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succus

(suk'kus) plural.succi [L. succus, juice]
A juice or fluid secretion.

succus entericus

Intestinal juice.

succus gastricus

Gastric juice.
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Our efficiency measure, derived from AHA data, was based on prior studies (Succi, Lee, and Alexander 1997; Lee and Alexander 1999) and was defined as the ratio of a hospital's total expenditures to adjusted patient days.
Bava, L., Rapetti, L., Crovetto, G., Tamburini, A., Sandrucci, A., Galassi, G., & Succi, G.
The clinical exome aggregate data had 4 genes [SDHD (succi nate dehydrogenase complex, subunit D, integral membrane protein),10 PMS2 (PMS2 postmeiotic segregation increased 2 [S.
Davide Succi handed the hosts the lead before Adil Rami levelled matters in 19 minutes.
(6.) Coppola R, Salimei E, Succi M, Sorrentino E, Nanni M, Ranieri P, Belli R, Grazia L.
[12.] Filgueiras Fde M, Stolarczuk Dde A, Gripp AC, Succi IC.
Succi, "MHD-Limits to plasma confinement," in Proceedings of the 11th European Conference on Controlled Fusion and Plasma Physics, Aachen, Germany, September 1983.
Succi, Kinetic Scheme for Fluid Flows with Heat Transfer, University of Rome "La Sapienza", Roma, Italy, 2003.
Succi, "Lattice Boltzmann models with mid-range interactions," Communications in Computational Physics, vol.

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