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2015-04-22Activin a protects midbrain neurons in the 6-hydroxydopamine mouse model of Parkinson's diseaseStayte, S; Rentsch, P; Li, KM; Vissel, B
2010-10-13Fibulin-1 is increased in asthma - a novel mediator of airway remodeling?Lau, JY; Oliver, BG; Baraket, M; Beckett, EL; Hansbro, NG; Moir, LM; Wilton, SD; Williams, C; Foster, PS; Hansbro, PM; Black, JL; Burgess, JK
2020-01-01Airway epithelial specific deletion of Jun-N-terminal kinase 1 attenuates pulmonary fibrosis in two independent mouse modelsvan der Velden, JL; Alcorn, JF; Chapman, DG; Lundblad, LKA; Irvin, CG; Davis, RJ; Butnor, K; Janssen-Heininger, YMW
2017-12-31Is mitochondrial dysfunction a driving mechanism linking COPD to nonsmall cell lung carcinoma?Ng Kee Kwong, F; Nicholson, AG; Harrison, CL; Hansbro, PM; Adcock, IM; Chung, KF
2018-02-06Understanding the unfolded protein response in the pathogenesis of asthmaPathinayake, PS; Hsu, ACY; Waters, DW; Hansbro, PM; Wood, LG; Wark, PAB
2009-07-01Differential responses of orexigenic neuropeptides to fasting in offspring of obese mothersChen, H; Morris, MJ
2019-05-01Autophagy activation in asthma airways remodelingMcAlinden, KD; Deshpande, DA; Ghavami, S; Xenaki, D; Sohal, SS; Oliver, BG; Haghi, M; Sharma, P
2010-01-15Reduction of tumstatin in asthmatic airways contributes to angiogenesis, inflammation, and hyperresponsivenessBurgess, JK; Boustany, S; Moir, LM; Weckmann, M; Lau, JY; Grafton, K; Baraket, M; Hansbro, PM; Hansbro, NG; Foster, PS; Black, JL; Oliver, BG
2009-09-01Neospora caninum - How close are we to development of an efficacious vaccine that prevents abortion in cattle?Reichel, MP; Ellis, JT
2017-07-01Mechanisms and treatments for severe, steroid-resistant allergic airway disease and asthmaHansbro, PM; Kim, RY; Starkey, MR; Donovan, C; Dua, K; Mayall, JR; Liu, G; Hansbro, NG; Simpson, JL; Wood, LG; Hirota, JA; Knight, DA; Foster, PS; Horvat, JC
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