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Doboku Gakkai Ronbunshu. B1, Suikogaku = Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers. Ser. B1, Hydraulic Engineering, 01/2017, Volume 73, Issue 4, p. I_1033
This paper investigates the behaviour of current velocity and salinity in tidal channel network, particularly in tidal junction. Acoustic tomography method and... 
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Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 07/2015, Volume 349, Issue 6244, pp. 156 - 161
A major goal of HIV-1 vaccine research is the design of immunogens capable of inducing broadly neutralizing antibodies (bnAbs) that bind to the viral envelope... 
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Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 07/2016, Volume 535, Issue 7610, pp. 117 - 121
Clusters of galaxies are the most massive gravitationally bound objects in the Universe and are still forming. They are thus important probes(1) of... 
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