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H-ATPASE SUBUNIT -> 
  
CYTOCHROME C [1]   SOD [1]   SUPEROXIDE DISMUTASE [1]  
ACID [1]   LIPID [1]   PROGESTERONE [1]  
ADVERSE EFFECTS [1]   OXIDATIVE STRESS [1]   TESTICULAR [1]   TOXIC EFFECT [1]  
BLOOD [1]   CYTOSKELETON [1]   MALE [1]   RESPIRATION [1]   SERUM [1]   SPERM [1]   TESTES [1]   TESTIS [1]  

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H-RAS -> 
  
DNA POLYMERASE [1]   GGT [1]   K-RAS [1]   MSP [1]   TPA [1]   CAA [2]  
4-NITROQUINOLINE-1-OXIDE [1]   AAA [1]   CARCINOGEN [1]   CHOLESTEROL [1]   DNA [1]   DNTP [1]   FARNESYL PYROPHOSPHATE [1]   GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN [1]   GUANOSINE TRIPHOSPHATE [1]   INHIBITOR [1]   ISOPRENOID [1]   LEAD [1]   LIPID [1]   MEVALONATE [1]   PRENYL GROUP [1]   ACB [2]   BASE [2]  
PRENYLTRANSFERASE [1]   SYNTHASE [1]  
CANCER [1]   CARCINOGENESIS [1]   DYSPLASIA [1]   LESION [1]   MALIGNANT [1]   MASA [1]   NEOPLASTIC PROGRESSION [1]   ORAL [1]   OSTEOPOROSIS [1]   PAPILLOMA [1]   POUCH [1]   RESTENOSIS [1]   SENSITIVITY [1]   SQUAMOUS CELL CARCINOMA [1]   TOXICITY [1]   TUMOR [1]  
BUCCAL [1]   CAVITY [1]   PALATAL [1]   PLASMA MEMBRANE [1]   SERUM [1]   TONGUE [1]  

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H10 -> 
  
DIMETHYL [1]   METHYL [1]  
ETHYLACETATE [1]  
ACUTE [1]   COMA [1]   CONSCIOUSNESS DISORDER [1]   CONVULSION [1]   INTOXICATION [1]   ORAL [1]   POISONING [1]   TOXIC EFFECT [1]  
SERUM [1]  

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H19 -> 
  
CNF [1]   FACTOR 2 [1]   HRAS [1]   INSULIN [1]   KCNQ1 [1]   LIT1 [1]   MEG3 [1]   MTHFR [1]   NTF3 [1]   PAX8 [1]   PLAG1 [1]   RASGRF1 [1]   SFN [1]   STA [1]   VDUP1 [1]   PEG1 [2]   PEG3 [2]   GTL2 [3]   SNRPN [3]  
5-AZA-2'-DEOXYCYTIDINE [1]   ANTIANDROGEN [1]   CORN OIL [1]   CYTOTOXIN [1]   DIPHTHERIA TOXIN [1]   FUNGICIDE [1]   HISTONE [1]   LEAD [1]   PESTICIDE [1]   VITAMIN [1]   METHOXYCHLOR [2]   VINCLOZOLIN [2]   ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR [3]   TOXIN [3]   DNA [4]  
ESTROGENIC [1]  
ABERRATION [1]   ADENOCARCINOMA [1]   ADULT [1]   BREAST CANCER [1]   CANCER [1]   CARCINOGENESIS [1]   CELL PROLIFERATION [1]   COLON CARCINOMA [1]   COLON TUMOR [1]   DEATH [1]   DISORDER [1]   DMD [1]   E. COLI [1]   ENTERITIS [1]   ESCHERICHIA COLI [1]   FECES [1]   FERTILIZATION [1]   LESION [1]   LIVER METASTASES [1]   MALE INFERTILITY [1]   MALIGNANT TUMOR [1]   MAMMARY TUMOR [1]   MORPHOLOGY [1]   NECROSIS [1]   SENSITIVITY [1]   SPERM MOTILITY [1]   CYTOTOXIC [2]   IGF2 [2]   MEST [2]   TOXICITY [2]   TUMOR [2]   DEFECT [3]   SPERMATOGENESIS [3]  
CHROMATIN [1]   COLORECTAL [1]   INFANT [1]   MAMMARY [1]   SEMEN [1]   SPERMATOZOA [1]   SUBMAXILLARY GLAND [1]   TESTES [1]   EMBRYO [2]   FEMALE [2]   MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM [2]   SKELETAL MUSCLE [2]   SOMATIC CELL [2]   TAIL [2]   LIVER [3]   MALE [3]   SPERM [3]  

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H2 RECEPTOR -> 
  
HISTAMINE H1 RECEPTOR [1]  
ACETYLCHOLINE [1]   ACID [1]   ANTAGONIST [1]   ANTIHISTAMINE [1]   ATROPINE [1]   CAREBASTINE [1]   LEUKOTRIENE C4 [1]   SEDATIVE [1]  
HISTAMINE [1]  
ACUTE [1]   ADVERSE EFFECTS [1]   ALLERGIC [1]   ANAPHYLACTIC REACTION [1]   CHRONIC [1]   ORAL [1]   TOXICITY [1]  
BLOOD [1]   CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM [1]   PLATELET [1]   VISUAL [1]  

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H2-RECEPTOR -> 
  
ACID [1]   ALGINATE [1]   ANDROGEN [1]   ANDROSTENEDIONE [1]   ANTIANDROGEN [1]   CARCINOGEN [1]   DEHYDROEPIANDROSTERONE [1]   FOOD [1]   INHIBITOR [1]   LOXTIDINE [1]   NITRITE [1]   NIZATIDINE [1]   RANITIDINE HYDROCHLORIDE [1]   TERATOGEN [1]   TESTOSTERONE [1]   TRP- [1]   WATER [1]   BASE [2]   DNA [2]   CIMETIDINE [3]   RANITIDINE [3]   ANTAGONIST [6]  
ASCORBIC ACID [1]   HIS [1]   HISTAMINE [4]  
ACHLORHYDRIA [1]   ACUTE [1]   ADULT [1]   ADVERSE EFFECTS [1]   CARCINOID TUMOUR [1]   CHRONIC [1]   DYSPEPSIA [1]   GASTRIC FUNDUS [1]   GASTRO [1]   GENOTOXICITY [1]   POSTNATAL [1]   ULCER [1]   ESCHERICHIA COLI [2]   GESTATION [2]   PERINATAL [2]   TOXICITY [2]   ORAL [3]  
BODY WEIGHT [1]   CARDIOVASCULAR [1]   CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM [1]   GASTRIC MUCOSA [1]   HEPATOCYTE [1]   LYMPHOCYTE [1]   ORGAN [1]   PITUITARY [1]   PLASMA [1]   SEMINAL VESICLE [1]   SERUM [1]   SKIN FIBROBLAST [1]   SPINDLE [1]   URINE [1]   WEIGHT [1]   FEMALE [2]   GASTRIC [2]   LIVER [2]   MALE [2]  

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H2B -> 
  
GREEN FLUORESCENT PROTEIN [1]   LEAD [1]   MESSENGER RNA [1]   MYR [1]   PEPTIDE [1]   RED FLUORESCENT PROTEIN [1]  
ADULT [1]   TOXICITY [1]   VIRAL [1]   X-LINKED [1]  
CHROMOSOME [1]   EMBRYO [1]   FEMALE [1]   MALE [1]   MEMBRANE [1]   NEURAL TUBE [1]  

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HA-RAS -> 
  
KI-RAS [1]   N-RAS [1]   RAS [1]  
DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACID [1]   PARAFFIN [1]  
ENDOMETRIAL CANCER [1]   ENDOMETRIAL CARCINOMA [1]   SOMATIC MUTATION [1]   TUMOR [1]  

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HAI -> 
  
ASV [1]   PHA [1]  
ANTIBODIES [1]   SNAKE VENOM [1]   VENOM [1]  
DEATH [1]   NEUROTOXIC [1]   SENSITIVITY [1]  
SERUM [1]  

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HAM -> 
  
CF1 [1]   F10 [1]   HCG [1]   SERUM ALBUMIN [1]  
ALBENDAZOLE [1]   BENZIMIDAZOLE [1]   CARBOXYMETHYLCELLULOSE [1]  
DISLOCATION [1]   PREGNANCY [1]   TERATOGENIC EFFECT [1]   TOXICITY [1]  
CERVICAL [1]   EMBRYO [1]   FEMALE [1]   MALE [1]   UTERI [1]  

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