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Trace Elements and Electrolytes, ISSN 0946-2104, 2016, Volume 33, Issue 3, pp. 93 - 97
Ionized Mg, pH, pCO(2), HCO3, base excess, blood glucose, and lactate were determined, and free fatty acids were estimated in 100 mu L of capillary blood of 15... 
Mg loss | Blood gases | Glucose | Fatigue -vicious cycle | vicious cycle | glucose | fatigue | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | ENDOCRINOLOGY & METABOLISM | MAGNESIUM-DEFICIENCY | blood gases
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Transportation Research Part B, ISSN 0191-2615, 08/2013, Volume 54, pp. 37 - 50
It has been frequently noted that in a non-regulated environment the development of public transport service is self-adjusting: Faced with decreasing demand,... 
Bus line vicious cycle | Willingness-to-wait for a bus | Public transportation system | Mohring effect | Multiple equilibrium | Level-of-service | CONGESTION | TRANSPORTATION | SUBSIDIZATION | ENGINEERING, CIVIL | OPERATIONS RESEARCH & MANAGEMENT SCIENCE | ECONOMIES | TRANSPORTATION SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | SERVICE | ECONOMICS | SCALE | URBAN PUBLIC TRANSPORT
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Community Dentistry and Oral Epidemiology, ISSN 0301-5661, 06/2013, Volume 41, Issue 3, pp. 279 - 287
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Cancer and Metastasis Reviews, ISSN 0167-7659, 9/2014, Volume 33, Issue 2, pp. 511 - 525
In prostate to bone metastases, the “vicious cycle” paradigm has been traditionally used to illustrate how metastases manipulate the bone forming osteoblasts... 
Vicious cycle | Bone metastasis | Biomedicine | Stem cells | Cancer Research | Oncology | Mathematical modeling | Immune cells | Prostate cancer | Biomedicine general | Stem Cells | Immune Cells | Vicious Cycle
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Total Quality Management and Business Excellence, ISSN 1478-3363, 05/2018, pp. 1 - 17
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Current Molecular Biology Reports, ISSN 2198-6428, 9/2018, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 123 - 131
The more our knowledge on cancer biology progresses, the more it becomes evident that studying the cancer cell isolated from the cancer environment is... 
Human Genetics | Vicious cycle | Bone microenvironment | Biomedicine | Osteoblast | Molecular Medicine | Breast cancer | Osteoclast | Bone cancer | Therapeutic applications | Bone marrow | Metastasis | Osteolysis | Metastases
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Clinical Obesity, ISSN 1758-8103, 10/2016, Volume 6, Issue 5, pp. 341 - 353
As the rates of obesity are steadily increasing, the relevance to occupational therapy (OT) is increasing accordingly. There is limited OT‐focused research... 
Functional difficulties | weight management | vicious cycle | occupational therapy | Obesity | Adults | Weight control
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Journal of Bone Oncology, ISSN 2212-1374, 06/2019, Volume 16, p. 100227
The skeleton is one of the most common sites of metastatic spread from advanced clear-cell renal carcinoma (ccRCC). Most of the bone lesions observed in RCC... 
Vicious cycle | Osteoclasts | Bone metastasis | Co-culture | Targeted therapy | Renal carcinoma | CABOZANTINIB | MANAGEMENT | EVEROLIMUS | DENOSUMAB | CANCER | ZOLEDRONIC ACID | MICROENVIRONMENT | ONCOLOGY | DIFFERENTIATION | SKELETAL METASTASIS | EXPRESSION
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Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, ISSN 2039-9340, 2014, Volume 5, Issue 10, pp. 536 - 540
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Quarterly Journal of Political Science, ISSN 1554-0626, 2013, Volume 8, Issue 1, pp. 1 - 40
Scholars of presidential primaries have long posited a dynamic positive feedback loop between fundraising and electoral success. Yet existing work on both... 
Fund-raising | Vicious cycle | Presidential primary | Campaign finance | vicious cycle | MONEY | MOMENTUM | MARKETS | POLITICS | VOTES | NEW-HAMPSHIRE | POLITICAL SCIENCE | fund-raising | CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS | HOUSE ELECTIONS | NOMINATION CAMPAIGNS | CANDIDATES
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Annals of Tourism Research, ISSN 0160-7383, 2002, Volume 29, Issue 1, pp. 165 - 182
This paper explores the manifold relations among the spatial organization of tourism, the quality of tourism products in heritage cities, and the dynamics of... 
Policy | Life cycle | Heritage destinations | Vicious circle | Quality | life cycle | MANAGEMENT | CARRYING-CAPACITY | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | heritage destinations | vicious circle | RESORT CYCLE | quality | policy | SOCIOLOGY
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2009, Document of the World Bank, ISBN 0821377582, xiii, 133
The World Bank approaches malaria not only as a major public health issue but also as a broader development problem that costs Africa US$12 billion a year and... 
prevention & control | Malaria | International Agencies | World Bank | Booster Program for Malaria Control in Africa | Africa | LEADING CAUSE OF DEATH | TETANUS | SPECIES | CONTRACTING MALARIA | GAMBIAE COMPLEX | TREATMENT | SERVICE DELIVERY | FALCIPARUM RESISTANCE | HEALTH SECTOR | MORBIDITY | HUMAN DEVELOPMENT | BURDEN OF DISEASE | ECONOMIC GROWTH | HEALTH SYSTEMS | ORAL REHYDRATION THERAPY | POTENTIAL CONTRIBUTION | PREGNANCY | PUBLIC HEALTH EXPENDITURE | HEALTH WORKERS | MALARIA ILLNESS | RESPIRATORY DISTRESS | TROPICAL DISEASES | MALARIA RATES | HEALTH SERVICES | MALARIA | ANEMIA | NATIONAL LEVEL | INSECTICIDE-TREATED NETS | MALARIA-ENDEMIC AREAS | DISASTERS | MORTALITY | PATIENTS | TUBERCULOSIS | IMPACT ON HEALTH | RISK OF MALARIA | IMPACT OF MALARIA | MALARIA INTERVENTIONS | CLIMATE CHANGE | NETS | MALARIA REPORT | DECISION MAKING | MALARIA PREVENTION | MALARIA PARASITE | NATIONAL MALARIA CONTROL | MALARIA MORBIDITY | ANOPHELES | INFORMATION SYSTEM | CONTROL OF MALARIA | HEAVY MALARIA BURDEN | HEALTH PLANNING | ANTIMALARIAL DRUGS | MEASLES IMMUNIZATION | TRANSMISSION CONTROL | ACCESS TO EFFECTIVE TREATMENT | POPULATION STRATEGY | PRIMARY EDUCATION | CEREBRAL MALARIA | HEALTH OUTCOMES | MALARIA DEATHS | PROPHYLACTIC USE | MALARIA CASES | MEDICINES | MALARIA CONTROL ACTIVITIES | AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION | FAMILIES | DISABILITY | COMPLICATIONS | HEALTH INTERVENTIONS | MEDICAL RESEARCH | INFANT | MINISTERS OF HEALTH | MALARIA INFECTIONS | DISEASE OF POVERTY | FEBRILE ILLNESS | HEALTH SYSTEM | TREATMENT SERVICES | MOSQUITO VECTORS | HUMAN IMMUNODEFICIENCY VIRUS | HOSPITAL | HYPOGLYCEMIA | LOW BIRTHWEIGHT | QUALITY ASSURANCE | MALARIA CONTROL EFFORTS | WAR | RURAL AREAS | MEDICINE | IMMUNIZATION | MALARIA MORTALITY | MALARIA CONTROL | NATIONAL HEALTH SYSTEMS | MALARIA BURDEN | PROGRESS | BED NETS | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION | PARASITIC DISEASE | MALARIA PROGRAM | SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT | IRON | HEALTH CARE | SCARCE RESOURCES | MORTALITY REDUCTION | PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM | MALARIA RISK | DRUG RESISTANCE | EFFECTIVE USE | NEEDS FOR INFORMATION | ECONOMIC PRODUCTIVITY | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL | ANOPHELES MOSQUITO | PREVENTABLE DISEASE | REHABILITATION | INFECTION | BRAIN | CHILD SURVIVAL | INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY | WORKERS | MALARIA DATABASE | MATERNAL MORTALITY RATIO | ORAL REHYDRATION | SEVERE ANEMIA | RESOURCE NEEDS | DISSEMINATION | PERINATAL MORTALITY | NUTRITION | RISK OF DEATH | PUBLIC HEALTH | NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS | MEASLES | MANDATES | TREATMENT OF MALARIA | DEVELOPMENT POLICIES | LONGEVITY | MALARIA IN PREGNANCY | ISOLATION | ANOPHELES FUNESTUS | HIGH MALARIA TRANSMISSION | GLOBAL EFFORT | BURDEN OF MALARIA | INFANT DEATHS | INTERVENTION | STILLBIRTH | HIV/AIDS | MALARIA CONTROL PROGRAMS | VULNERABLE POPULATIONS | MALARIA VECTORS | MALARIA-ENDEMIC COUNTRIES | NEGATIVE EFFECTS | DEATH RATES | MATERNAL MORTALITY | DISEASES | HIV | SULFADOXINE | PUBLIC HEALTH BURDEN | LEGAL STATUS | MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS | PATIENT | SOCIAL REHABILITATION | NATURAL DISASTERS | INSECTICIDES | INFECTIONS | HEALTH PROBLEMS | CAPACITY BUILDING | MALARIA INFECTION | VECTOR CONTROL PROGRAMS | ANOPHELES MOSQUITOES | MALARIA PARASITES | REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH | ANTIMALARIAL | MALARIA PROGRAMS | PREVENTIVE TREATMENT | MOSQUITO POPULATIONS | VECTORS | PARASITOLOGY | PRETERM DELIVERY | DIAGNOSIS | BRAIN DAMAGE | CLINICAL MALARIA | DISEASE CONTROL | MORBIDITY AND MORTALITY | MISCARRIAGE | POVERTY REDUCTION | VICIOUS CYCLE | GENDER EQUALITY | UNCOMPLICATED MALARIA | CHILD DEATHS | DEWORMING | IMMUNODEFICIENCY | ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME | PLASMODIUM FALCIPARUM | PYRIMETHAMINE | BACK MALARIA | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS | CHLOROQUINE RESISTANCE | CHILD MORTALITY | SUSTAINABLE MALARIA CONTROL | TECHNICAL RESOURCES | MINISTRIES OF HEALTH | MALNUTRITION | HEALTH FACILITIES | PREGNANT WOMEN | NUMBER OF CHILDREN | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | THERAPIES | EQUITABLE ACCESS | REGIONAL NEEDS | RESIDUAL SPRAYING | MALARIOUS AREAS | POLICY MAKERS | CYCLE OF POVERTY | ADULT MOSQUITO | HEALTH SURVEYS | VECTOR CONTROL | IMMUNE DEFICIENCY | MALARIA TREATMENT
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