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2020Take precautions beforehand: calling for clinical trials of pediatric drugs for treating coronavirus disease 2019.ArtículoNi Shao-Qing.; Fu Qi-Bo.; Shou Xin-Yi.; Shu Qiang.-
2020Take proactive measures for the pandemic COVID-19 infection in the dialysis facilitiesArtículoLee Jia-Jung.; Lin Chun-Yu.; Chiu Yi-Wen.; Hwang Shang-Jyh.-
2020Taking the right measures to control COVID-19PreimpresoXiao, Y; Torok, M-
2020Taking the right measures to control COVID-19 in ophthalmology: the experience of a tertiary eye care referral center in ItalyArtículoBorrelli Enrico.; Sacconi Riccardo.; Querques Lea.; Zucchiatti Ilaria.; Prascina Francesco.; Bandello Francesco.; Querques Giuseppe.-
2020Target Virus or Target Ourselves for COVID-19 Drugs Discovery?-Lessons learned from anti-influenzas virus therapiesArtículoLiao Jiayu.; Way George.; Madahar Vipul.-
2020Target-Specific and Selective Drug Design for COVID-19 Using Deep Generative ModelsArtículoVijil Chenthamarakshan.; Payel Das.; Inkit Padhi.; Hendrik Strobelt.; Kar Wai Lim.; Ben Hoover.; Samuel C. Hoffman.; Aleksandra Mojsilovic.-
2020Targeted adaptive isolation strategy for Covid-19 pandemicPreimpresoZoltan Neufeld; Hamid Khataee; Andras Czirok-
2020Targeted adaptive isolation strategy for Covid-19 pandemicArtículoNeufeld Zoltan.; Khataee Hamid.; Czirok Andras.-
2020Targeting the catecholamine-cytokine axis to prevent SARS-CoV-2 cytokine storm syndromeArtículoMaximilian F Konig.; Mike Powell.; Verena Staedtke.; Ren-Yuan Bai.; David L Thomas.; Nicole Fischer.; Sakibul Huq.; Adham M Khalafallah.; Allison Koenecke.; Nickolas Papadopoulos.; Kenneth W Kinzler.; Bert Vogelstein.; Joshua T Vogelstein.; Susan Athey.; Shibin Zhou.; Chetan Bettegowda.-
2020Targeting the Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2: computational insights into the mechanism of action of the protease inhibitors Lopinavir, Ritonavir, and NelfinavirArtículoMoro Stefano.; Bolcato Giovanni.; Bissaro Maicol.; Pavan Matteo.; Sturlese Mattia.-
2020Telehealth for global emergencies: Implications for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19)ArtículoSmith Anthony C.; Thomas Emma.; Snoswell Centaine L.; Haydon Helen.; Mehrotra Ateev.; Clemensen Jane.; Caffery Liam J.-
2020Telemedicine and the COVID-19 Pandemic, Lessons for the FutureArtículoBashshur Rashid.; Doarn Charles R..; Frenk Julio M..; Kvedar Joseph C..; Woolliscroft James O..-
2020Telemedicine for diabetes care in India during COVID19 pandemic and national lockdown period: Guidelines for physicians.ArtículoA Ghosh.; R Gupta.; A Misra.-
2020Telemedicine in the Era of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications in Facial Plastic SurgeryArtículoShokri Tom.; Lighthall Jessyka G.-
2020Telemedicine in the fight against SARS-COV-2-opportunities and possible applications in otorhinolaryngology : Narrative review].ArtículoD Hagge.; A Knopf.; B Hofauer.-
2020Telemental Health in the Context of a Pandemic: the COVID-19 ExperienceArtículoWhaibeh Emile.; Mahmoud Hossam.; Naal Hady.-
2020TELEUROLOGY IN THE TIME OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC: HERE TO STAY?ArtículoLuciani L.G..; Mattevi D..; Cai T..; Giusti G..; Proietti S..; Malossini G..-
2020Temperature dependence of COVID-19 transmissionPreimpresoAlessio Notari-
2020Temperature, humidity, and wind speed are associated with lower Covid-19 incidenceArtículoIslam Nazrul.; Shabnam Sharmin.; Erzurumluoglu A Mesut.-
2020Temporal Association Between Particulate Matter Pollution and Case Fatality Rate of COVID-19 in Wuhan, ChinaArtículoYe Yao.; Jinhua Pan.; Zhixi Liu.; Xia Meng.; Weidong Wang.; Haidong Kan.; Weibing Wang.-