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D1 receptor
D2 receptorD2 receptor (nifext 5834)D2 receptor (nifext 5838)
D2 receptor (nifext 5841)D3 receptorD3 receptor (nifext 6752)
D3 receptor (nifext 6756)D3 receptor (nifext 6759)D4 receptor
D4 receptor (nifext 7164)D4 receptor (nifext 7167)D4 receptor (nifext 7170)
D5 receptorD5 receptor (nifext 7275)D5 receptor (nifext 7278)
D5 receptor (nifext 7281)DALcl1 lineage neuronDALcl2 lineage neuron
DALcm1 lineage neuronDALcm2 lineage neuronDALd1 lineage neuron
DALl1 lineage neuronDALv1 lineage neuronDALv2 lineage neuron
DALv3 lineage neuronDAMd1 lineage neuronDAMd2 lineage neuron
DAMd3 lineage neuronDAMv1 lineage neuronDAMv2 lineage neuron
DB/dtDB1X
DBADBA/1JDBA/1LacJ
DBA/2DBA/2BiJDBA/2DeJ
DBA/2HaSmnJDBA/2JDBA/8BiDsmJ
DDD, P,P'-DDE, P,P'-DDT, O,P'-
DDT, P,P'-DICOM Accession Number
DICOM administration attributeDICOM termDI fascicle
DJ-1 Mutant DrosophilaDL fascicleDL neuron
DMP2 ILP7 neuron of abdominal segment 6
DMP2 ILP7 neuron of abdominal segment 7DMP2 ILP7 neuron of abdominal segment 8DMP2 ILP7 neuron of abdominal segment 9
DMP2 neuronDMVH2003 parcellation schemeDMVH2003 parcellation scheme parcel
DM fascicleDN1 neuronDN1a neuron
DN1p neuronDN2 neuronDN3 neuron
DN3a neuronDNADNA methylation
DNA microarrayDNA specific probeDNQX
DOPADPLal1 lineage neuronDPLal2 lineage neuron
DPLal3 lineage neuronDPLam lineage neuronDPLc1 lineage neuron
DPLc2 lineage neuronDPLc3 lineage neuronDPLc4 lineage neuron
DPLc5 lineage neuronDPLcv lineage neuronDPLd lineage neuron
DPLl1 lineage neuronDPLl2 lineage neuronDPLl3 lineage neuron
DPLm1 lineage neuronDPLm2 lineage neuronDPLp1 lineage neuron
DPLp2 lineage neuronDPMl1 lineage neuronDPMl2 lineage neuron
DPMl3 lineage neuronDPMl4 lineage neuronDPMm1 lineage neuron
DPMm2 lineage neuronDPMm3 lineage neuronDPMpl1 lineage neuron
DPMpl2 lineage neuronDPMpl3 lineage neuron.DPMpl4 lineage neuron
DPMpm1 lineage neuronDPMpm2 lineage neuronDP receptor
DP receptor (nifext 7097)DP receptor (nifext 7100)DP receptor (nifext 7103)
DRG IA cellDRG IB cellDRG II cell
DRG Meissner's corpuscle cellDRG Merckel disc cellDRG Pacinian corpuscle cell
DRG hair follicle cellDRG pain cellDRG temperature cell
DVH DataDVH Dose Scaling
DVH Maximum DoseDVH Mean DoseDVH Minimum Dose
DVH Normalization Dose ValueDVH Normalization PointDVH Number of Bins
DVH ROI Contribution TypeDVH Referenced ROI SequenceDVH Sequence
DVH TypeDVH Volume UnitsD Dopa
DacarbazineDaclizumabDactinomycin
Dalian University of Technology; Dalian; ChinaDamageDamaged
DanazolDanio
Danish Agency for Science Technology and InnovationDanish National Research FoundationDantrolene
DapiprazoleDappledDapsone
DaptomycinDarbepoetin alfaDarifenacin
Dark-field imaging protocolDark-field transmission optical imaging protocolDark Material
Dark blueDark brownDark current
Dark cyanDark greenDark grey
Dark magentaDark orangeDark pale pink
Dark phaseDark purpleDark rearing paradigm
Dark redDark red brownDark violet
Dark yellowDartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Dartmouth College; New Hampshire; USADartmouth Medical School; New Hampshire; USADarunavir
DasatinibDataElementTemplate
Data Element TemplateData Information SequenceData Point Columns
Data Point RowsData RepresentationData Set Subtype
Data Set TypeData access protocolData acquisition software
Data analysis serviceData analysis software
Data analytics softwareData analyzerData attribute
Data citationData citation serviceData compression software
Data distribution softwareData management
Data management softwareData objectData or information resource
Data processing software
Data production toolData repository
Data roleData sensor feedData set
Data storage softwareData transfer software
Data transformationData transformation objectiveData visualization software
Database
DateTime
Date of Last CalibrationDate of Last Detector CalibrationDate of Secondary Capture
Dative shiftDaughterDaunorubicin
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA; California; USADavidson College; North Carolina; USADch3 / 1 neuron
Dch3 neuronDe-coupled NucleusDe-coupling
De-coupling Chemical Shift ReferenceDe-coupling FrequencyDe-coupling Method
DeadDead Time Correction FlagDead Time Factor
Deafmutism-retinal degeneration syndromeDeathDecade
DecamethoniumDecapodaDecapodiformes
Decay CorrectionDecay FactorDecay of activation
DecayedDeceptionDeception task
Decerebrate preparationDecibelDeciduous (generic)
Deciduous (plant)Decimate/Crop ResultDecision
Decision makingDecitabineDeclarative knowledge
Declarative memoryDeclarative ruleDeclive (VI) of ABA 2009
DecreasedDecreased AreaDecreased Osmolality
Decreased acidityDecreased ageDecreased binding
Decreased circumferenceDecreased co-expressionDecreased co-staining
Decreased coilingDecreased concentrationDecreased consumption
Decreased contractilityDecreased coordinationDecreased curvature
Decreased densityDecreased depthDecreased diameter
Decreased distanceDecreased distributionDecreased duration of temperature
Decreased efficiencyDecreased elevationDecreased expression
Decreased fatigabilityDecreased fecundityDecreased female fertility
Decreased female receptivityDecreased fertilityDecreased flexibility
Decreased flowDecreased fluorescenceDecreased frequency
Decreased functionalityDecreased gene expressionDecreased height
Decreased intensityDecreased lengthDecreased life span
Decreased magnetismDecreased magnitudeDecreased male fertility
Decreased male receptivityDecreased massDecreased number
Decreased occurrenceDecreased odorDecreased osmolarity
Decreased perimeterDecreased periodDecreased permeability
Decreased photosensitivityDecreased positionDecreased pressure
Decreased radioactivityDecreased rateDecreased relaxation
Decreased resistance toDecreased sensitivity of occurrentDecreased sensitivity of occurrent to oxygen
Decreased sensitivity to irradiationDecreased sensitivity towardDecreased size
Decreased solubilityDecreased speedDecreased staining
Decreased strengthDecreased susceptibility towardDecreased temperature

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