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Hvordan spredte mennesket sig fra Afrika og ud over Jorden?

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Det moderne menneskes vej ind i Asien stiller store spørgsmål til vores oprindelse

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Homo sapiens' vandring ud af Afrika var… snørklet

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COVID-19-forskning: Del data om dine aktiviteter i ny app, og gør en forskel

Trine Rolighed Thomsen, Zahra Partovi Nasr & Carsten Obel

Hvornår kom de første mennesker til Amerika? Sporene bliver ældre og ældre

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Additional file 1 of What GPs do to meet accreditation standards – implementation activities and perceived improvements attributed to general practice accreditation

Cecilie Mølgaard, Flemming Bro & Anna Mygind
Supplementary Material 1 File name: Additional file 1. File format: Microsoft Word Document (.docx). Title of data: Association between team-based implementation activities and perceived improvements (full model with all predictors). Description of data: Adjusted model including all predictors in the logistic regression analyses.

Ny serie: Hvordan gik vi fra aber til de mennesker, vi er i dag?

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Additional file 1 of Home-based training technology for persons with dementia: a qualitative study of barriers and facilitators for mobility-based training at home

Eva Ladekjær Larsen, Frans Boch Waldorff, Helle Ploug Hansen & Karen la Cour
Additional file 1. Interview guides.

Additional file 3 of Evolutionary dynamics of pseudoautosomal region 1 in humans and great apes

Juraj Bergman & Mikkel Heide Schierup
Additional file 3. Analysis of sexual antagonism in PAR1 of humans a great apes.

Additional file 4 of Evolutionary dynamics of pseudoautosomal region 1 in humans and great apes

Juraj Bergman & Mikkel Heide Schierup
Additional file 4. Analysis of factors that ensure recombination in PAR1.

Additional file 5 of Evolutionary dynamics of pseudoautosomal region 1 in humans and great apes

Juraj Bergman & Mikkel Heide Schierup
Additional file 5. Review history.

Additional file 1 of Transmyringeal ventilation tube insertion for unilateral Menière’s disease: a protocol for a prospective, sham-controlled, double-blinded, randomized, clinical trial

Casper Grønlund Larsen, Mikael Karlberg, Frank Guldfred, Louise Devantier, Mathias Maagaard, Preben Homøe & Bjarki Ditlev Djurhuus
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Additional file 2 of A multi-omics approach unravels metagenomic and metabolic alterations of a probiotic and synbiotic additive in rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss)

Jacob Agerbo Rasmussen, Kasper Rømer Villumsen, Madeleine Ernst, Martin Hansen, Torunn Forberg, Shyam Gopalakrishnan, M. Thomas P. Gilbert, Anders Miki Bojesen, Karsten Kristiansen & Morten Tønsberg Limborg
Additional file 1 Supplementary information.

Additional file 3 of Qualitative longitudinal research in health research: a method study

Åsa Audulv, Elisabeth O. C. Hall, Åsa Kneck, Thomas Westergren, Liv Fegran, Mona Kyndi Pedersen, Hanne Aagaard, Kristianna Lund Dam & Mette Spliid Ludvigsen
Additional file 3. Guidelines for data charting

Additional file 1 of Standardized reporting and quantification of whole-body MRI findings in children with chronic non-bacterial osteomyelitis treated with pamidronate

C. M. Andreasen, R. F. Klicman, T. Herlin, E. M. Hauge & A. G. Jurik
Additional file 1: Image supplementary S1. MRI images of a 9-year-old girl diagnosed with CNO involving the spine. Images before and after one year of pamidronate treatment. (A, B) Pre-pamidronate, coronal and sagittal short tau inversion recovery (STIR) images show bone marrow edema in vertebra Th4,5,6 and Th8, most pronounced in Th6. Vertebral deformation was detected in Th1,4,5,6 and Th8. (C, D) Post-pamidronate, coronal and sagittal STIR images show resolution of bone marrow edema in...

sj-docx-1-jad-10.1177_10870547221130108 – Supplemental material for Parent Training for ADHD: No Generalization of Effects From Clinical to Neuropsychological Outcomes in a Randomized Controlled Trial

Rikke Lambek, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, Anne-Mette Lange, Daniel J. Carroll, David Daley & Per Hove Thomsen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jad-10.1177_10870547221130108 for Parent Training for ADHD: No Generalization of Effects From Clinical to Neuropsychological Outcomes in a Randomized Controlled Trial by Rikke Lambek, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, Anne-Mette Lange, Daniel J. Carroll, David Daley and Per Hove Thomsen in Journal of Attention Disorders

sj-docx-1-jad-10.1177_10870547221130108 – Supplemental material for Parent Training for ADHD: No Generalization of Effects From Clinical to Neuropsychological Outcomes in a Randomized Controlled Trial

Rikke Lambek, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, Anne-Mette Lange, Daniel J. Carroll, David Daley & Per Hove Thomsen
Supplemental material, sj-docx-1-jad-10.1177_10870547221130108 for Parent Training for ADHD: No Generalization of Effects From Clinical to Neuropsychological Outcomes in a Randomized Controlled Trial by Rikke Lambek, Edmund J. S. Sonuga-Barke, Anne-Mette Lange, Daniel J. Carroll, David Daley and Per Hove Thomsen in Journal of Attention Disorders

Additional file 4 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
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Additional file 1 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Additional file 3 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Louise Engelbrecht Buur, Jens Kristian Madsen, Inge Eidemak, Elizabeth Krarup, Thomas Guldager Lauridsen, Lena Helbo Taasti & Jeanette Finderup
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Additional file 1 of Does conservative kidney management offer a quantity or quality of life benefit compared to dialysis? A systematic review

Buur Louise Engelbrecht, Madsen Jens Kristian, Eidemak Inge, Krarup Elizabeth, Lauridsen Thomas Guldager, Taasti Lena Helbo & Finderup Jeanette
Additional file 1:

Additional file 1 of Childhood diabetes mellitus and early-onset kidney diseases later in life: a nationwide population-based matched cohort study

Jiahong Sun, Ce Wang, Min Zhao, Priscilla M. Y. Lee, Bo Xi, Yongfu Yu & Jiong Li
Additional file 1: Supplementary results. Fig. S1. Flow chartof inclusion/exclusion of participants in this study. Fig. S2. Cumulative incidence of overall early-onset kidneydiseases later in life among children by age of diagnosis of type 1 diabetesmellitus (0-5, 6-12, and 13-17 years). Fig. S3. Cumulative incidence of overall early-onset kidney diseases later inlife among children by age of diagnosis of type 2 diabetes mellitus (0-5, 6-12,and 13-17 years). Table S1. International Classification of Diseases codes for...

Additional file 2 of Meta-research evaluating redundancy and use of systematic reviews when planning new studies in health research: a scoping review

Hans Lund, Karen A. Robinson, Ane Gjerland, Hanna Nykvist, Thea Marie Drachen, Robin Christensen, Carsten Bogh Juhl, Gro Jamtvedt, Monica Nortvedt, Merete Bjerrum, Matt Westmore, Jennifer Yost & Klara Brunnhuber
Additional file 2: Appendix 1. Search June 2015.

Diet and bowel symptoms among colon cancer survivors

Mette Borre, Janne Fassov, Therese Juul, Søren Laurberg, Peter Christensen, Annette Boesen Bräuner, Ole Thorlacius Ussing, Michael Bødker Lauritzen, Asbjørn Mohr Drewes, Pia Møller Faaborg & Klaus Krogh
Survival from colon cancer (CC) has improved considerably over the last decades, yet many survivors suffer from late sequelae from treatment. Typical symptoms of bowel dysfunction after treatment of CC are diarrhea, urge for defecation, fecal incontinence, bloating and constipation. Most CC survivors make dietary changes to alleviate bowel symptoms. We aimed to describe the self-perceived effects of diet on bowel function among CC survivors and the level of dietary information given. In this cross-sectional...

Additional file 1 of Patient characteristics associated with retrospectively self-reported treatment outcomes following psychological therapy for anxiety or depressive disorders - a cohort of GLAD study participants

Christopher Rayner, Jonathan R.I. Coleman, Megan Skelton, Cherie Armour, John Bradley, Joshua E.J. Buckman, Molly R. Davies, Colette R. Hirsch, Matthew Hotopf, Christopher Hübel, Ian R. Jones, Gursharan Kalsi, Nathalie Kingston, Georgina Krebs, Yuhao Lin, Dina Monssen, Andrew M. McIntosh, Jessica R. Mundy, Alicia J. Peel, Katharine A. Rimes, Henry C. Rogers, Daniel J. Smith, Abigail R. ter Kuile, Katherine N. Thompson, David Veale … & Thalia C. Eley
Supplementary Material 1: Patient characteristics associated with prognosis following psychological therapy for anxiety or depressive disorders - a cohort of GLAD study participants

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