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Craft, Judy A. & Marsh, Neville A. (2002) Increased generation of platelet-derived microparticles following percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty. In The Australian Health and Medical Research Congress, 24-29 November 2002, Melbourne Convention Centre, Victoria, Australia. (Unpublished)
Craft, Judy A., Masci, Paul P, Roberts, Michael S., Brighton, Tim A., Garrahy, Paul, Cox, Stephen, et al. (2004) Increased platelet-derived microparticles in the coronary circulation of percutaneous transluminal coronary angioplasty patients. Blood Cogaulation and Fibrinolysis, 15(6), pp. 475-482.
Futrega, Katarzyna, Leavesley, David I., & Doran, Michael (2011) A brief history of haemotopoietic stem cell Ex vivo expansion. Australian Biochemist, 42(3), pp. 5-7.
Singh, Indu, Mok, Michelle, Christensen, Anne-Marie, Turner, Alan, & Hawley, John (2008) The effects of polyphenols in olive leaves on platelet function. Nutrition Metabolism and Cardiovascular Diseases, 18(2), pp. 127-132.
Singh, Sanjleena, Van Hauten, Paulien, Jones, Kimberley, Grimmett, Karen, Mills, Anthony, & Gandhi, Maher (2009) Selective accumulation of virus-specific CD8+ T cells within the peripheral blood stem cell compartment. Blood, 114(9), pp. 2001-2003.
Toms, Leisa-Maree, Calafat, Antonia, Kato, Kayoko, Thompson, Jack, Harden, Fiona, Hobson, Peter, et al. (2009) Polyfluoroalkyl chemicals in pooled blood serum from infants, children and adults in Australia. Environmental Science & Technology, 43(11), pp. 4194-4199.
Toms, Leisa-Maree L., Sjodin, Andreas, Harden, Fiona, Hobson, Peter, Jones, Richard, Edenfield, Emily, et al. (2009) Serum polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDE) in pooled serum are higher in children (2-5 years of age) than in infants and adults. Environmental Health Perspectives, 117(9), pp. 1461-1465.