12) Tobacco dependence is associated with the emergence of negative
13) e following: (i) wall position variation, associated with the endothelial cells' (EC
14) Transfection efficiency is directly associated with the expression level and q
15) rmation of four coronary artery aneurysms associated with the fracture of a sirolimu
16) rmine the prevalence, factors and reasons associated with the frequent use of public
17) 10 to determine the possible risk factors associated with the high prevalence of chi
18) Among SGAs, olanzapine and clozapine are associated with the highest metabolic risk
19) disease, or cerebrovascular diseases were associated with the highest mortality.
20) he complex microbial communities that are associated with the human body.
21) dy dissatisfaction, as well as by beliefs associated with the importance of weight a
22) core of the skin effect was significantly associated with the levels of suspended pa
23) B1 and B12 and vitamin D deficiencies are associated with the malabsorptive procedur
24) Walking was significantly associated with the number of destination
25) ith an unsanitary living environment were associated with the nutritional status of
26) is to determine the differential factors associated with the occurrence of deaths o
27) We accounted for uncertainty associated with the parameter estimates us
28) , interleukin-1α (IL-1α) is found to be associated with the pathogenesis of AD.
29) ticular service characteristics that were associated with the perceived outcomes.
30) Finally, decreased activity associated with the pitch memory task occu
31) ncreased activity in more posterior areas associated with the pitch memory task, in
32) 3-related channels and several SNAREs are associated with the pore.
33) vidual differences in executive functions associated with the prefrontal cortex (PFC
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(1)51 the (16)4 significantly (31)2 being (46)2 less
(2)31 a (17)3 FIQ (32)2 diabetes (47)2 many
(3)12 increased (18)3 cancer (33)2 different (48)2 maternal
(4)12 lower (19)3 chronic (34)2 early (49)2 nephrolithiasis
(5)9 higher (20)3 more (35)2 excessive (50)2 normal
(6)8 an (21)3 other (36)2 faster (51)2 parenchymal
(7)7 decreased (22)3 perceived (37)2 female (52)2 physical
(8)6 poor (23)3 shorter (38)2 gene (53)2 positive
(9)5 both (24)3 smoking (39)2 genetic (54)2 reductions
(10)5 greater (25)3 specific (40)2 good (55)2 stress
(11)4 adverse (26)2 JS (41)2 having (56)2 them
(12)4 negative (27)2 SWD (42)2 high (57)2 this
(13)4 poorer (28)2 alterations (43)2 implementation (58)2 undernutrition
(14)4 reduced (29)2 altered (44)2 improvements (59)2 very
(15)4 significant (30)2 any (45)2 internalizing

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--- WordNet output for associated --- Overview of verb associate The verb associate has 3 senses (first 3 from tagged texts) 1. (25) associate, tie in, relate, link, colligate, link up, connect -- (make a logical or causal connection; "I cannot connect these two pieces of evidence in my mind"; "colligate these facts"; "I cannot relate these events at all") 2. (3) consort, associate, affiliate, assort -- (keep company with; hang out with; "He associates with strange people"; "She affiliates with her colleagues") 3. (1) consociate, associate -- (bring or come into association or action; "The churches consociated to fight their dissolution") --- WordNet end ---