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Synonyms: Polymacon, Licryfilcon A, Licryfilcon B, AG-J-78760, CTK4F4876, ...
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  • Excerpts from The Learning Mystique: a Critical Look at "Learning Disabilities" [6].
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  • Social perceptions of cancer and their impacts: implications for nursing practice arising from the literature At the millennium cancer still holds a special mystique and is imbued with socio-cultural meanings, which extend far beyond the rational, scientific and biological facts of the disease [8].
  • Among psychoanalysts of all colorations respecting their Freudian orthodoxy, there is a special mystique and nostalgia around the Oedipus complex and paramountcy of the father in a child's mental life; but Otto Rank took a militant, yet reasoned, stand against such patriarchal biases [9].

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  • As long as its water content is controlled between 63 and 78%, the contact lens made of poly(methyl methacrylate-N-vinylpyrrolidone) has the flexibility on the same order as that of conventional soft contact lenses of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) [33].
  • Microspheres of poly(2-hydroxyethyl methacrylate) with and without cross-linker were prepared by suspension polymerization [34].
  • In order to assess the effect of gelatin, which is routinely used for ES cell cultures, PHEMA slabs were soaked in gelatin solutions and compared the number of cells on gelatin-treated and untreated slabs 4 days after cell seeding [35].


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