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2016-02-08Termites utilise clay to build structural supports and so increase foraging resourcesOberst, S; Lai, JCS; Evans, TA
2011-04-01An evolutionarily conserved, alternatively spliced, intron in the p68/DDX5 DEAD-box RNA helicase gene encodes a novel miRNAMoore, HC; Johnston, M; Nicol, SM; Bourdon, JC; Thompson, AM; Hutvagner, G; Fuller-Pace, FV
2006-06-01Sensitivities of Australian and New Zealand amphipods to copper and zinc in waters and metal-spiked sedimentsKing, CK; Gale, SA; Hyne, RV; Stauber, JL; Simpson, SL; Hickey, CW
2006-04Change in size of lesions over 3 weeks after radiofrequency ablation of left ventricle.Kovoor, P; Daly, M; Mikhail, M; Eipper, V; Dewsnap, B; Ross, DL
2014-01-01A similarity-based classification framework for multiple-instance learningXiao, Y; Liu, B; Hao, Z; Cao, L
2003-01-01Analysis of a novel expanded tip wire (ETW) antenna for microwave ablation of cardiac arrhythmiasChiu, HM; Mohan, AS; Weily, AR; Guy, DJR; Ross, DL
2012-06-01Design, simulation and experimental validation of a novel flexible neural probe for deep brain stimulation and multichannel recordingLai, HY; Liao, LD; Lin, CT; Hsu, JH; He, X; Chen, YY; Chang, JY; Chen, HF; Tsang, S; Shih, YYI
2014-01-01Spectral embedded hashing for scalable image retrievalChen, L; Xu, D; Tsang, IWH; Li, X
2012-09-17Pregnancy detection and monitoring in cattle via combined foetus electrocardiogram and phonocardiogram signal processingGargiulo, GD; Shephard, RW; Tapson, J; McEwan, AL; Bifulco, P; Cesarelli, M; Jin, C; Al-Ani, A; Wang, N; van Schaik, A
2011-10-01α-Actinin-3 deficiency is associated with reduced bone mass in human and mouseYang, N; Schindeler, A; McDonald, MM; Seto, JT; Houweling, PJ; Lek, M; Hogarth, M; Morse, AR; Raftery, JM; Balasuriya, D; MacArthur, DG; Berman, Y; Quinlan, KGR; Eisman, JA; Nguyen, TV; Center, JR; Prince, RL; Wilson, SG; Zhu, K; Little, DG; North, KN
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