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Depression during mania. Treatment response to lithium or divalproex.
BACKGROUND Little information exists from controlled studies about clinical characteristics that predict treatment response in mania. The presence of depressive symptoms during manic episodes may beExpand
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Extending the range of pentasubstituted cyclopentadienyl compounds: The synthesis of a series of tetramethyl(alkyl or aryl)cyclopentadienes (Cp∗R), their iridium complexes and their catalytic
Abstract Tetramethyl(alky or aryl)cyclopentadienes were synthesized and the organometallic half-sandwich iridium complexes of the form [(η5-Cp∗R)Ir(aa)Cl], Cp∗R = tetramethyl(phenyl)cyclopentadienylExpand
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WATER QUALITY DURING TWO HIGH-FLOW YEARS ON THE LOWER MISSOURI RIVER: THE EFFECTS OF RESERVOIR AND TRIBUTARY CONTRIBUTIONS
Complex socioeconomic and ecological issues, ranging from impaired streams to Gulf of Mexico hypoxia, have made nutrient management an increasingly important issue across the USA. High flows duringExpand
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Is Shallow Water a Suitable Surrogate for Assessing Efforts to Address Pallid Sturgeon Population Declines
It is hypothesized that slow, shallow water habitats benefit larval pallid sturgeon Scaphirhynchus albus; however, testing this hypothesis is difficult, given the low number of larval pallid sturgeonExpand
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Soil CO2 efflux and net ecosystem exchange following biomass harvesting: Impacts of harvest intensity, residue retention and vegetation control
Biomass harvesting removes more woody material than would be taken with conventional forest harvesting. Harvesting residues, left on site are an important substrate for micro-organisms that maintainExpand
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Maintenance clinical trials in bipolar disorder: design implications of the divalproex-lithium-placebo study.
Maintenance studies in bipolar disorder have received increased attention in recent years. The interest is driven by apparent contradictions between results of early placebo-controlled trials ofExpand
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Effect size of efficacy measures comparing divalproex, lithium and placebo in acute mania
Effect size (ES) is a statistical concept that can be used to improve the interpretation of results from psychopharmacological studies. ES may aid interpretation of results when sample size isExpand
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