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AbstractThe study presents a fragment of pilot studies showing the reconstruction of the transverse arch of the foot using a specially constructed orthosis for this purpose. It involves the mechanical reinforcement of the effect by an orthosis, which pushes down the I, IV, and V metatarsal bones...
AbstractThe structure of amyloid Aβ(1-41) is the object of many papers due to the neurodegenerative processes induced by this amyloid. One of the ways to investigate the possible structural forms other than the amyloid is to incorporate the fragment of this peptide into the chain of...
AbstractThe relation between distribution of hydrophobic amino acids along with protein chains and their structure is far from being completely understood. No reliable method allows ab initio prediction of the folded structure from this distribution of physicochemical properties, even when they...
AbstractThe processes of globalization and integration, as well as technologies and computerization, occurring in public life cause significant changes in all its spheres, especially in medicine. Nowadays, computerization of health-care facilities has become the norm of their development....
AbstractThe urinary incontinence diagnostic process should include a medical history focused on ailments related to it and their impact on the quality of patient’s life. The lack of proper control over the function of the lower urinary tract creates a lot of troubles for sufferers and prevents...
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