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2015Continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion preserves axonal function in Type 1 diabetes mellitusKiernan, Matthew; Arnold, Ria; Krishnan, Arun V; Kwai, Natalie; Lin, Cindy S.-Y; Poynten, Ann; Central Clinical School: MedicineContinuous subcutaneous insulin infusion preserves axonal function in Type 1 diabetes mellitus, Diabetes/Metabolism Research and Reviews, vol.31, 2, 2015,pp 175-182
2017The effect of diabetes on cortical function in stroke: Implications for poststroke plasticityHuynh, William; Kiernan, Matthew; Vucic, Steve; Arnold, Ria; Krishnan, Arun V.; Kwai, Natalie; Lin, C; School of Medical Sciences: Brain and Mind Centre; Central Clinical School: Medicine; Western Clinical School: Medicine (Westmead)The effect of diabetes on cortical function in stroke: Implications for poststroke plasticity, Diabetes, vol.66, 6, 2017,pp 1661-1670
2017Haemodialysis alters peripheral nerve morphology in end-stage kidney diseaseKiernan, Matthew; Arnold, Ria; Borire, Adeniyi; Krishnan, Arun V.; Kwai, Natalie; Padua, Luca; Pussell, Bruce; Simon, Neil; Visser, Leo; Central Clinical School: MedicineHaemodialysis alters peripheral nerve morphology in end-stage kidney disease, Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.128, 1, 2017,pp 281-286
2016In vivo evidence of reduced nodal and paranodal conductances in type 1 diabetesHowells, James Anthony; Kiernan, Matthew; Arnold, Ria; Krishnan, Arun V; Kwai, Natalie; Lin, Cindy S.-Y; Poynten, Ann; Central Clinical School: Office; Central Clinical School: MedicineIn vivo evidence of reduced nodal and paranodal conductances in type 1 diabetes, Clinical Neurophysiology, vol.127, 2, 2016,pp 1700-1706
2016The relationship between dyslipidemia and acute axonal function in type 2 diabetes mellitus in vivoBrown, Christopher; Krishnan, Arun V.; Kwai, Natalie; Nigole, William; Poynten, Ann; NH&MRC Clinical Trials CentreThe relationship between dyslipidemia and acute axonal function in type 2 diabetes mellitus in vivo, PloS One, vol.11, 4, 2016,pp 1-12