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  • of the new medium. The questioning of scientific consensus was another. Andreas Vesalius published his observations about the circulatory system. Books
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  • Heiser Heisler Heiss Heist Heit Heitkamp Heitman Heitmann Heitz Heitzman Held Helder Heldman Heldt Helfrich Helling Hellmann Hellwig Helman Helmer Helmick
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  • of the disease was sudden; the symptoms were fever, weakness, delirium, lung distress, and dark-colored swellings (buboes) in the neck, armpit and groin
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  • url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori:rid:crossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%3dpubmed> Kuhn, Andreas, Rosemary Stuart, Ralph Henry, and Ross E. Dalbey. "The Alb3/Oxa1/YidC
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  • of the new medium. The questioning of scientific consensus was another. Andreas Vesalius published his observations about the circulatory system. Books
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  • emphysema; and cancer, particularly lung cancer and cancers of the larynx and tongue. Prior to World War I, lung cancer was considered to be a rare disease
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  • a protein found in humans that are coded by the APC gene. Joerger, Andreas C., and Alan R. Fersht. "Structural Biology of the Tumor Suppressor p53
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  • 2004-05/MargulisSaganSJ.html> 6. Andreas Franz Wihelm Schimper. 15 Nov. 2010. <http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andreas_Franz_Wilhelm_Schimper> 7. Konstantin
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  • url_ver=Z39.88-2003&rfr_id=ori:rid:crossref.org&rfr_dat=cr_pub%3dpubmed> Kuhn, Andreas, Rosemary Stuart, Ralph Henry, and Ross E. Dalbey. "The Alb3/Oxa1/YidC
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  • rodents have found that ultrafine particles of titanium dioxide causes larger lung damage in rodents compared to larger fine particles for the same amount of
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  • risks every day and are very susceptible to things such as hearing loss, lung disease, skin cancer, and a variety of other risks. Specifically, in the
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