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2002Age- and hypertension-induced changes in abnormal contractions in rat aortaAbeywardena, M.; Jablonskis, L.; Head, R.
2000Micronucleus induction and chromosome loss in transformed human white cells indicate clastogenic and aneugenic action of the cyanobacterial toxin, cylindrospermopsinHumpage, A.; Fenech, M.; Thomas, P.; Falconer, I.
2015Blood micronutrients and DNA damage in childrenMilne, E.; Greenop, K.; Ramankutty, P.; Miller, M.; de Klerk, N.; Armstrong, B.; Almond, T.; O'Callaghan, N.; Fenech, M.
1996The cardiovascular protective role of docosahexaenoic acid.McLennan, P.; Howe, P.; Abeywardena, M.; Muggli, R.; Raederstorff, D.; Mano, M.; Rayner, T.; Head, R.
2001Cell-free protein synthesis inhibition assay for the cyanobacterial toxin cylindrospermopsinFroscio, S.; Humpage, A.; Burcham, P.; Falconer, I.
2001Preliminary evidence for in vivo tumour initiation by oral administration of extracts of the blue-green alga Cylindrospermopsis raciborskii containing the toxin cylindrospermopsinFalconer, I.; Humpage, A.
2000Microcystins (cyanobacterial toxins) in drinking water enhance the growth of aberrant crypt foci in the mouse colonHumpage, A.; Hardy, S.; Bradford, E.; Froscio, S.; Falconer, I.
1989Hypernoradrenergic innervation: Its relationship to functional and hyperplastic changes in the vasculature of the spontaneously hypertensive ratHead, R.
2005Health risk assessment of cyanobacterial (Blue-green Algal) toxins in drinking waterFalconer, I.; Humpage, A.
2006Cyanobacterial (Blue-Green algal) toxins in water supplies: CylindrospermopsinsFalconer, I.; Humpage, A.