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2018

Attenuated vaccines as model respiratory viral infection systems: from human to bovine

Thomas, A., Bailey, M., Finn, A., Fleming, H., Lee, M., Mead, A., Morales-Aza, B., Vipond, I. & Eisler, M., 19 Jan 2018. 1 p.

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2017

Nanomolecular signalling in the developing brain: Characteristics of exosomes in the cerebrospinal fluid of preterm infants

Spaull, R., McPherson, B., Clayton, A., Uney, J., Cordero Llana, O. & Heep, A., 31 Oct 2017, p. 89-90.

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2015

Fentanyl induces cerebellar internal granular cell layer apoptosis in healthy newborn pigs

Sabir, H., Maes, E., Liu, X., Dingley, J. & Thoresen, M., 2015.

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Optimal resuscitation followed by optimal hypothermia with and without added xenon inhalation

Thoresen, M., 2015.

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Remote pulmonary function testing – computer gaming in the respiratory world

Sharp, C., Soleimani, V., Hannuna, S., Camplani, M., Aldamen, D., Viner, J., Mirmehdi, M. & Dodd, J., 4 Dec 2015.

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Systemic Inflammation Negates Hypothermic Neuroprotection in a Neonatal HIE-model

Falck, M., Osredkar, D., Maes, E., Wood, T., Puchades, M., Sabir, H. & Thoresen, M., 2015.

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Temperature Dependence Of Hypothermic Neuroprotection In a Rat Model Of Neonatal Hypoxic Ischaemic Encephalopathy

Wood, T., Osredkar, D., Flatebo, T., Falck, M., Maes, E. & Thoresen, M., 2015.

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2014

Psychological Advocacy Towards Healing (PATH): Associations between mental health and domestic violence and abuse

Sardinha, L., Agnew-Davies, R., Bailey, J. E., Ferrari, G., Howarth, E., Peters, T. J. & Feder, G. S., 2014.

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2013

Eye-tracking explorations of early social and cognitive functioning: Can gaze behaviour provide early identifiers of ASD or intellectual disabilities?

Gillespie-Smith, K., Fletcher-Watson, S., Boardman, J., Murray, I., O'Hare, A. & Norman, J., 2013, p. 29-30. 2 p.

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