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10/2003, ISBN 0309086140, 372
Birth outcomes have improved dramatically worldwide in the past 40 years. Yet there is still a large gap between the outcomes in developing and developed... 
Prevention | Maternal health services | Mortality | Infant health services | Fetal death | Developing countries | Fetus | Newborn infants | Mothers | Diseases
10/2003, ISBN 9780309086080, 270
Each year more than 4 million children are born with birth defects. This book highlights the unprecedented opportunity to improve the lives of children and... 
Prevention | Pregnancy | Abnormalities, Human | Maternal health services | Complications | Mortality | Developing countries | Newborn infants | Diseases
Food Reviews International, ISSN 8755-9129, 01/1992, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 4
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Journal of the American Chemical Society, ISSN 0002-7863, 05/1978, Volume 100, Issue 10, pp. 3034 - 3043
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NATURE COMMUNICATIONS, ISSN 2041-1723, 09/2019, Volume 10, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 17
The development of native-like HIV-1 envelope (Env) trimer antigens has enabled the induction of neutralizing antibody (NAb) responses against... 
TARGET | SYSTEM | RESPONSES | CELLS | ACCURATE DESIGN | NEUTRALIZING ANTIBODIES | PARTICLES | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | VACCINE | ENV TRIMERS | VALIDATION | Antigens | Immunization | Animal models | Antibodies | Priming | Trimers | Antibody response | Proteins | Nanoparticles | Immunogenicity | Neutralizing | Human immunodeficiency virus--HIV | Neutralization
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by Cole, F. Sessions and Craigen, William J and Lazar, Jozef and Mao, Rong and Bican, Anna and Walker, Melissa and Dhar, Shweta U and Dorrani, Naghmeh and Schoch, Kelly and Joset, Pascal and Loo, Sandra K and McCauley, Jacob and St-Onge, Judith and Fresard, Laure and Posey, Jennifer E and Coakley, Terra R and Sharma, Prashant and Stoler, Joan M and Macnamara, Ellen F and Wambach, Jennifer and Dorset, Daniel C and Martin, Martin G and Walley, Nicole M and Moretti, Paolo M and Bejerano, Gill and Malicdan, May Christine V and Colley, Heather A and May, Thomas and Barbouth, Deborah and Might, Matthew and Andrews, Ashley and Goldman, Alica M and D'Souza, Precilla and Dionne-Laporte, Alexandre and Douine, Emilie D and Hanchard, Neil A and Solnica-Krezel, Lilianna and Rauch, Anita and Alvey, Justin and Sweetser, David A and Dell'Angelica, Esteban C and Lanza, Ian R and Nicholas, Sarah K and Urv, Tiina K and Hom, Jason and Birch, Camille L and Longo, Nicola and Accogli, Andrea and Mulvihill, John J and Lanpher, Brendan C and Robertson, Amy K and Sutton, Shirley and Berry, Gerard T and Agrawal, Pankaj and Reuter, Chloe M and LeBlanc, Kimberly and Bick, David P and Martin, Beth A and McCray, Alexa T and Stong, Nicholas and Vogel, Tiphanie P and Kohane, Isaac S and Sisco, Kathy and Newberry, J. Scott and Tabor, Holly K and Dasari, Surendra and Esteves, Cecilia and Korrick, Susan and Papp, Jeanette C and Shields, Kathleen and Westerfield, Monte and Batzli, Gabriel F and Marwaha, Shruti and Wangler, Michael F and Botto, Lorenzo and Beggs, Alan H and Boudrahem-Addour, Nassima and Morimoto, Marie and Sillari, Catherine H and Carey, John and Palmer, Christina G.S and Shashi, Vandana and Rives, Lynette and Cope, Heidi and Scott, Daryl A and Webb-Robertson, Bobbie-Jo M and Fogel, Brent L and Groden, Catherine A and Potocki, Lorraine and Lee, Brendan H and Murdock, David R and Bohnsack, John and Pallais, J. Carl and Bivona, Stephanie and Toro, Camilo and Boone, Braden E and Holm, Ingrid A and Metz, Thomas O and Krier, Joel B and Novacic, Donna and ...
American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 10/2019, Volume 105, Issue 4, p. 854
Keywords CDH2; N-cadherin; cell-cell adhesion; intellectual disability; cardiac defects; eye defects; genital defects; corpus callosum; ACOG Cadherins... 
Care and treatment | Cell adhesion | Nervous system | Degeneration | Genetic aspects | Research | Risk factors | Membrane proteins
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by Accogli, Andrea and Calabretta, Sara and St-Onge, Judith and Boudrahem-Addour, Nassima and Dionne-Laporte, Alexandre and Joset, Pascal and Azzarello-Burri, Silvia and Rauch, Anita and Krier, Joel and Krier, Joel B and Fieg, Elizabeth and Fieg, Elizabeth L and Pallais, Juan C and Pallais, J. Carl and Acosta, Maria T and Adams, David R and Agrawal, Pankaj and Alejandro, Mercedes E and Allard, Patrick and Alvey, Justin and Andrews, Ashley and Ashley, Euan A and Azamian, Mahshid S and Bacino, Carlos A and Bademci, Guney and Baker, Eva and Balasubramanyam, Ashok and Baldridge, Dustin and Bale, Jim and Barbouth, Deborah and Batzli, Gabriel F and Bayrak-Toydemir, Pinar and Beggs, Alan H and Bejerano, Gill and Bellen, Hugo J and Bernstein, Jonathan A and Berry, Gerard T and Bican, Anna and Bick, David P and Birch, Camille L and Bivona, Stephanie and Bohnsack, John and Bonnenmann, Carsten and Bonner, Devon and Boone, Braden E and Bostwick, Bret L and Botto, Lorenzo and Briere, Lauren C and Brokamp, Elly and Brown, Donna M and Brush, Matthew and Burke, Elizabeth A and Burrage, Lindsay C and Butte, Manish J and Carey, John and Carrasquillo, Olveen and Chang, Ta Chen Peter and Chao, Hsiao-Tuan and Clark, Gary D and Coakley, Terra R and Cobban, Laurel A and Cogan, Joy D and Cole, F. Sessions and Colley, Heather A and Cooper, Cynthia M and Cope, Heidi and Craigen, William J and D’Souza, Precilla and Dasari, Surendra and Davids, Mariska and Dayal, Jyoti G and Dell’Angelica, Esteban C and Dhar, Shweta U and Dorrani, Naghmeh and Dorset, Daniel C and Douine, Emilie D and Draper, David D and Duncan, Laura and Eckstein, David J and Emrick, Lisa T and Eng, Christine M and Esteves, Cecilia and Estwick, Tyra and Fernandez, Liliana and Ferreira, Carlos and Fisher, Paul G and Fogel, Brent L and Forghani, Irman and Fresard, Laure and Gahl, William A and Godfrey, Rena A and Goldman, Alica M and Goldstein, David B and Gourdine, Jean-Philippe F and Grajewski, Alana and Groden, Catherine A and Gropman, Andrea L and Haendel, Melissa and Hamid, Rizwan and Hanchard, Neil A and ...
The American Journal of Human Genetics, ISSN 0002-9297, 10/2019, Volume 105, Issue 4, pp. 854 - 868
Cadherins constitute a family of transmembrane proteins that mediate calcium-dependent cell-cell adhesion. The extracellular domain of cadherins consists of... 
cell-cell adhesion | CDH2 | ACOG | N-cadherin | eye defects | genital defects | cardiac defects | corpus callosum | intellectual disability | Care and treatment | Cell adhesion | Nervous system | Degeneration | Genetic aspects | Research | Risk factors | Membrane proteins
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by Olga Lomakina and Ekaterina Alekseeva and Sania Valieva and Tatiana Bzarova and Irina Nikishina and Elena Zholobova and Svetlana Rodionovskaya and Maria Kaleda and Yasuo Nakagishi and Masaki Shimizu and Mao Mizuta and Akihiro Yachie and Yuko Sugita and Nami Okamoto and Kousuke Shabana and Takuji Murata and Hiroshi Tamai and Eve M. Smith and Peng Yin and Andrea L. Jorgensen and Michael W. Beresford and on behalf of On behalf of the UK JSLE Cohort Study and Eve M. Smith and Antonio Eleuteri and Beatrice Goilav and Laura Lewandowski and Angel Phuti and Dawn Wahezi and Tamar Rubinstein and Caroline Jones and Paul Newland and Stephen Marks and Rachel Corkhill and Diana Ekdawy and Clarissa Pilkington and Kjell Tullus and Chaim Putterman and Chris Scott and Antony C. Fisher and Michael W. Beresford and Eve M. Smith and Laura Lewandowski and Angel Phuti and Andrea Jorgensen and Chris Scott and Michael W. Beresford and Ezgi Deniz Batu and Can Kosukcu and Ekim Taskiran and Sema Akman and Kubra Ozturk and Betul Sozeri and Erbil Unsal and Zelal Ekinci and Yelda Bilginer and Mehmet Alikasifoglu and Seza Ozen and Hanna Lythgoe and Michael W. Beresford and Hermine I. Brunner and Gaurav Gulati and Jordan T. Jones and Mekibib Altaye and Jamie Eaton and Mark Difrancesco and Joo Guan Yeo and Jingyao Leong and Loshinidevi D/O Thana Bathi and Thaschawee Arkachaisri and Salvatore Albani and Nagla Abdelrahman and Michael W Beresford and Valentina Leone and UK JSLE study group supported by the National Institute of Health Research Clinical Research Network and Noortje Groot and D. Shaikhani and I. E. M. Bultink and M. Bijl and R. J. E. M. Dolhain and Y. K. O. Teng and E. Zirkzee and K. de Leeuw and R. Fritsch-Stork and S. S. M. Kamphuis and Rachael D. Wright and Eve M. Smith and Michael W. Beresford and Reem Abdawani and Laila Al Shaqshi and Ibrahim Al Zakwani and Natali W. Gormezano and David Kern and Oriany L. Pereira and Gladys C. C. Esteves and Adriana M. Sallum and Nadia E. Aikawa and Rosa M. Pereira and Clovis A. Silva and Eloisa Bonfa and Jessica Beckmann and ...
PEDIATRIC RHEUMATOLOGY, ISSN 1546-0096, 05/2017, Volume 15, Issue S1, pp. 105 - 201
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