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It has generally been believed that, within the context of the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) theory of superconductivity, the conduction electrons in a metal cannot be both ferromagnetically ordered and superconducting. Even when the superconductivity has been interpreted as arising from magnetic mediation of the paired electrons, it was thought that the(More)
We report the magnetic field dependence of the specific-heat C of single crystals of the first Pr-based heavy-fermion superconductor Pr(Os4Sb12. The variation of C at low temperature and the magnetic phase diagram inferred from C, the resistivity and magnetization provide compelling evidence of a doublet ground state. Two distinct superconducting anomalies(More)
CONTEXT Graft vascular disease remains a significant source of morbidity and mortality in heart transplant patients. The influence of acute cellular rejection on the development of graft vascular disease is controversial. OBJECTIVE To determine the relationship between mean acute cellular rejection score and the presence of atherosclerosis or fibrointimal(More)
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