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201614-3-3z regulates the mitochondrial respiratory reserve linked to platelet phosphatidylserine exposure and procoagulant functionDarbousset, Roxane; Jackson, Shaun; James, David; Krycer, James; Maclean, Jessica; Schoenwaelder, Simone; Yuan, Yuping; Andrews, Robert K; Berndt, Michael; Cranmer, Susan; Gardiner, Elizabeth E; Henstridge, Darren; Lopez, Angel; Orive, Stephanie; Pitson, Stuart; Ramshaw, Hayley; Sturgeon, Sharelle; van der Wal, Dianne; Woodcock, Joanna; Yao, Yu; Zheng, Zhaohua; Charles Perkins Centre; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; School of Life and Environmental Sciences (SOLES); Molecular Bioscience; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute14-3-3z regulates the mitochondrial respiratory reserve linked to platelet phosphatidylserine exposure and procoagulant function, Nature Communications, vol.7, N/A, 2016,pp 1-15
2010The 5A Apolipoprotein A-I Mimetic Peptide Displays Antiinflammatory and Antioxidant Properties In Vivo and In Vitro.Barter, Philip; Rye, Kerry-Anne; Lambert, Gilles; Millet, Jonathon; Nakhla, Shirley; Remaley, Alan; Segaliny, Aude; Tabet, Fatiha; Yan, Ling; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteThe 5A Apolipoprotein A-I Mimetic Peptide Displays Antiinflammatory and Antioxidant Properties In Vivo and In Vitro., Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, vol.30, 2,pp 246-252
2006ABCA1 and ABCG1 synergize to mediate cholesterol export to apoA-I.Harris, Matthew; Kritharides, Leonard; Rye, Kerry-Anne; Brown, Andrew J; Cartland, Sian; Gelissen, Ingrid; Jessup, Wendy; Kockx, Maaike; Packianathan, Mathana; Quinn, Carmel M; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteABCA1 and ABCG1 synergize to mediate cholesterol export to apoA-I., Arteriosclerosis Thrombosis and Vascular Biology, vol.26,(3),2006,pp 534-540
2010Ability of Hypochlorous Acid and N-Chloramines to Chlorinate DNA and Its ConstituentsHawkins, Clare; Pattison, David; Stanley, Naomi; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAbility of Hypochlorous Acid and N-Chloramines to Chlorinate DNA and Its Constituents, Chemical Research in Toxicology, vol.23, 7, 2010,pp 1293-1302
2010Ability of traditional lipid ratios and apolipoprotein ratios to predict cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetesBarter, Philip; Keech, Anthony (Tony); Mann, Kirsty; Simes, Robert John; Best, J; Ehnholm, Christian; Hamwood, S; Sullivan, David Richmond; Taskinen, M.; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreAbility of traditional lipid ratios and apolipoprotein ratios to predict cardiovascular risk in people with type 2 diabetes, Diabetologia: clinical and experimental diabetes and metabolism, vol.53, 9,pp 1846-1855
2007Abstract 1047: Infusion of Reconstituted High Density Lipoproteins Into Humans Enhances the In Vitro Anti-Inflammatory Capacity of the High Density Lipoprotein FractionBarter, Philip; Celermajer, David; Patel, Sanjay; Rye, Kerry-Anne; Drew, Brian; Duffy, Stephen; Kingwell, Bronwyn; Nahkla, Shirley; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAbstract 1047: Infusion of Reconstituted High Density Lipoproteins Into Humans Enhances the In Vitro Anti-Inflammatory Capacity of the High Density Lipoprotein Fraction, Circulation (Baltimore), vol.116, N/A,pp II_209-N/A
2006Abstract 1355: The Impact of Glycation on the Anti-inflammatory Properties of High Density Lipoproteins in vivoBao, Shisan; Barter, Philip; Celermajer, David; Davies, Michael; Puranik, Rajesh; Rye, Kerry-Anne; Nobecourt, Estelle; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAbstract 1355: The Impact of Glycation on the Anti-inflammatory Properties of High Density Lipoproteins in vivo, Circulation (Baltimore), vol.114, N/A,pp II-257-II-258
2006Abstract 3357: Superiority of ApoB/ApoA1 Ratio for Predicting Cardiovascular Risk in Pooled Analyses of the Incremental Decrease in Endpoints through Aggressive Lipid-Lowering (IDEAL) and Treating to New Targets (TNT) TrialsBarter, Philip; Cater, Nilo B; Demicco, David A; Gaffney, Michael; Holme, Ingar; Kastelein, John J.P.; LaRosa, John C.; Olsson, Anders G; Pedersen, Terje R; Szarek, M; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAbstract 3357: Superiority of ApoB/ApoA1 Ratio for Predicting Cardiovascular Risk in Pooled Analyses of the Incremental Decrease in Endpoints through Aggressive Lipid-Lowering (IDEAL) and Treating to New Targets (TNT) Trials, Circulation (Baltimore), vol.114, N/A,pp II_713-II_714
2007Abstract 3691: Features Of Metabolic Syndrome Identify Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus At High Risk For Cardiovascular Events And Greater Absolute Benefits Of FenofibrateBarter, Philip; Copt, Samuel; Keech, Anthony (Tony); Pardy, Christopher; Best, James; D'Emden, Michael C.; Drury, P; Ehnholm, Christian; FIELD study investigators, Fenofibrate Intervention and Event Lowering in Diabetes; Kesaniemi, Y. Antero; Scott, Russell; Taskinen, M.; Tse, Dana; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials Centre; School of Public Health: NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreAbstract 3691: Features Of Metabolic Syndrome Identify Individuals With Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus At High Risk For Cardiovascular Events And Greater Absolute Benefits Of Fenofibrate, Circulation (Baltimore), vol.116, N/A,pp II_838-N/A
2008Accumulation of zinc in human atherosclerotic lesions correlates with calcium levels but does not protect against protein oxidationBannon, Paul; Davies, Michael; Daemen, Mat; Heeneman, Sylvia; Stadler, Nadina; Stanley, Naomi; Vacata, Vladimir; Waltenberger, Johannes; Central Clinical School: Surgery; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAccumulation of zinc in human atherosclerotic lesions correlates with calcium levels but does not protect against protein oxidation, Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology, vol.28, 5, 2008,pp 1024-1030
2010Acetaminophen (paracetamol) inhibits myeloperoxidase-catalyzed oxidant production and biological damage at therapeutically achievable concentrationsDavies, Michael; Hawkins, Clare; Pattison, David; Fu, Shanlin; Graham, Garry G.; Kajer, Tracey; Keh, Jeremy S.; Kettle, Anthony J.; Koelsch, Maud; Mallak, Roger; Milligan, Marian K.; Newsham, Dawn W.; Nguyen, Ly Q.; Rees, Martin D; Scott, Kieran F; Ziegler, John B.; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAcetaminophen (paracetamol) inhibits myeloperoxidase-catalyzed oxidant production and biological damage at therapeutically achievable concentrations, Biochemical Pharmacology, vol.79, 8, 2010,pp 1156-1164
2006Actions of ultraviolet light on cellular structures.Davies, Michael; Pattison, David; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteActions of ultraviolet light on cellular structures., EXS, vol.96, N/A, 2006,pp 131-157
2006Actions of ultraviolet light on cellular structures.Davies, Michael; Pattison, David; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteActions of ultraviolet light on cellular structures., EXS, vol.96, N/A, 2006,pp 131-157
2009Acute hypertriglyceridaemia in humans increases the triglyceride content and decreases the anti-inflammatory capacity of high density lipoproteinsBarter, Philip; Celermajer, David; Patel, Sanjay; Puranik, Rajesh; Rye, Kerry-Anne; Stocker, Roland; Wang, Xiaosuo; Lambert, Gilles; Lundmand, Pia; Nakhla, Shirley; Nicholls, Stephen J; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Medicine Faculty Office; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Other or Unknown; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch InstituteAcute hypertriglyceridaemia in humans increases the triglyceride content and decreases the anti-inflammatory capacity of high density lipoproteins, Atherosclerosis, vol.204, 2, 2009,pp 424-428
2013Acute intermittent hypoxia induced neural plasticity in respiratory motor controlPilowsky, Paul; Bautista, Tara; Fong, Angelina; Xing, Tao; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAcute intermittent hypoxia induced neural plasticity in respiratory motor control, Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology and Physiology, vol.40, 9, 2013,pp 602-609
2006Aggressive lipid lowering with atorvastatin reduces increased risk of cardiovascular events in patients with metabolic syndrome and coronary heart diseaseBarter, Philip; Carmena, Rafael; Deedwania, Prakash; Fruchart, Jean-Charles; Haffner, Steven; Shepherd, James; Treating to New Targets, (TNT) Investigators; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAggressive lipid lowering with atorvastatin reduces increased risk of cardiovascular events in patients with metabolic syndrome and coronary heart disease, European Heart Journal (English Edition), vol.27, Suppl 1,pp 931-932
2016Aging impairs ischemia-induced neovascularization by attenuating the mobilization of bone marrow-derived angiogenic cellsClayton, Zoe; Lam, Yuen; Lecce (Venuto), Laura; Ng, Martin; Simpson, Philippa; Karas, Richard; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; ChemistryAging impairs ischemia-induced neovascularization by attenuating the mobilization of bone marrow-derived angiogenic cells, IJC Metabolic & Endocrine, vol.12, N/A, 2016,pp 19-29
2014Aging Impairs VEGF-Mediated, Androgen-Dependent Regulation Of AngiogenesisHandelsman, David; Lam, Yuen; Lecce (Venuto), Laura; Lindsay, Laura Ann; Ng, Martin; Simpson, Philippa; Yuen, Sui; Concord Clinical School: ANZAC Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: Bosch Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Chemistry; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAging Impairs VEGF-Mediated, Androgen-Dependent Regulation Of Angiogenesis, Molecular Endocrinology, vol.28, 9, 2014,pp 1487-1501
2016Alerted microglia and the sympathetic nervous system: A novel form of microglia in the development of hypertensionFarnham, Melissa; Pilowsky, Paul; Bhandare, Amol M; Kapoor, Komal; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAlerted microglia and the sympathetic nervous system: A novel form of microglia in the development of hypertension, Respiratory Physiology and Neurobiology, vol.226, N/A, 2016,pp 51-62
2011Amino acid, peptide, and protein hydroperoxides and their decomposition products modify the activity of the 26S proteasomeDavies, Michael; Hawkins, Clare; Morgan, Philip; Rodgers, Kenneth; Gracanin, Michelle; Lam, Magdalena A; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research Institute; Central Clinical School: Heart Research InstituteAmino acid, peptide, and protein hydroperoxides and their decomposition products modify the activity of the 26S proteasome, Free Radical Biology & Medicine, vol.50, 2, 2011,pp 389-399