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Activation of the Ca(2+)-sensing receptor increases renal claudin-14 expression and urinary Ca(2+) excretion.
Kidney stones are a prevalent clinical condition imposing a large economic burden on the healthcare system. Hypercalciuria remains the major risk factor for development of a Ca(2+)-containing stone.Expand
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CARAVAN: Congestion Avoidance and Route Allocation Using Virtual Agent Negotiation
Traffic congestion becomes a cascading phenomenon when vehicles from a road segment chaotically spill on to successive road segments. Such uncontrolled dispersion of vehicles can be avoided by evenlyExpand
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Multi-agent based vehicular congestion management
In rapidly growing transportation networks, traffic congestion can result from inefficient traffic control infrastructure or ineffective traffic control measures. Existing congestion managementExpand
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Free radical scavenging activity of aqueous extract of roots of Baliospermum montanum Muell-Arg
Free radical scavenging potential of the aqueous extract of roots of Baliospermum montanum Muell-Arg, a medicinal plant, was evaluated by using diphenyl-picryl-hydrazyl (DPPH) assay and nitric oxideExpand
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Investigating vehicle-to-vehicle communication for cooperative car parking: The CoPark approach
Significant time is wasted and fuel consumed as a result of vehicles cruising inside carparks looking for vacant carpark spaces, especially with an increasing number of vehicles on the road. ThisExpand
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Cooperative vehicles for robust traffic congestion reduction: An analysis based on algorithmic, environmental and agent behavioral factors
Traffic congestion continues to be a persistent problem throughout the world. As vehicle-to-vehicle communication develops, there is an opportunity of using cooperation among close proximity vehiclesExpand
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Investigating vehicle-to-vehicle communication for cooperative car parking: The CoPark approach
Significant time is wasted and fuel consumed as a result of vehicles cruising inside carparks looking for vacant carpark spaces, especially with an increasing number of vehicles on the road. ThisExpand
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Passengers’ perceptions of personal security on public transport: qualitative research report
The research objectives of this study were to explore: 1. Awareness of measures to increase passengers’ sense of personal security when using public transport; 2. The impact of different types ofExpand
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