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High-order aberrations in normal and ametropic monkeys
Mouse model for muscle specific kinase (MUSK)-induced myasthenia gravis, and, Direct protein interactions modulate the gating and trafficking of large conductance (BK) calcium-activated potassium channels
Inner retinal contributions to the dark-adapted ERG and expression of inward rectifying potassium channels in the mouse retina and their roles in generating the ERG
The construct of myotonometric measurement as a measure of muscle strength
Spatio-temporal information processing in single neurons
Validating the mouse model for ocular surface research and assessing morphological changes in the dry eye palpebral conjunctiva
Physical activity patterns of humans - monitoring, modeling, and intervening
Mathematical Modelling and Experimental Study of Respiratory Burst in Murine Macrophages
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