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2011Does use of antiretroviral therapy regimens with high central nervous system penetration improve survival in HIV-infected adults?Mulhall, Brian; Bloch, Mark T.; Brew, Bruce J.; Choi, JY; Kiertiburanakul, S; Law, Matthew; Li, Ping C. K.; McManus, H; Nolan, D; Petoumenos, Kathy; Wright, E.J.; Zhou, Jialun; School of Public Health: Public HealthDoes use of antiretroviral therapy regimens with high central nervous system penetration improve survival in HIV-infected adults?, HIV Medicine, vol.12, 10, 2011,pp 610-619
2017Evolving identification of blood cells associated with clinically isolated syndrome: Importance of time since clinical presentation and diagnostic MRIBooth, David; Byrne, Scott; Carroll, W; Fabis-Pedrini, Marzena; Geldenhuys, S; Hart, P; Jones, A; Kermode, A; Lucas, R; Nolan, D; Trend, S; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical Res; Central Clinical School: MedicineEvolving identification of blood cells associated with clinically isolated syndrome: Importance of time since clinical presentation and diagnostic MRI, International Journal of Molecular Sciences, vol.18, 6, 2017,pp 1-17
2012Initiating allopurinol therapy: Do we need to know the patient's human leucocyte antigen status?Stocker, Sophie; Anderson, Jacqueline; Day, Richard; Graham, Garry G.; Lee, Ming Han; Nolan, D; Phillips, Elizabeth; Sullivan, John; Williams, Kenneth M.; PharmacyInitiating allopurinol therapy: Do we need to know the patient's human leucocyte antigen status?, Internal Medicine Journal, vol.42, 4, 2012,pp 411-416
2017Narrowband UVB phototherapy for clinically isolated syndrome: A trial to deliver the benefits of vitamin D and other UVB-induced moleculesBooth, David; Carroll, W; Cole, Judith M; Hart, P; Jones, Anderson P; Kermode, A; Lucas, R; Nolan, D; Western Clinical School: Westmead Institute for Medical ResNarrowband UVB phototherapy for clinically isolated syndrome: A trial to deliver the benefits of vitamin D and other UVB-induced molecules, Frontiers in Immunology, vol.8, JAN, 2017,pp 1-6