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'Autoantibodies' may be created in response to bacterial DNA

...progression of autoimmune disease. In a paper published in Autoimmunity Reviews , the ARF team, under the guidance of Professor Trevor Marshall of murdoch University, Western Australia, has explained how Homo sapiens must now be viewed as a superorganism in which a plethora of bacterial genomes a metage...

Animal Dermatology Clinic Tustin Announces Dr. Russell Muse's Appointment as the Member-At-Large for the Executive Board of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology

...lle, Kentucky. He lectures regionally and nationally to various veterinary groups and in addition assists in teaching a dermatology course annually at murdoch University School of Veterinary Medicine in Perth Australia. "I am very excited about being appointed as the Member-at-Large for the American Colleg...

Test Detects Sensitivity to HIV Drug

...persensitivity to the drug, said study author Simon Mallal, a researcher at murdoch University & Royal Perth Hospital in Australia. His report on the resul...., professor, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden; Simon Mallal, M.B., murdoch University & Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Australia; Rowena Johnston, P...

Thomson Scientific Ranks Australian Universities and Research Institutes

... Queensland Institute of Medical Research 9.21 6 Howard Florey Institute 8.95 7 murdoch Children's Research Institute 6.96 8 Institute of Advanced Studies 6.61 9 Australian...

Going Overboard on Alcohol Creates a Bottleneck at Hospitals

.... That makes cultural change very difficult." Elaborating on the harmful effects of alcohol on young brains, Professor John Toumbourou, of the murdoch Children's Research Institute, said, "As this generation moves through young adulthood into adulthood we'll see an increase in all categories of illne...

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle, Holds the Ladle, is Not to Be Blamed If the Child Isnt in Fine Fettle

...anagement had kids with lower BMI. A mothers parenting style did not do much to address issues of weight in children, according to research by murdoch Children's Research Institute and the Royal Children's Hospital, Melbourne. Hospital specialist Professor Melissa Wake said, "Mothers are often blamed...

Going Overboard on Alcohol Creates a Bottleneck at Hospitals

...cs. That makes cultural change very difficult." Elaborating on the harmful effects of alcohol on young brains, Professor John Toumbourou, of the murdoch Children's Research Institute, said, "As this generation moves through young adulthood into adulthood we'll see an increase in all categories of illne...

Experts Call for Rotavirus Vaccine for All

... national program. The improvement in child health will be obvious.” The authors – both Senior Principal Research Fellows at the Melbourne-based murdoch Children’s Research Institute and Professorial Fellows at the University of Melbourne’s Department of Paediatrics – acknowledge the Northern Territory...

Visual impairment risk in preterm infants with reduced occipital brain volumes

...isual impairments had significantly smaller inferior occipital region brain tissue volumes. Divyen K. Shah, MB, ChB, of Royal Children's Hospital, murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne, Australia, who led the study says, 'This study is amongst the first published to link alterations in s...

Family cares taking women away from male-dominated fields

...ncerns about balancing career and family// , says a study. Researchers at RTI International, University of Minnesota, University of Michigan and murdoch University in a 1990 study looked at 137 female high school seniors who aspired to male-dominated jobs. Seven years later, the study found that ...
Murdoch in Biological News

Vitamin D may exacerbate autoimmune disease

... bulk of the body's antimicrobial peptides, natural antimicrobials that target bacteria. Written under the guidance of professor Trevor Marshall of murdoch University, Western Australia, the paper contends that 25-D's actions must be considered in light of recent research on the Human Microbiome. Such re...

Conservation strategies must shift with global environmental change, says CU-Boulder study

... 31 in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, published by the Ecological Society of America. The paper was authored by Seastedt, Richard Hobbs of murdoch University in Australia and Katharine N. Suding of the University of California, Irvine. Current management practices often involve trying to fix o...

Tips from the Journals of the American Society for Microbiology

...estern barred bandicoot has led to the identification of a novel virus exhibiting characteristics of two ancient virus families. The researchers from murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia, and the University of Leuven, Belgium report their findings in the December 2007 issue of the Journal of Virolog...

New method enables gene disruption in destructive fungal pathogen

...thogen's genome. Richard Oliver, director of the Australian Centre for Necrotrophic Fungal Pathogens and professor of Molecular Plant Pathology at murdoch University, Perth, commented: "The new disruption method looks highly promising as a tool for functional genomic studies. The authors looked at over 2...
Murdoch in Biological Technology

Marketers advised to engage "search economy"

...han there is money spend against it. That means "the core of your future market is online," Battelle said. It also is one of the reasons why Rupert murdoch has invested so heavily in MySpace , an innovation that is taking off thanks to consumer interest in personally customized Web content. Battelle a...
Murdoch in Biological Dictionary

Lateral elements

... the lateral packer, ... Collected articles on Lateral work by Wendy murdoch ... illustrations in The Essential Elements of Lateral Work reader and ...ify me of updates to Essential Elements of Lateral Work Reader by Wendy murdoch ... narrow cleft between the (horizontal cell) lateral elements (LE)...
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