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Untersuchung möglicher immunologischer Zielstrukturen für eine adjuvante Therapie des operablen Plattenepithelkarzinoms des Ösophagus

Siegmund, Annika

Einleitung: Ösophaguskarzinome haben generell eine schlechte Prognose und der Nutzen der derzeitig verfügbaren adjuvanten Therapien wird nach wie vor kontrovers diskutiert. Aufgabe dieser Arbeit war die Expressionsanalyse zweier möglicher immunologischer Zielstrukturen für eine adjuvante Therapie de...

DRIVER (German)

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Some Aspects of Gas Turbine Fuel Preparation and Turbomachinery Response to LCV Fuels

Eriksson, Pontus

This thesis gives some background information on environmental issues as the scientific community at large currently sees it. It tries to relate the plethora of current combustion technologies which may be used in gas turbines to those issues. Some basic principles on combustion design are given. Di...

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IUTAM Symposium on Reynolds Number Scaling in Turbulent Flow : proceedings of the IUTAM symposium held in Princeton, N.J., U.S.A., 11 - 13 September 2002

Symposium on Reynolds Number Scaling in Turbulent Flow < 2002, Princeton, NJ>; International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
2004-01-01

German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)

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Applications of Metabolomics in Agriculture.

Dixon, R.A.; Gang, D.R.; Charlton, A.J.; Fiehn, O.; Kuiper, H.A.; Reynolds, T.L.; Tjeerdema, R.S.; Jeffery, E.H.; German, J.B.

Biological systems are exceedingly complex. The unraveling of the genome in plants and humans revealed fewer than the anticipated number of genes. Therefore, other processes such as the regulation of gene expression, the action of gene products, and the metabolic networks resulting from catalytic pr...

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Applications of Metabolomics in Agriculture

Dixon, R.; Gang, D.R.; Charlton, A.J.; Fiehn, O.; Kuiper, H.A.; Reynolds, T.L.; Tjeerdema, R.S.; Jeffery, E.H.; German, J.B.

Biological systems are exceedingly complex. The unraveling of the genome in plants and humans revealed fewer than the anticipated number of genes. Therefore, other processes such as the regulation of gene expression, the action of gene products, and the metabolic networks resulting from catalytic pr...

DRIVER (German)