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2014Cost-effectiveness of dalteparin vs unfractionated heparin for the prevention of venous thromboembolism in critically ill patientsFinfer, Simon; Seppelt, Ian; Chan, Brian; et al, Various; Fowler, Robert A; Geerts, William; Gould, Michael K; Guyatt, Gordon; Heels-Ansdell, Diane; Krahn, Murray; Mittmann, Nicole; Pinto, Ruxandra; The George Institute for Global Health; Nepean Clinical School: MedicineCost-effectiveness of dalteparin vs unfractionated heparin for the prevention of venous thromboembolism in critically ill patients, JAMA, vol.312, 20, 2014,pp 2135-2145
2015Identification of miR-93 as a suitable miR for normalizing miRNA in plasma of tuberculosis patientsBarry, Simone; Britton, Warwick; Ellis, Magda; Saunders, Bernadette; Chan, Brian; Guan, Guangyu; Plit, Marshall; Wang, Xiaolin; Yang, YuRong; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteIdentification of miR-93 as a suitable miR for normalizing miRNA in plasma of tuberculosis patients, Journal of Cellular and Molecular Medicine, vol.19, 7, 2015,pp 1606-1613
2015Microparticles released from Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected human macrophages contain increased levels of the type I interferon inducible proteins including ISG15Britton, Warwick; Chan, Brian; Chan, Edwina; Hare, Nathan; Kaufman (nee Alexander), Kimberley Louise; Saunders, Bernadette; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Central Clinical School: Centenary Institute; Molecular Bioscience; Molecular Bioscience; Central Clinical School: Centenary InstituteMicroparticles released from Mycobacterium tuberculosis-infected human macrophages contain increased levels of the type I interferon inducible proteins including ISG15, Proteomics, vol.15, 17, 2015,pp 3020-3029