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Zang, Tuo, Broszczak, Daniel A., Cuttle, Leila, Broadbent, James A., Tanzer, Catherine, & Parker, Tony J. (2016) Mass spectrometry based data of the blister fluid proteome of paediatric burn patients. Data in Brief. (In Press)
Tuo, Zang, Broszczak, Daniel, Broadbent, James A., Cuttle, Leila, Lu, Haitao, & Parker, Tony J. (2016) The biochemistry of blister fluid from pediatric burn injuries: proteomics and metabolomics aspects. Expert review of proteomics, 13(1), pp. 35-53.
Parker, Christina, Broszczak, Daniel, Edwards, Helen, Upton, Zee, Finlayson, Kathleen, & Parker, Tony (2015) Transdisciplinary collaboration in wound care research. Wound Practice and Research, 23(4), pp. 179-183.
Parker, Tony J., Broadbent, James A., McGovern, Jacqui A., Broszczak, Daniel A., Parker, Christina N., & Upton, Zee (2015) Provisional matrix deposition in hemostasis and venous insufficiency: Tissue preconditioning for nonhealing venous ulcers. Advances in Wound Care, 4(3), pp. 174-191.
Broadbent, J.A., Sampson, D.L., Broszczak, D.A., Upton, Z., & Huygens, F. (2015) Choose wisely: Network, ontology and annotation resources for the analysis of Staphylococcus aureus omics data. International Journal of Medical Microbiology, 305(3), pp. 339-347.
Broszczak, Daniel, Stupar, Dario, Compay, Arnulf Lloyd Lucero, Sharma, Masti Venugopal Srihari, Parker, Tony J., Shooter, Gary K., et al. (2012) Biochemical profiling of proteins and metabolites in wound exudate from chronic wound environments. Wound Practice and Research, 20(2), pp. 62-72.
Parker, Tony J., Sampson, Dayle L., Broszczak, Daniel, Chng, Yee Lin, Carter, Shea L., Leavesley, David I., et al. (2012) A fragment of the LG3 peptide of endorepellin is present in the urine of physically active mining workers : a potential marker of physical activity. PLoS ONE, 7(3), e33714.
Upton, Zee, Wallace, Hilary, Shooter, Gary, Van Lonkhuyzen, Derek, Yeoh-Ellerton, Sim, Rayment, Erin, et al. (2011) Human pilot studies reveal the potential of a vitronectin: Growth factor complex as a treatment for chronic wounds. International Wound Journal, 8(5), pp. 522-532.
Broszczak, Daniel Aaron (2015) Molecular profiling of exudate from chronic ulcerated wounds. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.