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1995Androgens induce divergent proliferative responses in human breast cancer cell linesBirrell, S.; Bentel, J.; Hickey, T.; Ricciardelli, C.; Weger, M.; Horsfall, D.; Tilley, W.
1995Effect of dietary N-3 fatty-acids on human monocyte (MC) tumor-necrosis-factor-alpha (TNF-alpha) and interleukin-1-beta (IL-1-beta) synthesisJames, M.; Mantzioris, E.; Caughey, G.; Cleland, L.; Gibson, R.; Experimental Biology '95 (09 Apr 1995 - 13 Apr 1995 : Atlanta, Georgia)
1995Long-chain polyunsaturated fatty-acids and visual function in infants: a current reviewMakrides, M.; Gibson, R.A.; Unknown (1995 :
1995Length of breast-feeding influences the development of visual-evoked potential (VEP) acuity in healthy, term infantsMakrides, M.; Neumann, M.; Simmer, K.; Gibson, R.; The American Pediatric Society and The Society for Pediatric Research Annual Meeting (07 May 1995 - 11 May 1995 : San Diego, California)
1995Is DHA supplementation necessary during lactationGibson, R.; Makrides, M.; Neumann, M.; Simmer, K.; Unknown (1995 :
1995Activating point mutations in the common beta subunit of the human GM-CSF, IL-3 and IL-5 receptors suggest the involvement of beta subunit dimerization and cell type-specific molecules in signallingJenkins, B.; D'Andrea, R.; Gonda, T.
1995Primary writing tremorBain, P.; Findley, L.; Britton, T.; Rothwell, J.; Gresty, M.; Thompson, P.; Marsden, C.
1995A direct analysis of FACS-sorted hemopoietic cell fractions using fishWhite, D.; Hutchins, C.; Haylock, D.; Turczynowics, S.; Bishop, A.; To, L.; Hughes, T.; Juttner, C.
1995Gastric emptying of oil and aqueous meal components in pancreatic insufficiency: effect of posture and on appetiteCarney, B.; Jones, K.; Horowitz, M.; Sun, W.; Penagini, R.; Meyer, J.
1995Effects of tachykinins on chondrocyte and synoviocyte functionHalliday, D.; McNeil, J.; Betts, W.; Scicchitano, R.