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1.Characterising axial psoriatic arthritis: correlation between whole spine MRI abnormalities and clinical, laboratory and radiographic findings

2.Patients with presumed tuberculosis in sub-Saharan Africa that are not diagnosed with tuberculosis: a systematic review and meta-analysis

3.Examining subjective experience of aberrant salience in young individuals at ultra-high risk (UHR) of psychosis: A 1-year longitudinal study

4.A green process for simultaneously efficient base metals removal and precious metals enrichment from copper anode slime

5.Concrete made of 100% recycled materials - Feasibility study

6.A novel approach on recycling short-chopped carbon fibers by electric field induced manipulation

7.Enhancing resilience through port coalitions in maritime freight networks

8.Explainable machine learning model and reliability analysis for flexural capacity prediction of RC beams strengthened in flexure with FRCM

9.Origin and evolution of a crack in silicon induced by a single grain grinding

10.Mechanical response of single-crystal copper under vibration excitation based on molecular dynamics simulation

11.Landscape predictions of western balsam bark beetle activity implicate warm temperatures, a longer growing season, and drought in widespread irruptions across British Columbia

12.Design, synthesis and human carbonic anhydrase I, II, IX and XII inhibitory properties of 1,3-thiazole sulfonamides

13.Fundamental physical features of resonant spontaneous bremsstrahlung radiation of ultrarelativistic electrons on nuclei in strong laser fields

14.Experimental realization of linearly polarized x-ray detected ferromagnetic resonance

15.Linking topological features of the Hofstadter model to optical diffraction figures