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Comments on factors influencing the removal of divalent cations by hydroxyapatite Discussion
(Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2009)
Recently, Smicklas et al. [I. Smicklas, A. Onjia, S. Raicevic, Dj. Janackovic, M. Mitric, J. Hazard. Mater. 152 (2008) 876-884)] have reported on the effect of pH, contact time, initial metal concentration and presence of ...
Comments on the authors response to the comments on Factors influencing the removal of divalent cations by hydroxyapatite, by Smicilklas et al.
(Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2010)
Recently, Smitiklas et al.  have responded to my comments  on their article Factors influencing the removal of divalent cations by hydroxyapatite . The authors response, however, contains similar mistakes given ...
Does VaxGen hide the breakthrough infections?
Biomedical Potential of mTOR Modulation by Nanoparticles
(Trends in Biotechnology, 2016)
Modulation of the mammalian target of rapamycin (mTOR), the principal regulator of cellular homeostasis, underlies the biological effects of engineered nanoparticles, including regulation of cell death/survival and metabolic ...
Comment on Oscillation of the Fe and Co magnetic moments near the sharp (1 -1 0) Fe/Co interface
(Physical Review Letters, 1998)
Temperature measurement of carbon arc plasma in helium
AIDS epidemic at the beginning of the third millennium: time for a new AIDS vaccine strategy
Current expansion of AIDS pandemic significantly accelerates AIDS vaccine research resulting in development and clinical testing of several AIDS vaccine candidates. At the same time, available experimental and clinical ...
Mutant K-ras2 in serum
(Gut: An International Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, 2003)
Comment on Sodium pyroxene NaTiSi2O6: Possible haldane spin-1 chain system - Popovic et al. reply
(Physical Review Letters, 2006)