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437431 occurrences (No.38 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [no cache] 500 found
1) Through the fouth-instar and the early fif
2) artner since age 18 continued to increase through the 2000s, but that the likelihood
3) opts a nuclear localisation in all nuclei through the 4-cell stage of development, w
4) ndent kinases that prevent the cell going through the G1/S phase transaction.
5) and digestive juice reflux into the lungs through the GBF.
6) nt and Progress Summary (MTPS), developed through the Hawaii Child and Adolescent Me
7) ca by crossing an intermittent connection through the Isthmus of Panama at or after
8) ral arteries, confirming anterograde flow through the LAD and LCx, and myocardial sc
9) t AJUBA negatively regulates YAP activity through the LATS family, and inactivation
10) LSD continues to spread through the Middle East region and poses a
11) m, 2012) is available from the authors or through the Psychometrika online repositor
12) ply accessory innervation to the mandible through the TCN.
13) nd widespread availability of the vaccine through the Vaccines for Children program,
14) reduction of an external hernia sac back through the abdominal wall but where its c
15) o an activation of inflammatory mediators through the action of calcineurin and NF-
16) gen-regulated gene expression is mediated through the actions of the transcription f
17) molabile enzyme, which might be a product through the adaptation process of PAMC 259
18) ficity of the receptor-ligand interaction through the adhesion of INS-1 cells (a rat
19) This was accomplished through the administration of measures to
20) ffectively and maintained at higher level through the application of novel ethosomal
21) Moreover, through the application of the pathogenici
22) sually attributed to different flow paths through the aquifer that can rarely be ide
23) The electrode is driven to the middle ear through the attic.
24) ended method involves passing silk thread through the back of the pulmonary vessels
25) Second, a Penrose drain is passed through the back of the vessels.
26) aintain the ability to expand the culture through the biomaterial.
27) ecific cell barriers they may disseminate through the body beyond the original targe
28) storation of an extensively decayed molar through the bonding of a fragment obtained
29) kness increased, the time needed to drill through the bone increased.
30) ic neurotransmission, and flux of lactate through the brain.
31) n shown that the laser energy transmitted through the ceramic material decreases to
32) emote, non-targeted cells by diffusion or through the circulation.
33) Bacteria invaded the inner ear through the cochlear aquaduct.
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(1)113 the (12)3 biological (23)2 direct (34)2 low
(2)51 a (13)3 both (24)2 evidence (35)2 maternal
(3)11 an (14)3 cortical (25)2 focus (36)2 paracrine
(4)10 which (15)3 histological (26)2 four (37)2 promoting
(5)5 their (16)3 infancy (27)2 human (38)2 rat
(6)4 activation (17)3 interaction (28)2 information, (39)2 reward
(7)4 its (18)3 simulation (29)2 inhibition (40)2 skin
(8)4 median (19)2 2012 (30)2 interactions (41)2 such
(9)4 three (20)2 August (31)2 international (42)2 these
(10)4 use (21)2 PCR-based (32)2 intersection
(11)3 analysis (22)2 different (33)2 interviews

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--- WordNet output for through --- =>直通の, のために, の間じゅう, 終わって, を貫いて, の中を通って, のいたるところに, を通じて Overview of adj through The adj through has 2 senses (first 1 from tagged texts) 1. (4) done, through, through with -- (having finished or arrived at completion; "certain to make history before he's done"; "it's a done deed"; "after the treatment, the patient is through except for follow-up"; "almost through with his studies") 2. through -- ((of a route or journey etc.) continuing without requiring stops or changes; "a through street"; "a through bus"; "through traffic") Overview of adv through The adv through has 5 senses (first 3 from tagged texts) 1. (5) through -- (from beginning to end; "read this book through") 2. (2) through -- (over the whole distance; "this bus goes through to New York") 3. (1) through -- (to completion; "think this through very carefully!") 4. through -- (in diameter; "this cylinder measures 15 inches through") 5. through, through and through -- (throughout the entire extent; "got soaked through in the rain"; "I'm frozen through"; "a letter shot through with the writer's personality"; "knew him through and through"; "boards rotten through and through") --- WordNet end ---