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1) nly involved location was plantar region (including the heel) and pigmented color wa
2) libraries derived from different tissues (including the liver, kidney, and spleen),
3) ostridium difficile and Escherichia coli (including the most recent haemolytic uraem
4) ion, and increased total HG surface area (including the second gyrus).
5) ng that alters the utilization of glucose including the "Warburg effect" is critical
6) age 6.15 weeks) completed questionnaires, including the Crying Patterns Questionnair
7) Mail-out survey design (n=263) including the Depression Anxiety Stress Sc
8) itutive activation of signaling pathways, including the MAPK and AKT pathways, which
9) hat all regions of the peptide are rigid, including the N-terminal part often believ
10) completed neuropsychological evaluations including the Wechsler Intelligence Scale
11) steps are determinant in these responses, including the activation of transcriptiona
12) Full ophthalmologic examination including the best corrected visual acuity
13) splayed increased CT in a number of areas including the bilateral superior temporal
14) geometric complexity of natural objects, including the brain.
15) is to be seen as a deliberative process, including the child, the parents and the n
16) in the care of a critically ill patient, including the common errors to avoid.
17) categorized into four experimental groups including the comparison group (n = 4), no
18) ovessel flow are successfully reproduced, including the deformability of particulate
19) Several prospective research hypotheses including the development of new analytica
20) A expression in three independent cohorts including the discovery (n = 80), trai
21) lding 618 differentially expressed genes, including the downregulation of TGFB1 and
22) mputed tomography (CT) knee joint models, including the femur, tibia and patella and
23) in their use in biotechnological systems, including the field of environmental remed
24) marked embryonic and larval development, including the formation of the optic cup,
25) of the citizens' deliberative practices, including the government's conventional te
26) ods of 45 and 90 days, and block sections including the grafted area were obtained.
27) elvectomy where an entire lower extremity including the hemipelvis is removed with d
28) to the right inferior temporal structures including the hippocampus and extending to
29) n demand-side and supply-side constraints including the influence of health system r
30) ound in several motor and premotor areas, including the left ventral premotor cortex
31) rate specificity for multiple medications including the lipid lowering drug, atorvas
32) asm that may present in myriad locations, including the lower extremities, pelvic ar
33) The most commonly used procedures, including the official methodologies, appl
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(1)55 the (10)3 all (20)2 an (29)2 lower
(2)28 13 (11)3 cell (21)2 angiogenesis, (30)2 lung
(3)11 a (12)3 our (22)2 appropriate (31)2 many
(4)7 those (13)3 reduced (23)2 autism (32)2 questions
(5)5 in (14)3 their (24)2 changes (33)2 studies
(6)5 its (15)3 three (25)2 depression, (34)2 topical
(7)4 2 (17)2 3 (26)2 improved (35)2 two
(8)4 both (18)2 37 (27)2 increased
(9)3 age, (19)2 activated (28)2 induction

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--- WordNet output for including --- =>含む Overview of verb include The verb include has 4 senses (first 4 from tagged texts) 1. (234) include -- (have as a part, be made up out of; "The list includes the names of many famous writers") 2. (32) include -- (consider as part of something; "I include you in the list of culprits") 3. (18) include -- (add as part of something else; put in as part of a set, group, or category; "We must include this chemical element in the group") 4. (8) admit, let in, include -- (allow participation in or the right to be part of; permit to exercise the rights, functions, and responsibilities of; "admit someone to the profession"; "She was admitted to the New Jersey Bar") --- WordNet end ---