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Implementation of a galvanically isolated low-noise power supply board for multi-channel headstage preamplifiers

Toth, A. et al.

Journal of neuroscience methods. VOL 171; NUMBER 1, ; 2008, 13-18 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 13-18) -- 2008

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Nitrogen and Sulfur Content of Canola Grown on a Calcareous Chernozem Soil

Nemeth, T. et al.

Communications in soil science and plant analysis. VOL 40; NUMBER 1-6, ; 2009, 825-834 -- Taylor & Francis (pages 825-834) -- 2009

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ANALYSIS OF VITAMIN E ISOMERS AND PHYTOSTEROLS IN DIFFERENT HUNGARIAN OIL SEED SAMPLES

Uhrin, H.N. et al.

Cereal research communications. VOL 36; PART 1, ; 2009, 531-534 -- CEREAL RESEARCH INSTITUTE NON PROFIT COMPANY (pages 531-534) -- 2009

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Occurrence of toxic Prymnesium parvum blooms with high protease activity is related to fish mortality in Hungarian ponds

Vasas, G. et al.

Harmful algae. VOL 17, ; 2012, 102-110 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. Part: Part; (pages 102-110) -- 2012

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Genotype and explant-type dependent morphogenesis and silicon response of common reed (Phragmites australis) tissue cultures

Mathe, C. et al.

Aquatic botany. VOL 97; NUMBER 1, ; 2012, 57-63 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. Part: Part 1; (pages 57-63) -- 2012

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Antiproliferative activity of Hungarian Asteraceae species against human cancer cell lines. Part II

Csupor-Loffler, B. et al.

PTR. Phytotherapy research. VOL 23; NUMBER 8, ; 2009, 1109-1115 -- John Wiley & Sons, Ltd (pages 1109-1115) -- 2009

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Cytoskeletal and developmental alterations in Ceratophyllum demersum induced by microcystin-LR, a cyanobacterial toxin

Szigeti, Z. M. et al.

Aquatic botany. VOL 92; NUMBER 3, ; 2010, 179-184 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 179-184) -- 2010

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Microcystin-LR induces abnormal root development by altering microtubule organization in tissue-cultured common reed (Phragmites australis) plantlets

Mathe, C. et al.

Aquatic toxicology. VOL 92; NUMBER 3, ; 2009, 122-130 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. (pages 122-130) -- 2009

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In vivo SPECT and ex vivo autoradiographic brain imaging of the novel selective CB1 receptor antagonist radioligand [^1^2^5I]SD7015 in CB1 knock-out and wildtype mouse

Mathe, D. et al.

Brain research bulletin. VOL 91, ; 2013, 46-51 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. Part; (pages 46-51) -- 2013

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The decrease of dopamine D2/D3 receptor densities in the putamen and nucleus caudatus goes parallel with maintained levels of CB1 cannabinoid receptors in Parkinson's disease: A preliminary autoradiographic study with the selective dopamine D2/D3 antagonist [^3H]raclopride and the novel CB1 inverse agonist [^1^2^5I]SD7015

Farkas, S. et al.

Brain research bulletin. VOL 87; NUMBER 6, ; 2012, 504-510 -- Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam. Part: Part 6; (pages 504-510) -- 2012

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