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Performance of four ribosomal DNA regions to infer higher-level phylogenetic relationships of inoperculate euascomycetes (Leotiomyceta).
The inoperculate euascomycetes are filamentous fungi that form saprobic, parasitic, and symbiotic associations with a wide variety of animals, plants, cyanobacteria, and other fungi. The higher-levelExpand
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The natural history, ecology, and epidemiology of Ophidiomyces ophiodiicola and its potential impact on free-ranging snake populations
Ophidiomyces ophiodiicola, the causative agent of snake fungal disease, is a serious emerging fungal pathogen of North American-endemic and captive snakes. We provide a detailed literature review,Expand
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Decreased heart rate variability is associated with higher levels of inflammation in middle-aged men.
BACKGROUND Many traditional risk factors for coronary artery disease (CAD) are associated with altered autonomic function. Inflammation may provide a link between risk factors, autonomic dysfunction,Expand
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Comparison of prostate IMRT and VMAT biologically optimised treatment plans.
Recently, a new radiotherapy delivery technique has become clinically available--volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT). VMAT is the delivery of IMRT while the gantry is in motion using dynamic leafExpand
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Phase I study of twice-weekly gemcitabine and concurrent thoracic radiation for patients with locally advanced non-small-cell lung cancer.
PURPOSE To determine the maximum tolerated dose (MTD) and dose-limiting toxicity of twice-weekly gemcitabine and concurrent thoracic radiation in patients with Stage IIIa/IIIb non-small-cell lungExpand
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Rectal dose reduction with IMRT for prostate radiotherapy
Dose escalation in radiation therapy has led to increased control rates with some clinical trial evidence that rectal toxicity may be reduced when using intensity‐modulated radiotherapy (IMRT) overExpand
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Sequential multiple-assignment randomized trial design of neurobehavioral treatment for patients with metastatic malignant melanoma undergoing high-dose interferon-alpha therapy
Background Interferon-alpha therapy, which is used to treat metastatic malignant melanoma, can cause patients to develop two distinct neurobehavioral symptom complexes: a mood syndrome and aExpand
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Pleiotropy of C-reactive protein gene polymorphisms with C-reactive protein levels and heart rate variability in healthy male twins.
Reduced heart rate variability (HRV) and increased C-reactive protein (CRP) levels are both predictors of coronary artery disease and correlate with each other. We examined whether these 2 phenotypesExpand
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Cuspidatispora xiphiago gen. et sp. nov. from an eastern North American creek
An interesting aquatic ascomycete was found that appeared to possess characteristics of some members of the Sordariales. Subsequent sequencing of the 28S large subunit rDNA and β-tubulin genesExpand
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Changes in oxygenation during radiotherapy in carcinoma of the cervix.
PURPOSE The aim of this study was to investigate changes in tumor oxygenation, assessed by polarographic needle electrode measurements, following fractionated external beam radiotherapy in carcinomaExpand
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