Serge Abiteboul Peter Buneman Georges Gardarin Hans-Detlef Gerhardt Kuan-Tsae Huang Masaru Kitsuregawa Dennis McLeod Antoni Oliv K. Ramamohanarao Peter Scheuerman Kenneth Sevcik Yannis Vassiliou Stanley Zdonik Michel Adiba Walter A. Burkhard Steven A. Demurjian Georg Gottlob Tadao Ichikawa Tosiyasu L. Kunii Robert A. Meersman Alain Pirotte Andreas Reuter Gunter Schlageter Arne Solvberg Kyu-Young Whang

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The significance of the amount of remaining buccal dentin plate of the dowel channel in resisting root fracture under horizontally directed load was investigated. Forty cast gold dowels and cores(More)
Acetyl CoA carboxylase contents in liver cytosol of rats refed a high carbohydrate diet or injected with insulin were measured by an immunoassay method in order to evaluate the effects of dietary(More)
The elastomeric impression materials used in this study exhibited comparable clinical accuracy when properly handled. In general, they were significantly more accurate than reversible hydrocolloid.(More)
An experiment was conducted to observe the effect of fluctuations in temperature on the marginal seal of full veneer cast gold crowns. Forty crowns were fabricated and allotted into two groups of 20(More)
The purpose of this study was to construct a Korean version of the Geriatric Social Readjustment Questionnaire (K-GSRQ), to investigate its applicability to the elderly and to compare cross-cultural(More)
Antinuclear antibodies are present in most patients receiving procainamide. To ascertain whether IgG antiguanosine antibodies are associated with the development of the symptoms of systemic lupus(More)
8:30 AM Invited Controlling the Properties of Some Ordered Ti-Based Alloys: M. H. Loretto1; X. Wu1; D. Hu1; R. Botten1; D. Horspool1; Y. G. Li1; 1The University of Birmingham, IRC in Matls. for High(More)
A study was conducted to compare the retentive properties of the obturator-reinforced composite resin dowel and core systems with and without corrugated dentin surfaces in the dowel channels. A(More)