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Dief·fen·bach

(dēf'en-bahk),
Johann F., German surgeon, 1792-1847.
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Dieffenbach, in his German translation of the first edition of this Journal.
Mental toughness (MT) is a psychological characteristic that plays a significant role in athletic success (Chen & Cheesman, 2013; Gould, Dieffenbach, & Moffatt, 2002; Weinberg, Butt, & Culp, 2011).
Vimaleswaran KS, Cavadino A, Berry DJ, Jorde R, Dieffenbach AK, Lu C, et al.
This year marks music director Larry Dieffenbach's 23rd year with "American Grands" and 15th as its music director.
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A diminuicao da carga viral em diferentes orgaos e fluidos corporais, mostra-se associada a uma menor transmissao do HIV em pacientes tratados adequadamente (DIEFFENBACH, 2012).
The geologist and naturalist Ernst Dieffenbach (1843, pp.235-238) provided a brief description of the scenery and geology of the harbour and the land to the south of it.
Its efficacy may be hugely affected by the selection of oligonucleotide primers (Dieffenbach et al., 1993).
Gould D, Dieffenbach K., Moffett A, 2002, Psychological characteristics and their development in Olympic champions.