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2015Select steroid hormone glucuronide metabolites can cause toll-like receptor 4 activation and enhanced painLewis, S.; Hutchinson, M.; Frick, M.; Zhang, Y.; Maier, S.; Sammakia, T.; Rice, K.; Watkins, L.
2015BET inhibitors induce apoptosis through a MYC independent mechanism and synergise with CDK inhibitors to kill osteosarcoma cellsBaker, E.; Taylor, S.; Gupte, A.; Sharp, P.; Walia, M.; Walsh, N.; Zannettino, A.; Chalk, A.; Burns, C.; Walkley, C.
2015Herbal substance, acteoside, alleviates intestinal mucositis in miceReinke, D.; Kritas, S.; Polychronopoulos, P.; Skaltsounis, A.; Aligiannis, N.; Tran, C.
2015DAT isn’t all that: cocaine reward and reinforcement require Toll-like receptor 4 signalingNorthcutt, A.; Hutchinson, M.; Wang, X.; Baratta, M.; Hiranita, T.; Cochran, T.; Pomrenze, M.; Galer, E.; Kopajtic, T.; Li, C.; Amat, J.; Larson, G.; Cooper, D.; Huang, Y.; O'Neill, C.; Yin, H.; Zahniser, N.; Katz, J.; Rice, K.; Maier, S.; et al.
2015Common drive to the upper airway muscle genioglossus during inspiratory loadingWoods, M.; Nicholas, C.; Semmler, J.; Chan, J.; Jordan, A.; Trinder, J.
2015Crossed motor innervation of the base of human tongueKubin, L.; Jordan, A.; Nicholas, C.; Cori, J.; Semmler, J.; Trinder, J.
2015Standardization of the Dmax method for calculating the second lactate thresholdChalmers, S.; Esterman, A.; Eston, R.; Norton, K.
2015A progressive assessment strategy improves student learning and perceived course quality in undergraduate physiologySaint, D.; Horton, D.; Yool, A.; Elliott, A.
2015Alcohol-induced sedation and synergistic interactions between alcohol and morphine: a key mechanistic role for Toll-like receptors and MyD88-dependent signalingCorrigan, F.; Wu, Y.; Tuke, J.; Coller, J.; Rice, K.; Diener, K.; Hayball, J.; Watkins, L.; Somogyi, A.; Hutchinson, M.
2015Chromosomal DNA damage measured using the cytokinesis-block micronucleus cytome assay is significantly associated with cognitive impairment in South AustraliansLee, S.; Thomas, P.; Hecker, J.; Faunt, J.; Fenech, M.