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Evidence for distinct modes of solar activity
Aims. The Sun shows strong variability in its magnetic activity, from Grand minima to Grand maxima, but the nature of the variability is not fully understood, mostly because of the insufficientExpand
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The tobacco alkaloid nicotine demonstrates genotoxicity in human tonsillar tissue and lymphocytes.
Recent studies suggest a direct contribution of nicotine, the addictive component of tobacco and tobacco smoke, to human carcinogenesis. To assess the genotoxicity of nicotine, the DNA-damagingExpand
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Blickdiagnose Sprachverständnisstörungen – Die diagnostische Güte von Experten- und Elternurteilen
BACKGROUND: Receptive language disorders affect the whole language, cognitive and emotional development of children. There are inconsistent data about the percentage of receptive language disordersExpand
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Evaluation of vascular endothelial growth factor addition in vitro on mouse inner ear progenitor cell cultures
We analyzed progenitor cell cultures of inner ear tissue from newborn mice, and found proliferating cells, morphologically differentiating cells and subpopulations of cells expressing either neuronalExpand
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INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON ACOUSTICS MADRID , 2-7 SEPTEMBER 2007 EXPLORATION OF VOCAL-FOLDS AND VENTRICULAR-BANDS INTERACTION IN SINGING USING HIGH-SPEED CINEMATOGRA PHY AND ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHY PACS :
The human vocal-folds vibratory system is a non-linear dynamical system. Evidences of bifurcation, period-doubling and chaotic behaviours have been found in the study of voiced sounds in speech andExpand
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Towards a basic protocol for functional assessment of substitution voices: preliminary results of an international trial
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We performed an international trial with a newly developed multidimensional assessment protocol for substitution voices based on the European Laryngological Society protocol for ‘common dysphonia’. Expand
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Exploration of vocal-folds and ventricular-bands interaction in singing using high-speed cinematography and electroglottography
The human vocal-folds vibratory system is a non-linear dynamical system. Evidences of bifurcation, period-doubling and chaotic behaviours have been found in the study of voiced sounds in speech andExpand
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