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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 9/1998, Volume 281, Issue 5383, pp. 1640 - 1645
The localization of substance P in brain regions that coordinate stress responses and receive convergent monoaminergic innervation suggested that substance P... 
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As a result of weakening brand image/loyalty, little differentiation, and intense price competition, manufacturers are now increasingly pressed to ensure... 
B2B relationships | Service quality | Order fulfillment service quality | Retailer loyalty | Satisfaction | PERSPECTIVE | PERFORMANCE | BUSINESS | FUTURE | BRAND LOYALTY | MODELS | CUSTOMER SATISFACTION | ANTECEDENTS | BUYER-SELLER RELATIONSHIPS | TRUST | BENEFITS | Studies | Retail stores | Behavior
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Journal of Operations Management, ISSN 0272-6963, 2008, Volume 26, Issue 6, pp. 781 - 797
Manufacturers now find themselves in the position of finding new ways to remain competitive in the era of retail power. The onus rests on the manufacturer's... 
Loyalty | Order fulfillment | Retailers | Satisfaction | Service operations | LOGISTICS | QUALITY | MANAGEMENT | PERFORMANCE | MODEL | BRAND LOYALTY | STRATEGIES | OPERATIONS RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE | AFFECTIVE COMMITMENT | ANTECEDENTS | SUPPLY CHAIN
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Journal of Business Logistics, ISSN 0735-3766, 06/2012, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp. 128 - 144
Global supply chains are growing rapidly, and the ability to manage cross border logistics operations has become a necessity to maintain a competitive... 
global supplier integration | logistics performance | global supply chain management | Global supply chain management | Logistics performance | Global supplier integration | PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT | MANAGEMENT | PERFORMANCE | STRATEGY | MARKET ORIENTATION | RELATIONAL VIEW | BUSINESS | NATIONAL CULTURE | RESOURCE-BASED THEORY | INTEGRATION
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Highlights • Pleocytosis in healthy subjects' CSF post-lumbar puncture has rarely been examined. • Analyses found statistically significant white blood cell... 
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