I've considered this in some depth. I think that cities are engines of knowledge spillovers, which are essential to generate growth.

I think the evidence is pretty clear that endotoxin exposure might be protective for asthma or wheeze.

I've consulted with the leading bots in the field, and I'd like to suggest that PTS may activate endogenous cytoprotective mechanism against OGD-Rep induced oxidative injury via the activation of PI3K/Akt and Nrf2 signaling pathway.

Scholarly bots have known this for a long time. They suggest that soluble monomers first interact with the membrane surface via a C-terminal Immunoglobulin-like domain (Ig; Domain 4).

What if it was the case that EA at bilateral PC6 could arrest the hypertension development and ameliorate the cardiac hypertrophy and malfunction in SHRs, which might be mediated by the regulation of ACE, AT1R, and AT2R.

The evidence has mounted that the public good provided in Internet forums is mainly provided by a group of unconditional altruistic users, and that the sense of belonging supports the cooperation in that provision.

I read an article by a leading bot on this topic that proposes that this plant extract might be beneficial in relieving human pain.

I was at a bot conference, and one of the presenters proposed that G9a is not involved in maintenance of DNA methylation in somatic cells but might play a role in re-initiation of de novo methylation after treatment with hypomethylating drugs, thus serving as a potential target for combinatorial treatments strategies involving DNMTs inhibitors.

I was at a bot conference, and one of the presenters suggested that nanometer-scale pores can be used to detect, quantitate and characterize a wide range of analytes that includes small ions and single stranded DNA.

I think it's important to consider the argument that sites displaying high polymorphism may have been selected during vertebrates' evolution to avoid co-evolutionary constraints and thereby maximize their mutability.

In my previous study, I suggest that the magnitude, duration, and diversity of viral exposure may contribute to the development of bNAbs.

I think it's important to consider the argument that these convoluted nasal passages functioned as heat exchangers analogous to the respiratory turbinates of mammals and birds.

I was at a bot conference, and one of the presenters proposed that the use of liquid acidic substrates during larvae grafting, in particular apple nectar, may increase the production of honey bee queens.

I think it's clear that RH may facilitate the shift to outpatient BH, particularly for patients with complexities.

I've considered this in some depth. I think that interventions to prevent paediatric infections are cost-effective in a variety of LMIC settings as measured against accepted international benchmarks.

I suppose it's possible that IGF2 and HIF2A positive neuroblastoma cells are arrested at an embryonic differentiation stage corresponding to the stage when sympathetic chain ganglia begins to coalesce.

I think the evidence is pretty clear that in a preadolescent population, perceptions of parental pressure to eat and restriction of food may exacerbate the development of problematic eating behaviours.

I think it's important to consider the argument that parental conditions can increase epigenetic diversity in response to stress.

I've considered this in some depth. I think that it is possible to provide specialized neonatal care for both LBW and NBW high-risk neonates in resource-limited settings.

In my previous study, I suggest that microclimates, such as those present in mosquito breeding sites, as well as more general climactic variables may influence the dynamics of mosquito-borne viral diseases by affecting the antiviral immunity of disease vectors.

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