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1-Mar-2008Pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic characterisation of RBx 7796: A novel 5-lipoxygenase inhibitorShirumalla, RK; Sharma, P; Dastidar, SG; Paliwal, JK; Kakar, S; Varshney, B; Singh Saini, G; Sattigeri, V; Salman, M; Ray, A
24-Jan-2003Insights into the mechanisms of copper tolerance of a population of black-banded rainbowfish (Melanotaenia nigrans) (Richardson) exposed to mine leachate, using <sup>64/67</sup>CuGale, SA; Smith, SV; Lim, RP; Jeffree, RA; Petocz, P
1-Jul-2005Sexual behavior and impregnation success of adult male mosquitofish following exposure to 17β-estradiolDoyle, CJ; Lim, RP
1-Jul-2008Skeletal morphology and maturation of male Gambusia holbrooki exposed to sewage treatment plant effluentRawson, CA; Lim, RP; Warne, MSJ
1-Aug-2006The effect of 17β-estradiol on the development of modified hemal spines in early-life stage Gambusia holbrookiRawson, CA; Lim, RP; Warne, MSJ; Doyle, CJ
1-Nov-2006Endocrine disruption in male mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) inhabiting wetlands in Western AustraliaGame, C; Gagnon, MM; Webb, D; Lim, R
15-May-2012Copper redistribution in murine macrophages in response to Salmonella infectionAchard, MES; Stafford, SL; Bokil, NJ; Chartres, J; Bernhardt, PV; Schembri, MA; Sweet, MJ; Mcewan, AG
1-Jun-2003Differential effects of rosiglitazone on skeletal muscle and liver insulin resistance in A-ZIP/F-1 fatless miceKim, JK; Fillmore, JJ; Gavrilova, O; Chao, L; Higashimori, T; Choi, H; Kim, HJ; Yu, C; Chen, Y; Qu, X; Haluzik, M; Reitman, ML; Shulman, GI
1-Jan-2016Loss of BAP1 Expression Is Very Rare in Pancreatic Ductal AdenocarcinomaTayao, M; Andrici, J; Farzin, M; Clarkson, A; Sioson, L; Watson, N; Chua, TC; Sztynda, T; Samra, JS; Gill, AJ
1-Jan-2006Using the inflammatory cell infiltrate to estimate the age of human burn wounds: A review and immunohistochemical studyTarran, S; Langlois, NEI; Dziewulski, P; Sztynda, T
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