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From:BMC Research Notes (Vol. 14, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedObjective The use of mice as animal models in biomedical research allows the standardization of genetic background and environmental conditions, which both affect phenotypic variability. As the use of both sexes in...
From:BMC Research Notes (Vol. 14, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedObjectives Peer support is rapidly being introduced into mental health services internationally, yet peer support interventions are often poorly described, limiting the usefulness of research in informing policy and...
From:BMC Research Notes (Vol. 14, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedObjective Reported rainfall data from multiple rain gauges and its corresponding estimate from Dual-Polarization (Dual-Pol) radar is presented here. The ordered set of data pairs were collected from multiple peer...
From:BMC Research Notes (Vol. 14, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedObjective To compare an objective with a subjective numeracy assessment for association with self-reported health status, where numeracy refers to "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to access, process,...
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