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11Vēveris M.; *Koch E.; Chatterjee S.S. Crataegus special extract WS® 1442 improves cardiac function and reduces infarct size in a rat model of prolonged coronary ischemia and reperfusion. LIFE SCI. 2004, 74(15), 1945-1955.      

12Katkeviča D.; Trapencieris P.; Boman A.; Kalviņš I.; *Lundstedt T. The Nenitzescu reaction: An initial screening of experimental conditions for improvment of the yield of a model reaction. J. Chemometr. 2004, 18(3-4), 183-187.      

13*Iovel I.; Golomba L.; Belyakov S.; Kemme A.; Popelis J.; Lukevics E. Trimethylsilylcyanation of N-[3-(2-furyl)-2-propenylidene]- trifluoromethylanilines. Chem. Heterocycl. Compd. 2004, 40(3), 295-300.      

14Sheremetev A.B.; Andrianov V.G.; Mantseva E.V.; Shatunova E.V.; Aleksandrova N.S.; Yudin I.L.; Dmitriev D.E.; Averkiev B.B.; Antipin M.Yu. Synthesis of secondary and tertiary aminofurazans. Russ. Chem. Bull. 2004, 53(3), 596-614.      

15*Lukevics E.; Ignatovich L.; Belyakov S. 2-Furfurylgermatrane. Appl. Organomet. Chem. 2004, 18(4), 203.      

16Arsenyan P.; Oberte K.; Rubina K.; Belyakov S.; Lukevics E. Reaction of 1,2,3-selenadiazoles with phosphines. Chem. Heterocycl. Compd. 2004, 40(4), 503-506.      

17*Abele R.; Zvejniece L.; Ābele E.; Rubina K.; Arsenyan P.; Vandish M.; Pudova O.; Dambrova M.; Domracheva I.; Shestakova I.; Popelis J.; Lukevics E. Synthesis and neurotropic activity of silyl propargyl alcohols and sulfides. Appl. Organomet. Chem. 2004, 18(4), 181-186.      

18*Arsenyan P.; Pudova O.; Popelis J.; Lukevics E. Novel radial oligothienyl silanes. Tetrahedron Lett. 2004, 45(15), 3109-3111.      

19Hosia W.; Bark N.; Liepinsh E.; Tjernberg A.; Persson B.; Hallen D.; Thyberg J.; Johansson J.; *Tjernberg L. Folding into a β-Hairpin Can Prevent Amyloid Fibril-Formation. Biochemistry 2004, 43(16), 4655-4661.      

20*Dambrova M.; Chlopicki S.; Liepinsh E.; Kirjanova O.; Gorshkova O.; Kozlovski V.I.; Uhlen S.; Liepiņa I.; Petrovska R.; Kalvinsh I. The methylester of γ-butyrobetaine, but not γ-butyrobetaine itself, induces muscarinic receptor-dependent vasodilatation. Naunyn-Schmiedeberg's Arch. Pharmacol. 2004, 369(5), 533-539.      

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