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    “…CAR-transduced T cells (CART cells) expressing second-generation G36-CD28-TCRζ exhibited more potent in vitro antitumor effects on CAIX(+) RCC cells than first-generation G36-CD8-TCRζ including cytotoxicity, cytokine secretion, proliferation, and clonal expansion. …”
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    “…In further less polar TDN-generation fractions (36–44 and 45–50), glycosidic progenitors were absent; instead, a minor TDN formation most likely from non-conjugated constituents was observed.…”
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    “…From fits to the data, the NO concentrations at the source surfaces were 120 pm to 1.4 nm, and the underlying rates of NO generation were 36–350 nm/s, depending on area. Our measurements are 4–5 orders of magnitude lower than reported by some electrode recordings in cerebellum or hippocampus. …”
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    “…The data show (a) labeled RMP equilibrate between a grafted labeled nucleus and an unlabeled host nucleus in ca. 3 hr, but are detectable in the latter less than 30 min after the operation; (b) STP label does, indeed, leave the nucleus and does so at a rate of ca. 25% of the nuclear total per cell generation (ca. 36–40 hr at 23°C); (c) the cytoplasm appears to have a reserve of material that is converted to RMP; (d) when labeled cells are amputated just before they would have divided and are refed unlabeled food after each amputation, there is a loss of 20–25% of the nuclear protein label with each amputation; (e) under the latter circumstances, an essentially complete turnover of all nuclear protein can be demonstrated.…”
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    “…PD was more prevalent in the new- than old-generation MWs (36.2% versus 28.2%, P < 0.001). The elevated risk of PD in the new- versus old-generation remained significant after controlling for potential confounders (OR=1.51, P < 0.001). …”
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    “…Pharmacological management was implemented in 90.4% of cases and mainly included second-generation antipsychotics (36.5%). Non-pharmacological interventions consisted of those related to delirium and therapy for anxiety. …”
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    “…Compared to fresh neutrophils isolated the day of testing, MSC-conditioned neutrophils had an average increase in phagocytosis, degranulation, shedding, and ROS generation of 36.9%, 62.7%, 50.3%, and 37.8%, respectively. …”
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    “…The number of participants in each of 5 centres varied from 16 (12.6%) to 35 (27.6%). 57.9% patients preferred the new-generation lenses, 36.5% the older-generation lenses, and 5.6% had no preference (p = 0.01). …”
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    “…The most frequently used antibiotics for community-acquired infections were third-generation cephalosporins (36.8%), followed by β-lactam/β-lactamase inhibitors (11.8%) and carbapenems (11.3%) whereas for the patients with hospital-acquired infections, the most common antibiotics used were carbapenems (32.7%), followed by β-lactam/β-lactamase inhibitors (15.7%), third-generation cephalosporins (11.7%) and colistin (11.7%). …”
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    “…OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to examine the structure of eHEALS scores and the degree of measurement invariance among US adults representing the following generations: Millennials (18-35-year-olds), Generation X (36-51-year-olds), Baby Boomers (52-70-year-olds), and the Silent Generation (71-84-year-olds). …”
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    by Rossetto, Cyprian C., Pari, Gregory
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    “…Because of the apparent duplication of the PAN RNA locus in BAC36, we generated BAC36CR, a recombinant BACmid that removes the duplicated region. …”
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    “…We present two datasets generated from 36 samples from three poultry breeds using high-throughput RNA-Seq and liquid chromatography coupled with mass spectrometry acquisition (LC/MS). …”
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    “…How these functionalities are coordinated to effectively respond to DNA damage remains unknown. We generated Brcc36 deubiquitylating enzyme (DUB) inactive mice to address this gap in knowledge in a physiologic system. …”
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    “…We conducted a retrospective analysis to validate the YouScript(®) PGx interaction probability (PIP) algorithm, which predicts patients for whom PGx testing would identify one or more evidence-based, actionable drug–gene, drug–drug–gene, or drug–gene–gene interactions (EADGIs). PIP scores generated for 36,511 patients were assessed according to the results of PGx multigene panel testing. …”
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    “…A total of 305.24 Gb of clean bases were generated from 36 libraries of which 175.76 Gb was from the resistant variety and 129.48 Gb from the susceptible variety. …”
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    “…A Noccaea caerulescens genomic library was generated, containing 36,864 fosmid pCC1FOS™ clones with insert sizes ∼20–40 kbp, and screened with a PCR-generated HMA4 genomic probe. …”
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