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343831 occurrences (No.54 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [no cache] 500 found
1) Response to masitinib, not tumour grade, s
2) owed a dramatic increase in expression in response to (R)-TEMOSPho treatment.
3) In response to AP trains in FS neurons, AR oc
4) These data suggest that, in response to ARIS and SMIS, sequential gati
5) in the progression of CD and in the host response to C.
6) We found that subjective craving response to Cues was significantly reduced
7) Ps and self-reported cigarette craving in response to Cues.
8) e are able to restore caspase activity in response to DNA damage.
9) mulating γ-H2AX formation, at Ser-721 in response to DNA damage.
10) ls retrieved autobiographical memories in response to Danish and English high- or lo
11) This is a response to Dr Joseph Mazor's paper 'The c
12) ranscription factor genes were altered in response to EE2 and DES.
13) endent deacetylase, as a modulator of the response to EGFR inhibitors in colon and l
14) No sex-specific effects in response to ELS were observed for DAT, who
15) Concurrently, the response to GABAergic and glycinergic syna
16) 2 expression is an adaptive intracellular response to LaCl3 -induced oxidative stres
17) genes inhibited p53-mediated apoptosis in response to Nutlin-3 treatment in non-infe
18) numbers into the transplantation site in response to O-hMSCs.
19) nvolved in the impaired IFN-γ release in response to Pseudomonas in the lung of CLP
20) ogen, express P-selectin and aggregate in response to SFLLRN and AYPGFK, the activat
21) involved in LSD1-dependent cell death in response to UV-C.
22) Contractility in response to a muscarinic receptor agonist,
23) This ergogenic response to a peripheral sensory input is
24) orm strip of cytoplasm starts to crawl in response to a perturbation which breaks th
25) cells markedly exhibited chemokinesis in response to a specific antigen.
26) s miRNA regulation and function in tissue response to acute ischemia, focusing on mi
27) to stress and establish that high EDA in response to acute stress depends on caregi
28) This study compares EDA in response to acute stress in the laboratory
29) Caregivers showed lower EDA in response to acute stress than non-caregive
30) ice also express short-term depression in response to afferent stimulation frequenci
31) lth surveillance programmes may change in response to altering requirements or perce
32) ources of uncertainty, with the strongest response to ambiguous tallies of evidence
33) er spine and frontal plane knee motion in response to an increase in speed when comp
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(1)146 to (14)4 proteins (27)3 time (40)2 following
(2)32 *null* (15)4 rates (28)3 times (41)2 from
(3)31 and (16)4 that (29)3 which (42)2 including
(4)22 of (17)4 the (30)2 (ABR) (43)2 latency
(5)21 rate (18)3 at (31)2 (DDR) (44)2 mediated
(6)14 was (19)3 during (32)2 (UPR) (45)2 or
(7)13 in (20)3 elements (33)2 after (46)2 rate)
(8)8 selection (21)3 models (34)2 are (47)2 rates,
(9)7 surface (22)3 options (35)2 boundaries (48)2 such
(10)6 data (23)3 properties (36)2 delays (49)2 theory
(11)6 is (24)3 strategies (37)2 effects (50)2 validity
(12)4 for (25)3 style (38)2 element (51)2 were
(13)4 patterns (26)3 suppression (39)2 evaluation

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--- WordNet output for response --- =>反応, 応答, 返答, 返報, 反響, 答唱句 Overview of noun response The noun response has 7 senses (first 5 from tagged texts) 1. (11) response -- (a result; "this situation developed in response to events in Africa") 2. (11) reaction, response -- (a bodily process occurring due to the effect of some antecedent stimulus or agent; "a bad reaction to the medicine"; "his responses have slowed with age") 3. (6) answer, reply, response -- (a statement (either spoken or written) that is made to reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation; "I waited several days for his answer"; "he wrote replies to several of his critics") 4. (4) reception, response -- (the manner in which something is greeted; "she did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors") 5. (1) response -- (a phrase recited or sung by the congregation following a versicle by the priest or minister) 6. reply, response -- (the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange; "he growled his reply") 7. response -- (the manner in which an electrical or mechanical device responds to an input signal or a range of input signals) --- WordNet end ---