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ID31787294Published Date2020-02-25JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-02-25, Volume 705
It is helpful to understand the movement of animals and objects to inform species conservation and broader environmental management (e.g. by identifying the origin of marine debris). Tagging techniques are limited to investigations of future movement (e.g. after a tag has been applied), with no ability to understand where an animal or object has come from prior to encounter. However, studies that apply chemical techniques are able to address questions about historical movement prior to encoun…
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ID31838300Published Date2020-02-20JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-02-20, Volume 704
Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE), the per capita normalised measurement of drugs, chemicals or metabolites in wastewater influent, relies on sampling and quantitative analysis to evaluate temporal and spatial trends of chemical consumption. Continuous, high-resolution, flow proportional composite sampling is optimal for accurate representations of chemical mass loads, but is rarely implemented, with conventional autosamplers providing relatively low frequency time or volume proportional sa…
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ID31872260Published Date2020-02-20JournalNucleic acids research, 2020-02-20, Volume 48
Despite the large number of noncoding RNAs in human genome and their roles in many diseases include cancer, we know very little about them due to lack of structural clues. The centerpiece of the structural clues is the full RNA base-pairing structure of secondary and tertiary contacts that can be precisely obtained only from costly and time-consuming 3D structure determination. Here, we performed deep mutational scanning of self-cleaving CPEB3 ribozyme by error-prone PCR and showed that a lib…
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ID29357754Published Date2020-03-01JournalOmega, 2020-03-01, Volume 80
This study examined whether attitudes toward euthanasia vary with type of illness and with the source of the desire to end the patient's life. The study used a 3 (illness type: cancer, schizophrenia, depression) × 2 (euthanasia type: patient-initiated, family-initiated) between-groups experimental design. An online questionnaire was administered to 324 employees and students from a Australian public university following random assignment of participants to one of the six vignette-based condit…
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ID31880816Published Date2020-03-01JournalParasite immunology, 2020-03-01, Volume 42
Schistosomes infect approximately 250 million people worldwide. To date, there is no effective vaccine available for the prevention of schistosome infection in endemic regions. There remains a need to develop means to confer long-term protection of individuals against reinfection. In this study, an annexin, namely annexin B30, which is highly expressed in the tegument of Schistosoma mansoni was selected to evaluate its immunogenicity and protective efficacy in a mouse model.Bioinformatics ana…
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ID31571647Published Date2020-03-01JournalNeural regeneration research, 2020-03-01, Volume 15
Worldwide stroke is increasing in parallel with modernization, changes in lifestyle, and the growing elderly population. Our review is focused on the link between diet, as part of 'modern lifestyle', and health in the context of genetic predisposition of individuals to 'unhealthy' metabolic pathway activity. It is concluded that lifestyle including high sugar diets, alcohol and tobacco addiction or high fat diets as well as ageing, brain injury, oxidative stress and neuroinflammation, negativ…
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ID31841841Published Date2020-03-01JournalThe Science of the total environment, 2020-03-01, Volume 706
Litterfall helps maintaining nutrient return in forest ecosystems. However, the influence of long-term prescribed burning on the dynamics of litterfall biomass and carbon (C) and nitrogen (N) cycling is poorly understood. A 39-year old prescribed burning field trial in a wet sclerophyll forest, southeast Queensland, Australia, was used to investigate the interactive effects of prescribed fire regimes and temporal variation on the quantity and quality of litterfall and C and N return. Treatmen…
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IDDOI:10.1177/0017896919867438Published Date2020-03-01JournalHealth Education Journal, 2020-03-01, Volume 79
Objective: This study sought to investigate the relationship between personal, university, home and community influences on Australia’s university students’ mental health status. Design: Positioned within a qualitative, interpretivist paradigm, the study collected data from participants ( n = 934) by means of an online survey requesting lived or witnessed experiences concerning mental health concerns. Bronfenbrenner’s socio-ecological model informed the design of the study. Setting: Five majo…
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ID31706824Published Date2020-03-01JournalJournal of science and medicine in sport, 2020-03-01, Volume 23
To describe the movement patterns of the Australian Women's Rugby League team during international competition.Retrospective observational study.Global Positioning Systems technology recorded the movements of players from the Australian Women's Rugby League team (n=31) during seven international rugby league matches. A subgroup of players (n=18) that played at least 80min in a match were categorized into three positional groups: forwards (n=7), backs (n=7) and halves (n=4), and analysed for e…
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ID31846824Published Date2020-03-01JournalBone, 2020-03-01, Volume 132
It is well known that the bone response to physical activity is highly dependent on the nature of the loads imposed. Despite this, few direct comparisons of the effect of impact-style loading and resistance training on bone have been made. We therefore aimed to compare the effects of 10-month, twice-weekly, high-impact loading and 10-month, twice-weekly, high-intensity resistance training on indices of bone strength of both the upper and lower limbs of young adult women. Physically inactive, …
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