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  1. REAP and WAVE: new tools to rapidly assess/discuss nutrition with patients.
    The Journal of nutrition, 2003
  2. The relationship between keloid growth pattern and stretching tension: visual analysis using the finite element method.
    Annals of plastic surgery, 2008
  3. The Zuni Life Skills Development Program: a school/community-based suicide prevention intervention.
    Suicide and life-threatening behavior, 2008
  4. Temporal integration and visual masking of dot patterns successively presented.
    Japanese psychological research, 1983
  5. Histopathological features and their prognostic impact in nodular lymphocyte-predominant Hodgkin lymphoma - a matched pair analysis from the German Hodgkin Study Group (GHSG).
    British journal of haematology, 2014
  6. Generation of Functional Human Pancreatic β Cells In Vitro.
    Cell, 2014
  7. Keloid and hypertrophic scarring may result from a mechanoreceptor or mechanosensitive nociceptor disorder.
    Medical hypotheses, 2008
  8. Analysis of neuropeptides in stretched skin.
    Plastic and reconstructive surgery, 2009
  9. Anesthesia for off-pump coronary artery bypass surgery.
    Annals of Cardiac Anaesthesia, 2013
  10. Application of a theoretical framework to foster a cardiac-diabetes self-management programme.
    International nursing review, 2014

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