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Question DetailsAsked on 12/5/2017

What are the most liable variants for the interior doors?

What are the most liable variants for the neurology experiment? I'm working on the research paper for the Neurology class that requires some examples on the key factors for the medical cases. In fact, some statistics data about the liability of the neuro cells are needed to compare with expert assessment.

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Is there a chance you posted this to the wrong site ? Angies List covers reviews and questions about home/residential property construction, repair, and home and individual services, not medical issues (other than reviews of medical providers).

I would suspect you need to be looking in the library for books on neurology or cell biology.. Also - I was curious what a "liable cell" was - unless you meant liable to retrogression, I suspect maybe you meant "labile" - which if you were mispelling it might explain why you could not find online info on the subject.

If you are looking for statistical data, sounds like you need to be looking for articles from the CDC or in medical journals like the New England Journal of Medicine or the American Academy of Neurology publication which appears to be titled just the Neurology Journal, or Statistical Methods in MEdiucal Research articles maybe (though those tend to be more about the math methods than the biology results).

Good Luck with your studies - though I suggest that cribbing your paper from online school paper sites is not going to teach you the material, nor do your patients any service when yuou do not know the material because you cribbed it instead of actually researching and learning it yourself.

Answered 2 years ago by LCD


Thanks for the answer, LCD. I totally messed up everything in the question. There was a mispelling in "liable cells", you are right. I meant "labile". And the name of the topic itself was to be:

What are the most labile variants of cells for the neurology experiment?

I posted it in the section Health> Neurology.

Thanks for the recommendations and resources mentioned. I'll try to find the info there.

As for the services, I use only the statistics and samples data they share. Sometimes, there's a wirthy investigation by some scholars.

Thanks a lot!

Answered 2 years ago by leticiavincent

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