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L/captivity12,13,33,34,��Misunderstandings about behaviour�� due to perceived transgressions against social

L/captivity12,13,33,34,��Misunderstandings about behaviour�� due to perceived transgressions against social normsPersonal expectations12,22,23,25,28,31,35,34�Cunderstanding meaning and carer efficacy12,22,23,34,carer threshold/tolerance25,28,31,Sociocultural expectationssocial context, gender and culture28,35,FootnotesDeclaration of interestNone.FundingThis paper presents independent research fun Read More...

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2009).DISCUSSIONIn this study, we set out to investigate the function of

2009).DISCUSSIONIn this study, we set out to investigate the function of miRNAs that regulate the epigenetic landscape in somatic cells and thus may have a function in somatic cell reprogramming. We found that the miR-29 family is highly expressed in somatic cells and decreases in expression during somatic cell reprogramming (Figures 1A and 1B). Depletion of miR-29 in fibroblasts dramatically cha Read More...

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2009).DISCUSSIONIn this study, we set out to investigate the function of

2009).DISCUSSIONIn this study, we set out to investigate the function of miRNAs that regulate the epigenetic landscape in somatic cells and thus may have a function in somatic cell reprogramming. We found that the miR-29 family is highly expressed in somatic cells and decreases in expression during somatic cell reprogramming (Figures 1A and 1B). Depletion of miR-29 in fibroblasts dramatically cha Read More...

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Estionnaire. It was entered into and analysed using Statistical Package for

Estionnaire. It was entered into and analysed using Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) Version 20. ResultsSocio-demographics and premorbid conditionThe most common presenting features were oliguria (86.1 ), followed by edema (58.9 ), encephalopathy (49 ) and 11.3 present with convulsion. The commonest causes of AKI were hypovolemia (22.5 ), either gastrointestinal loss (in the f Read More...

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Der fits (adjusted R2 = .39, .29, and .28). Cross-validation corroborated the main result (mean

Der fits (adjusted R2 = .39, .29, and .28). Cross-validation corroborated the main result (mean training set adjusted R2 = .41; mean test set R2 = .29, t[98] = 6.32, p Read More...

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Mon in NA and WE and most frequent in the other

Mon in NA and WE and most frequent in the other regions with lower device use. Patients in NA and WE had the lowest eGFR (and highest proportion of patients with CKD) which may have led to reluctance to prescribe, although the entry eGFR in PARADIGM-HF would not have precluded safe use of a MRA, and other explanations may exist.23 Among patients without a history of AF, there was also an almost s Read More...

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E [study team]; Much worse [Cherkin/Sherman; Hondras]; Very unhelpful [Ritenbaugh

E [study team]; Much worse [Cherkin/Sherman; Hondras]; Very unhelpful [Ritenbaugh]; Worst pain imaginable [Cambron] Upper anchors: Better than it's ever been [study team]; Extremely helpful [Evans; Ritenbaugh]; Extremely hopeful [Foster]; Very effective [Coeytaux] Absolute descriptors Lower anchors: No pain [Cambron]; Not at all effective [Coeytaux]; No change/worse [study team]; Not at all helpf Read More...

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