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Volume 94, Number 3, September 2011

Specific T-cell activation in an unspecific T-cell repertoire
pp. 245-264(20)
Authors: Van Den Berg, Hugo A.; Molina-ParĂ­s, Carmen; Sewell, Andrew K.


Ionic liquids – an overview
pp. 265-297(33)
Author: Jenkins, Harry Donald Brooke


Development unchained: how cellular reprogramming is redefining our view of cell fate and identity
pp. 298-322(25)
Authors: Efe, Jem A.; Yuan, Xu; Jiang, Kai; Ding, Sheng


Open Access Shortage of resources for renewable energy and food production
pp. 323-334(12)
Author: Rhodes, Christopher J.


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The Physics of Rugby

pp. 335-336(2)
Authors: Chesney, Thomas; Lipscombe, Trevor Davis


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