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Olefin Rearrangements Assisted by a Molecular Metal−Oxo Surface: The Chemistry of Calix[4]arene Tungsten(IV)
This report deals with the olefin rearrangements achieved on a W-calix[4]arene oxo fragment that mimicks a heterogeneous metal−oxo surface both in the results and the chemical pathways. The olefinExpand
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[Monitoring infant growth: comparative use of WHO standards and French national reference curves].
The WHO curves published in 2006 reflect the exact growth of infants who are exclusively breast-fed for at least 4 months. These curves are universal but not widely used in France. At 2-3 months,Expand
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[Visual screening in 3- to 5-year-old preschool children: Maternal and Infant Welfare evaluation program in the Hauts-de-Seine district, France].
INTRODUCTION Prevalence of visual impairment is estimated at 15% at the age of 5 years. Early visual screening is essential to prevent the risk of amblyopia and treat strabismus. The Maternal andExpand
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[Health checkups for children of 3-4 years of age in the Hauts-de-Seine department (France): results and prospects].
INTRODUCTION A mission of the department's State Maternal and Child Welfare Service is to organize the first checkups for children attending nursery schools. Here, we present the data of theExpand
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Helicobacter pylori resistance to clarithromycin in Reunion Island.
OBJECTIVE The increasing resistance of Helicobacter pylori to clarithromycin led to developing new eradication treatment regimens. The objective of our observational study was to determine theExpand
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[Social inequalities in health in 4 year-old children in the Hauts-de-Seine (France)].
The social effects on health described in France on newborn and 5- to 6-year-old children suggest the existence of a social gradient among the youngest children. The favoured, though unequal, socialExpand
[Early visual screening appears essential to detect complete amblyopia risk and to treat strabismus earlier].
INTRODUCTION Early medical examinations performed in 2-, 4-, 9-, and 24-month-olds need to set up a technique adapted to infants and children. The aim of this study was to describe the technique andExpand
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