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2008Hot summers and heart failure: seasonal variations in morbidity and mortality in Australian heart failure patients (1994-2005)Inglis, S.; Clark, R.; Shakib, S.; Wong, D.; Molaee, P.; Wilkinson, D.; Stewart, S.; European Society of Cardiology Congress (ESC 2008) (30 Aug 2008 - 03 Sep 2008 : Munich, GERMANY)
2009Reduced effectiveness of escitalopram in the forced swimming test is associated with increased serotonin clearance rate in food-restricted ratsFrance, C.; Li, J.; Owens, W.; Koek, W.; Toney, G.; Daws, L.
2004Effects of convenience rice congee supplemented diets on guinea pig whole animal and gut growth, caecal digesta SCFA and in vitro ileal contractilityPatten, G.; Bird, A.; Topping, D.; Abeywardena, M.
2000Comparison of methods for teaching clinical skills in assessing and managing drug-seeking patientsTaverner, David; Dodding, C. J.; White, Jason Mark
2001The relationship between blood benzodiazepine concentration and vehicle crash culpabilityLongo, Maria C.; Lokan, Robert J.; White, Jason Mark
2003Dietary fats, carbohydrates and vascular disease: Sri Lankan perspectivesAbeywardena, Mahinda Y.
2000Clofibrate-induced in Vitro hepatoprotection against acetaminophen is not due to altered glutathione homeostasisNicholls-Grzemski, Felicity April; Calder, Ian C.; Priestly, Brian G.; Burcham, Philip Cyril
2002Dietary fish oil increases acetylcholine- and eicosanoid-induced contractility of isolated rat ileumPatten, Glen S.; Abeywardena, Mahinda Y.; McMurchie, Edward J.; Jahangiri, Anisa
2000Clofibrate pretreatment in mice confers resistance against hepatic lipid peroxidationNicholls-Grzemski, Felicity April; Belling, G. Brian; Priestly, Brian G.; Calder, Ian C.; Burcham, Philip Cyril
2001Extensive protein carbonylation precedes acrolein-mediated cell death in mouse hepatocytesBurcham, Philip Cyril; Fontaine, Frank R.