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Hoque, E. & Fritscher, J.: Multimetal bioremediation and biomining by a combination of new aquatic strains of Mucor hiemalis. Sci. Rep. 9:10318 (2019)
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Ignatova, V.V. ; Jansen, P.W.T.C.* ; Baltissen, M.P.* ; Vermeulen, M.* & Schneider, R.: The interactome of a family of potential methyltransferases in HeLa cells. Sci. Rep. 9:6584 (2019)
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Ivankovic, I.* et al.: Volumetric optoacoustic tomography enables non-invasive in vivo characterization of impaired heart function in hypoxic conditions. Sci. Rep. 9:8369 (2019)
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Johnson, R.K.* et al.: Metabolite-related dietary patterns and the development of islet autoimmunity. Sci. Rep. 9:14819 (2019)
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Kosinska, A. et al.: Synergy of therapeutic heterologous prime-boost hepatitis B vaccination with CpG-application to improve immune control of persistent HBV infection. Sci. Rep. 9:10808 (2019)
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Kreyling, J.* et al.: Winter warming is ecologically more relevant than summer warming in a cool-temperate grassland. Sci. Rep. 9:14632 (2019)
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Kueffner, R.* et al.: Stratification of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis patients: A crowdsourcing approach. Sci. Rep. 9:690 (2019)
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La Cono, V.* et al.: Author Correction: The discovery of Lake Hephaestus, the youngest athalassohaline deep-sea formation on Earth (Scientific Reports, (2019), 9, 1, (1679), 10.1038/s41598-018-38444-z). Sci. Rep. 9:8031 (2019)
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la Cono, V.L.* et al.: The discovery of Lake Hephaestus, the youngest athalassohaline deep-sea formation on Earth. Sci. Rep. 9:1679 (2019)
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Laimighofer, M. et al.: Common patterns of gene regulation associated with Cesarean section and the development of islet autoimmunity - indications of immune cell activation. Sci. Rep. 9:6250 (2019)
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Linder, K. et al.: Dietary niacin intake predicts the decrease of liver fat content during a lifestyle intervention. Sci. Rep. 9:1303 (2019)
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Liu, C.T.* et al.: Genome-wide association study of change in fasting glucose over time in 13,807 non-diabetic European Ancestry Individuals. Sci. Rep. 9:9439 (2019)
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Lorza-Gil, E. et al.: Glucose, adrenaline and palmitate antagonistically regulate insulin and glucagon secretion in human pseudoislets. Sci. Rep. 9:10261 (2019)
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Mononen, N.* et al.: Whole blood microRNA levels associate with glycemic status and correlate with target mRNAs in pathways important to type 2 diabetes. Sci. Rep. 9:8887 (2019)
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Moore, B.A.* et al.: Genome-wide screening of mouse knockouts reveals novel genes required for normal integumentary and oculocutaneous structure and function. Sci. Rep. 9:11211 (2019)
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Rehm, S.R.T. et al.: Premedication with a cathepsin C inhibitor alleviates early primary graft dysfunction in mouse recipients after lung transplantation. Sci. Rep. 9:9925 (2019)
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Rospleszcz, S. et al.: Association of longitudinal risk profile trajectory clusters with adipose tissue depots measured by magnetic resonance imaging. Sci. Rep. 9:16972 (2019)
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Saba, R.* et al.: Endocardium differentiation through Sox17 expression in endocardium precursor cells regulates heart development in mice. Sci. Rep. 9:11953 (2019)
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Sajic, T.* et al.: A new class of protein biomarkers based on subcellular distribution: Application to a mouse liver cancer model. Sci. Rep. 9:6913 (2019)
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Schafnitzel, A.* et al.: Association of smoking and physical inactivity with MRI derived changes in cardiac function and structure in cardiovascular healthy subjects. Sci. Rep. 9:18616 (2019)