December 2005
Croatian Medical Journal;2005, Vol. 46 Issue 6, p1020
Academic Journal
The article presents several abstracts of medical research published in various medical journals. It includes "Functional Elements Residing Within Satellite DNAs," by D. Ugarković, "Puumula Virus in Croatia in the 2002 HFRS Outbreak," by L. Cvetko, A. Markotić, J. Margaletić, M. Miletić-Medved, N. Turk et al, "Mean Blood Flow Velocities in Posterior Cerebral Arteries During Visual Stimulation," by M. Lisak, Z. Trkanjec, I. Mikula and V. Demarin and "Neutral Mutation as the Source of Genetic Variation in Life History Traits," by K. Brčić-Kostić.


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