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Aboriginal people and Australian football in the nineteenth century : they did not come from nowhere

Roy Hay
Aboriginal people and Australian football in the nineteenth century : they did not come from nowhere

Neurochemical and neuroanatomical plasticity following memory training and yoga interventions in older adults with mild cognitive impairment

H Yang, A M Leaver, P Siddarth, P Paholpak, L Ercoli, N M St. Cyr, Harris Eyre, K L Narr, D S Khalsa & H Lavretsky
Behavioral interventions are becoming increasingly popular approaches to ameliorate age-related cognitive decline, but their underlying neurobiological mechanisms and clinical efficiency have not been fully elucidated. The present study explored brain plasticity associated with two behavioral interventions, memory enhancement training (MET) and a mind-body practice (yogic meditation), in healthy seniors with mild cognitive impairment (MCI) using structural magnetic resonance imaging (s-MRI) and proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy (1H-MRS). Senior participants (age =55 years) with MCI were randomized...

Zero Trust: The What, How, Why, and When

Malcolm Shore, S Zeadally & A Keshariya
Trust is a critical characteristic of computer systems, but the traditional approach of evaluating systems has failed to deliver the required levels of confidence. We review the emerging zero trust paradigm and propose a new set of zero trust tenets and an enhanced zero trust model.

Diabetes Peer Support in Australia A National Survey

Jessica Browne, Andrea Bennet, Jennifer A Halliday, Elizabeth Holmes-Truscott & Jane Speight
Peer support provides the opportunity for people with diabetes to share their knowledge, experience, emotions, ideas and concerns with one another, effectively supplementing the knowledge and expertise offered by health professionals.

Mutoscopic

Adrian Bruch & Lienors Torre
The Mutoscope Installation is the model for the Mutoscope figure, instead of a camera we have a Mutoscope device with images of celebrities and non-celebrities morphed together.

Religion and populism: the Aksi 212 movement in Indonesia

Ismet Fanany & Rebecca Fanany
Religion and populism: the Aksi 212 movement in Indonesia

Corrosion monitoring under disbonded coatings

Bob Varela, Mike Yongjun Tan, Maria Forsyth & Bruce Hinton
Localized corrosion can occur under disbonded coatings threatening the safe operation of industry infrastructures such as underground oil and gas pipelines. Currently the assessment of localised corrosion under coating defects is a major technical challenge. The application of corrosion probes to monitor corrosion under disbonded coating also remains a difficulty. This paper presents a new corrosion sensor concept capable of electrochemically measuring corrosion rates under disbonded coatings on cathodically protected structures such as energy pipelines....

A comparison of non-magnetic and magnetic beads for measuring IgG antibodies against Plasmodium vivax antigens in a multiplexed bead-based assay using Luminex technology (Bio-Plex 200 or MAGPIX)

R Mazhari, J Brewster, R Fong, C Bourke, Zoe Liu, E Takashima, T Tsuboi, W H Tham, M Harbers, C Chitnis, J Healer, M Ome-Kaius, J Sattabongkot, J Kazura, L J Robinson, C King, I Mueller & R J Longley
Multiplexed bead-based assays that use Luminex® xMAP® technology have become popular for measuring antibodies against proteins of interest in many fields, including malaria and more recently SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19. There are currently two formats that are widely used: non-magnetic beads or magnetic beads. Data are lacking regarding the comparability of results obtained using these two types of beads, and for assays run on different instruments. Whilst non-magnetic beads can only be run on flow-based instruments (such as...

A comparison of non-magnetic and magnetic beads for measuring IgG antibodies against Plasmodium vivax antigens in a multiplexed bead-based assay using Luminex technology (Bio-Plex 200 or MAGPIX)

R Mazhari, J Brewster, R Fong, C Bourke, Zoe Liu, E Takashima, T Tsuboi, W H Tham, M Harbers, C Chitnis, J Healer, M Ome-Kaius, J Sattabongkot, J Kazura, L J Robinson, C King, I Mueller & R J Longley
Multiplexed bead-based assays that use Luminex® xMAP® technology have become popular for measuring antibodies against proteins of interest in many fields, including malaria and more recently SARS-CoV-2/COVID-19. There are currently two formats that are widely used: non-magnetic beads or magnetic beads. Data are lacking regarding the comparability of results obtained using these two types of beads, and for assays run on different instruments. Whilst non-magnetic beads can only be run on flow-based instruments (such as...

Political Leadership

Kristijan Mirkovski
Poliical leadership project data: Political leaders' tweets and Oxford and Google data.

Registration Year

  • 2022
    64
  • 2021
    36
  • 2020
    72
  • 2019
    4
  • 2018
    26
  • 2017
    14
  • 2016
    3
  • 2015
    4
  • 2014
    7
  • 2013
    5

Resource Types

  • Collection
    82
  • Text
    38
  • Dataset
    30
  • Other
    18
  • Image
    9
  • Report
    3
  • Journal Article
    1

Affiliations

  • Deakin University
    34
  • Sixth Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University
    2
  • Sun Yat-sen University
    2
  • Zhejiang University
    2
  • Lanzhou Veterinary Research Institute
    2
  • Zunyi Medical University
    2
  • Jilin University
    2
  • Xuan Wu Hospital of the Capital Medical University
    2
  • Air Force Medical University
    2
  • Fudan University Shanghai Cancer Center
    2