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321496 occurrences (No.66 in the rank) during 5 years in the PubMed. [no cache] 500 found
1) Under the Clayton copula, the conditional
2) Under the assumption that, with unaccusati
3) Under the baseline scenario where the medi
4) Under the conditions of the present experi
5) Under the control conditions, responses ap
6) Under the stimulus of progesterone, this m
7) Under the strict model and the relax model
8) Cx43 mRNA dropped in 2D under the 'BNNTs + US' regimen, while
9) e thresholds required for maximum payment under the Quality and Outcomes Framework i
10) C) curve as a graphical tool and the area under the ROC (AUROC) as a summary measure
11) re was significant difference in the area under the ROC curve (AUC) only of HPC wome
12) Area under the ROC curve (AUC) was calculated f
13) ed that sensitivity, specificity and area under the ROC curve were not different fro
14) The area under the ROC curves of the OSC was signif
15) and when the magnitude of the odds ratio under the alternative hypothesis lies betw
16) acy generally decreases as the odds ratio under the alternative hypothesis moves upw
17) ective of the magnitude of the odds ratio under the alternative hypothesis.
18) rity margin odds ratio and the odds ratio under the alternative hypothesis.
19) lue of the coefficient was less than 0.05 under the alternative model.
20) NA in samples from resource-poor settings under the assumption that asymptomatically
21) ng of dermatologists and a microbiologist under the auspices of the Danish Society o
22) n Ontario, Canada, have set up a campaign under the banner 'More nurses, better care
23) o the bioequivalence guidelines, the area under the blood concentration - time curve
24) versus 11.29 μg/ml), and a higher area under the concentration-time curve (AUC) (
25) Besides, the ratios of mean area under the concentration-time curve (AUC)(0
26) n, gills and alimentary tract disappeared under the conditions of captivity, with th
27) anced by 2∼6 h of WAS aerobic digestion under the conditions of natural sludge pH
28) 00A7 did not show anti-microbial activity under the conditions tested.
29) ls and generation of germ cells from OSCs under the contribution of an OSC niche tha
30) CFU-E/Pro-EB fate is under the control of a complex molecular n
31) ouse expressing green fluorescent protein under the control of a promoter containing
32) as previously transfected into Hela cells under the control of either the cytomegalo
33) gulation of TCA cycle components that are under the control of oncogenes and tumour
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(1)95 the (18)4 these (35)2 axial (52)2 of
(2)13 different (19)3 high (36)2 censoring (53)2 optimal
(3)12 a (20)3 investigation (37)2 clinical (54)2 physiological
(4)9 general (21)3 light (38)2 consideration (55)2 pulsatile
(5)8 both (22)3 local (39)2 controlled (56)2 scanning
(6)8 which (23)3 mechanical (40)2 current (57)2 serum-free
(7)7 various (24)2 *null* (41)2 evaluation (58)2 several
(8)6 conditions (25)2 12 (42)2 ex (59)2 simulated
(9)6 curve (26)2 15 (43)2 extreme (60)2 specific
(10)6 static (27)2 2 (44)2 four (61)2 steady-state
(11)5 and (28)2 CA (45)2 hypertensive (62)2 therapy
(12)4 5 (29)2 CT (46)2 hypoxia (63)2 this
(13)4 certain (30)2 H2O2-induced (47)2 hypoxic (64)2 time
(14)4 control (31)2 UV (48)2 inflammatory (65)2 treatment
(15)4 either (32)2 acute (49)2 laser (66)2 ultrasound
(16)4 in (33)2 additive (50)2 lateral (67)2 vertical
(17)4 normal (34)2 adverse (51)2 mortality (68)2 water

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--- WordNet output for under --- =>以下の, (治療, 試練, 刑罰)を受けて, 下部の, の下に, ・・の下に Overview of adj under The adj under has 2 senses (first 2 from tagged texts) 1. (2) nether, under -- (located below or beneath something else; "nether garments"; "the under parts of a machine") 2. (1) under -- (lower in rank, power, or authority; "an under secretary") Overview of adv under The adv under has 8 senses (first 1 from tagged texts) 1. (2) under -- (down to defeat, death, or ruin; "their competitors went under") 2. under -- (through a range downward; "children six and under will be admitted free") 3. under -- (into unconsciousness; "this will put the patient under") 4. under -- (in or into a state of subordination or subjugation; "we must keep our disappointment under") 5. under -- (below some quantity or limit; "fifty dollars or under") 6. under -- (below the horizon; "the sun went under") 7. under -- (down below; "get under quickly!") 8. under, below -- (further down; "see under for further discussion") --- WordNet end ---