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1-Jan-2015Identification of miR-93 as a suitable miR for normalizing miRNA in plasma of tuberculosis patientsBarry, SE; Chan, B; Ellis, M; Yang, Y; Plit, ML; Guan, G; Wang, X; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM
1-Oct-2018Identification of a plasma microRNA profile in untreated pulmonary tuberculosis patients that is modulated by anti-mycobacterial therapyBarry, SE; Ellis, M; Yang, YR; Guan, G; Wang, X; Britton, WJ; Saunders, BM
1-Dec-2018Engaging cervical spinal circuitry with non-invasive spinal stimulation and buspirone to restore hand function in chronic motor complete patientsFreyvert, Y; Yong, NA; Morikawa, E; Zdunowski, S; Sarino, ME; Gerasimenko, Y; Edgerton, VR; Lu, DC
1-Apr-2015The placental protein syncytin-1 impairs antiviral responses and exaggerates inflammatory responses to influenzaTolosa, JM; Parsons, KS; Hansbro, PM; Smith, R; Wark, PB
1-Jan-2014Treatment failure in patients with chronic Blastocystis infectionRoberts, T; Ellis, J; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Stark, D
1-Mar-2013Subtype distribution of Blastocystis isolates identified in a Sydney population and pathogenic potential of BlastocystisRoberts, T; Stark, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-Aug-2018An experimental study in distinguishing an authentic herbal substance from sham herbal substancesLoyeung, B; Lee, J; Michaeil, C; Zaslawski, C
1-Aug-2016Subtype distribution of Blastocystis in communities along the Chao Phraya river, ThailandPalasuwan, A; Palasuwan, D; Mahittikorn, A; Chiabchalard, R; Combes, V; Popruk, S
1-Nov-2012Bone microarchitecture at oral implant sites in ectodermal dysplasia (ED): A comparison between males and femalesSilthampitag, P; Klineberg, I; Austin, B; Jones, AS
1-Jan-2011Ultramicroscopy of bone at oral implant sites: A comparison of ed and control patients. part 1-defining the protocolSilthampitag, P; Klineberg, I; Jones, AS; Austin, B; Zee, KY; Wallace, C; Scholz, S; Naim, A; Zoud, K
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