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20021,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D and photoprotection in skin cellsGupta, Ritu; Holliday, C J; Mason, Rebecca; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology1,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D and photoprotection in skin cells in Modern Trends in Skin Pharmacology, Parissianos Medical Publications, 2002, pp. 59-66
20041,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D And Three Low-Calcemic Analogs Decrease Uv-Induced Dna Damage Via The Rapid Response Pathway.Choong, Sue; Deo, Shivashni; Dixon, Katie; Gupta, Ritu; Halliday, Gary; Mason, Rebecca; Wong, G; Bishop, J.E.; Ishizuka, S.; Norman, A. W.; Posner, G. H.; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Medicine1,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D And Three Low-Calcemic Analogs Decrease Uv-Induced Dna Damage Via The Rapid Response Pathway., Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.89-90,(1),2004,pp 567-570
20121a,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D3 enhances cellular defences against UV-induced oxidative and other forms of DNA damage in skinGordon-Thomson, Clare; Gupta, Ritu; Halliday, Gary; Mason, Rebecca; Ryan, Anthony; Tongkao-on, Wannit (Anna); School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Central Clinical School: Office; Pharmacy1a,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D3 enhances cellular defences against UV-induced oxidative and other forms of DNA damage in skin, Photochemical and Photobiological Sciences, vol.11, 12, 2012,pp 1837-1847
20131alpha,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 reduces several types of UV-induced DNA damage and contributes to photoprotectionCole, Louise; Damian, Diona; Gordon-Thomson, Clare; Halliday, Gary; Mason, Rebecca; Reeve, Vivienne; Song, Eric Jung Yong; Stern, Harvey; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Central Clinical School: Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Vet Anatomy and Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology1alpha,25-Dihydroxyvitamin D3 reduces several types of UV-induced DNA damage and contributes to photoprotection, Journal of Steroid Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, vol.136, 1, 2013,pp 131-138
2009Abdominal Bloating: An Under-recognized Endometriosis SymptomFraser, Ian; Luscombe, Georgina; Markham, Robert; Prasada Judio, Mirari; Grigoriu, Ariadna; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & Gynaecology; Central Clinical School: Obstetrics & GynaecologyAbdominal Bloating: An Under-recognized Endometriosis Symptom, Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Canada, vol.31, 12,pp 1159-1171
2005Abnormal calcium transients in cardiomyocytes from mdx (dystrophic) miceAllen, David; Williams, Iwan; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyAbnormal calcium transients in cardiomyocytes from mdx (dystrophic) mice, Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology, vol.39, 3,pp 565-N/A
2010Above-level mechanical hyperalgesia in rats develops after incomplete spinal cord injury but not after cord transection, and is reversed by amitriptyline, morphine and gabapentin.Densmore, Valerie; Kalous, Adrianna; Keast, Janet; Osborne, Peregrine; Northern Clinical School: Anaesthesia; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineAbove-level mechanical hyperalgesia in rats develops after incomplete spinal cord injury but not after cord transection, and is reversed by amitriptyline, morphine and gabapentin., Pain, vol.151, 1,pp 184-193
2016Absence of dystrophin disrupts skeletal muscle signaling: Roles of Ca2+, reactive oxygen species, and nitric oxide in the development of muscular dystrophyAllen, David; Whitehead, Nicholas; Froehner, Stanley C.; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyAbsence of dystrophin disrupts skeletal muscle signaling: Roles of Ca2+, reactive oxygen species, and nitric oxide in the development of muscular dystrophy, Physiological Reviews, vol.96, 1, 2016,pp 253-305
2014Accommodating to new ears: The effects of sensory and sensory-motor feedbackBalachandar, Kapilesh; Carlile, Simon; Kelly, Heather; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead); School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyAccommodating to new ears: The effects of sensory and sensory-motor feedback, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.135, 4, 2014,pp 2002-2011
2009Accuracy of Combined Protein Gene Product 9.5 and Parafibromin Markers for Immunohistochemical Diagnosis of Parathyroid CarcinomaClarkson, Adele; Delbridge, Leigh; Gill, Anthony; Howell, Viive; Marsh, Deborah; Nelson, Anne; Robinson, Bruce; Dunne, Robert; Gimm, Oliver; Teh, Bin; Northern Clinical School: Pathology; Northern Clinical School: Surgery; Deans Unit: (CIPHER); Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; Northern Clinical School: Kolling Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Northern Clinical School: MedicineAccuracy of Combined Protein Gene Product 9.5 and Parafibromin Markers for Immunohistochemical Diagnosis of Parathyroid Carcinoma, Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism, vol.94,(2),2009,pp 434-441
2014Acoustic analysis of the directional information captured by five different hearing aid stylesBest, Virginia; Carlile, Simon; Guillon, Pierre; Durin, Virginie; Kalluri, Sridhar; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Electrical EngineeringAcoustic analysis of the directional information captured by five different hearing aid styles, Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, vol.136, 2, 2014,pp 818-828
2008Actin and its binding proteins in heart failuredos Remedios, Cristobal; Hambly, Brett; Stefani, Maurizio; Tsubakihara, Masako; Allen, P.D.; Liew, C.C.; Macdonald, Peter S.; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; MedicineActin and its binding proteins in heart failure in Actin-Binding Proteins and Disease, Springer Science + Business Media Inc., 2008, pp. 318-334
2009Activated actin-depolymerizing factor/cofilin sequesters phosphorylated microtubule-associated protein during the assembly of alzheimer-like neuritic cytoskeletal striationsAntao, Shane; Cullen, Karen; Gervasio, Othon; Goldsbury, Claire; Jeong, Erica; Whiteman, Ineka; Witting, Paul; Bamburg, James R; Guillemin, Gilles; Minamide, Laurie S.; Central Clinical School: Pathology; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Brain & Mind Research Institute; School of Medical Sciences: Anatomy & Histology; School of Medical Sciences: School of Medical Sciences; School of Medical Sciences: PathologyActivated actin-depolymerizing factor/cofilin sequesters phosphorylated microtubule-associated protein during the assembly of alzheimer-like neuritic cytoskeletal striations, The Journal of Neuroscience, vol.29, 41,pp 12994-13005
2011Activation of 5-hydroxytryptamine 1a receptors suppresses cardiovascular responses evoked from the paraventricular nucleusAtik, Alp; Dampney, Roger; Horiuchi, Jouji; Iigaya, Kamon; Killinger, Suzanne; McDowall, Lachlan; Medicine; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyActivation of 5-hydroxytryptamine 1a receptors suppresses cardiovascular responses evoked from the paraventricular nucleus, American Journal of Physiology: Regulatory, Integrative and Comparative Physiology, vol.301, 4, 2011,pp R1088-R1097
2005Activation of 5-Hydroxytryptamine 1A Receptors Suppresses the Cardiovascular Response Evoked From the Dorsomedial Hypothalamic NucleusDampney, Roger; Horiuchi, Jouji; Wakabayashi, Sonoe; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyActivation of 5-Hydroxytryptamine 1A Receptors Suppresses the Cardiovascular Response Evoked From the Dorsomedial Hypothalamic Nucleus, Hypertension, vol.46,(1),2005,pp 173-179
2009Activation of a Chloride Channel by a Trophic Ligand Is Required for Development of the Mouse Preimplantation Embryo In VitroDay, Margot; Li, Yan; O'Neill, Christopher; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Northern Clinical School: Medicine; Northern Clinical School: MedicineActivation of a Chloride Channel by a Trophic Ligand Is Required for Development of the Mouse Preimplantation Embryo In Vitro, Biology Of Reproduction, vol.81, 4, 2009,pp 759-767
2007Activation of Ca2+-dependent protein kinase II during repeated contractions in single muscle fibres from mouse is dependent on the frequency of sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ releaseAllen, David; Aydin, J.; Bruton, J. D.; Korhonen, T.; Tavi, P.; Westerblad, H .; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyActivation of Ca2+-dependent protein kinase II during repeated contractions in single muscle fibres from mouse is dependent on the frequency of sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+ release, Acta Physiologica, vol.191,(2),2007,pp 131-137
2002Activation of mu-opioid receptors in rat ventrolateral medulla selectively blocks baroreceptor reflexes while activation of delta opioid receptors blocks somato-sympathetic reflexesGoodchild, Ann; Miyawaki, T; Pilowsky, Paul; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; Northern Clinical School: MedicineActivation of mu-opioid receptors in rat ventrolateral medulla selectively blocks baroreceptor reflexes while activation of delta opioid receptors blocks somato-sympathetic reflexes, Neuroscience, vol.109,(1),2002,pp 133-144
2014Active listening: Speech intelligibility in noisy environmentsCarlile, Simon; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyActive listening: Speech intelligibility in noisy environments, Acoustics Australia, vol.42, 2, 2014,pp 90-96
2009The activity of the epithelial sodium channels is regulated by caveolin-1 via a Nedd4-2-dependent mechanismCampbell, Craig; Cook, David; Day, Margot; Dinudom, Anuwat; Lee, Il; Song, Sunghee; Kumar, Sharad; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: Physiology; School of Medical Sciences: PhysiologyThe activity of the epithelial sodium channels is regulated by caveolin-1 via a Nedd4-2-dependent mechanism, Journal of Biological Chemistry, vol.284, 19,pp 12663-12669