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Adam, William R., Craik, David J., Hall, Jon G., Kneen, Malea M., & Wellard, R. Mark (1988) Problems in the assessment of magnesium depletion in the rat by in vivo 31P NMR. Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 7(3), pp. 300-310.
Adam, William R., Culvenor, Anne J., Hall, John, Jarrott, Bevyn, & Wellard, R. Mark (1986) Aromatic l-amino acid decarboxylase : histochemical localization in rat kidney and lack of effect of dietary potassium or sodium loading on enzyme distribution. Clinical And Experimental Pharmacology And Physiology, 13(1), pp. 47-53.
Dallemagne, Catherine R. (2005) Improving Student Learning Through Learner Interaction. In OLT-2005 Conference Beyond Delivery, 27 Sept 2005, Brisbane.
Dunlop, Elizabeth, Mackey, A, & Wilson, John (2006) The Potential Geographic Distribution of The Invasive Weed Senna obtusifolia In Australia. Weed Research, 46(5), pp. 404-413.
Fung, Jenny N.T., Jeffery, Penny L., Lee, John D., Seim, Inge, Roche, Deborah, Obermair, Andreas, et al. (2013) Silencing of ghrelin receptor expression inhibits endometrial cancer cell growth in vitro and in vivo. AJP - Endocrinology and Metabolism, 305(2), E305-E313.
Moss, Nathan D., Clarke, J. Christopher, & Kehoe, E. James (2002) Paradoxical effects of hedonic disparities in negative anticipatory contrast. Physiology and Behavior, 75(4), pp. 435-442.
Raghu, S., Clarke, Anthony R., & Yuval, B. (2002) Investigation of the physiological consequences of feeding on methyl eugenol by Bactrocera cacuminata (Hering) (Diptera: Tephritidae). Environmental Entomology, 31(6), pp. 941-946.
Vitetta, Luis, Briskey, David, Hayes, Evan, Shing, Cecilia, & Peake, Jonathan (2012) A review of the pharmacobiotic regulation of gastrointestinal inflammation by probiotics, commensal bacteria and prebiotics. Inflammopharmacology: experimental and clinical studies, 20(5), pp. 251-266.