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  • 1.   Effects of heat shock and hypoxia on neonatal neutrophil lipopolysaccharide responses: altered apoptosis, Toll-like receptor-4 and CD11b expression compared with adults

    The aim of this study was to study the effects of in vitro hypoxia and heat shock on normal adult and newborn neutrophil migration (CD11b) and persistence (apoptosis) following lipopolysaccharide stimulation.

    Biol Neonate, Vol: 90 Page: 34-9 2006
    E. J. Molloy; A. J. O'Neill; B. T. Doyle; J. J. Grantham; C. T. Taylor; M. Sheridan-Pereira; J. M. Fitzpatrick; D. W. Webb; R. W. Watson

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  • 2.   Energy density of the diet and change in body fatness from childhood to adolescence; is there a relation?

    The aim of this study was to assess the relation between the energy density of the diet in childhood, calculated in a number of ways, and change in adiposity from childhood to adolescence

    Am J Clin Nutr, Vol: 87 Page: 1230-7 May 2008
    T. A. McCaffrey; K. L. Rennie; M. A. Kerr; J. M. Wallace; M. P. Hannon-Fletcher; W. A. Coward; S. A. Jebb; M. B. Livingstone

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  • 3.   Key apoptosis regulating proteins are down-regulated during postnatal tissue development

    The aim of this study was to investigate if key apoptosis regulating proteins are down-regulated during postnatal tissue development

    Int J Dev Biol, Vol: 51 Page: 415-23 2007
    S. D. Madden; M. Donovan; T. G. Cotter

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  • 4.   Regional differences in nitrergic neuronal density in the developing porcine urinary bladder

    The aim of this study was to investigate the changes in density and morphology of the intramural nitrergic neurons of the porcine urinary bladder during development using whole-mount preparation

    Pediatr Surg Int, Vol: 21 Page: 161-8 March 2005
    M. E. Pirker; S. Montedonico; U. Rolle; H. Austvoll; P. Puri

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