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|2010||Mason, R. A. B; Browning, T. L; Eldridge, M. D. B.
Assessing the fitness of black-footed rock-wallaby populations, utilizing a major histocompatibility complex (antigen recognition) gene.
Australian Mammal Society 56th Meeting and Rock-Wallaby Symposium 55.
|2007||Mooney, S; M. Webb; V. Attenbrow.
A comparison of charcoal and archaeological information to address the influences on Holocene fire activity in the Sydney Basin.
Australian Geographer 38(2) 177-94.
|2009||Attenbrow, V; Robertson, G; Hiscock, P.
The changing abundance of backed artefacts in south-eastern Australia: a response to Holocene climate change?.
Journal of Archaeological Science 36 2765-2770.
Loggers Shelter, Upper Mangrove Creek.
Australian Archaeology 11 25-27.
Mangrove Creek Dam Salvage Excavation Project.
Aboriginal Sites Newsletter 5 4-5.
|1990||David, B; I. McNiven; J. Flood; V. Attenbrow; R. Frost.
The Lightning Brothers Project: The 1988 and 1989 Field Seasons.
Australian Archaeology 31 86-91.
|1990||J. Stanton; B. Meehan; V. Attenbrow; A.H. Mian; B. Reynolds; R. Robins; E. Wishart; C. Anderson; J. Clark; R.J. Watt.
Positions and Policies of Museums in Australia on Human Skeletal Remains.
Australian Archaeology 31 52-60.
The Port Jackson Archaeological Project: a study of the prehistory of the Port Jackson catchment, New South Wales. Stage I - site recording and site assessment.
Australian Aboriginal Studies 2 40-55.
Shell Bed or Shell Midden.
Australian Archaeology 34 3-21.
|1994||David, B; I. McNiven; J. Flood; V. Attenbrow.
Of Lightning Brothers and White Cockatoos: dating the antiquity of signifying systems in the Northern Territory.
Antiquity 68(259) 241-51.
|1995||Attenbrow, V.J; D. Steele.
Fishing in Port Jackson, New South Wales – more than met the eye.
Antiquity 69 47-60.
|1995||Attenbrow, V.J; B. David; J. Flood.
Mennge-ya 1 and the origins of points: new insights into the appearance of points in the semi-arid zone of the Northern Territory.
Archaeology in Oceania 30 105-20.
|1996||Hiscock, P; V. Attenbrow.
Backed into a corner.
Australian Archaeology 42 64-65.
|1998||Hiscock, P; V. Attenbrow.
Early Holocene backed artefacts from Australia.
Archaeology in Oceania 33(2) 49-62.
|1998||Attenbrow, V.J; R. Fullagar; C. Szpak.
Stone files and shell fish-hooks in southeastern Australia.
A Closer Look: Recent Australian Studies of Stone Tools 127-48.
|2003||Hiscock, P; Attenbrow, V.J.
Early Australian implement variation: a reduction model.
Journal of Archaeological Science 30 230-249.
Potential archaeological deposits in the storage area of the Mangrove Creek Dam in the NSW central coast.
Newsletter of the Australian Association of Consulting Archaeologists 94 17-18.
|2004||Hiscock, P; V. Attenbrow.
A revised sequence of backed artefact production at Capertee 3.
Archaeology in Oceania 39 94-99.
What's Changing? Population Size or Land–Use Patterns? The Archaeology of Upper Mangrove Creek, Sydney Basin.
Terra australis No. 21 1-410.
|2011||Gollan, J. R; Ashcroft, M. B; Batley, M.
Comparison of yellow and white pan traps in surveys of bee fauna in New South Wales, Australia (Hymenoptera: Apoidea: Anthophila).
Australian Journal of Entomology 50 174-178.
|2011||Gollan, J. R; Reid, C. A. M; Barnes, P. B; Wilkie, L.
The ratio of exotic-to-native dung beetles can indicate habitat quality in riparian restoration.
Insect Conservation and Diversity 4 2 123-131.
Aboriginal place names in Sydney Harbour, New South Wales, Australia - a dual naming project.
Cultural Landscapes in the 21st Century .
|2007||Specht, J; Attenbrow, V.
Archaeological Studies of the Middle and Late Holocene, Papua New Guinea.
Technical Reports of the Australian Museum 20 1473-81.
|2007||Attenbrow, V; S. Mooney.
Fire, climate change and Aboriginal land management: What’s the connection.
Explore 29(5) 12-13.
Emu Tracks 2, Kangaroo & Echidna, and Two Moths. Further radiocarbon ages for Aboriginal sites in the Upper Mangrove Creek catchment, New South Wales.
Australian Archaeology 65 51-54.
|2008||Robertson, G; Attenbrow, V.
Skin-working at Emu Tracks II, New South Wales, Australia: an integrated residue and use-wear analysis of backed artefacts.
Lithic Technology 33(1) 31-49.
|2008||Black, M; Mooney, S; Attenbrow, V.
The implications of a 14,200 year contiguous fire record from Goochs Swamp, NSW Blue Mountains, Australia, for human-fire-climate relationships.
The Holocene 18(3) 437-47.
|2008||Attenbrow, V; Doelman, T; Corkill, T.
Organising the manufacture of bondi points at Balmoral Beach, Middle Harbour, Sydney, NSW Australia.
Archaeology in Oceania 43(3) pp.104-119.
Aboriginal placenames around Port Jackson and Botany Bay, New South Wales, Australia: sources and uncertainties.
Aboriginal History Monograph Series Monograph 19 9-54.
|2010||Köhler, F; Deein, G.
Hybridisation as potential source of incongruence in the morphological and mitochondrial diversity of a Thai freshwater gastropod (Pachychilidae, Brotia H. Adams, 1866).
Zoosystematics and Evolution 86 2 301-314.
|2010||Köhler, F; Li-Na, D; Jun-Xing, Y.
A new species of Brotia from Yunnan, China (Caenogastropoda, Pachychilidae).
Zoosystematics and Evolution 86 2 295-300.
|2010||Eldridge, M. D. B.
Population and conservation genetics of marsupials.
Marsupial genetics and genomics 461-497.
|2010||Köhler, F; Glaubrecht, M.
Uncovering an overlooked radiation: molecular phylogeny and biogeography of Madagascar’s endemic river snails (Caenogastropoda: Pachychilidae: Madagasikara gen. nov.).
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 99 867–894.
|2010||Shu, F; Köhler, F; Wang, H.
On the shell and radular morphology of two endangered species of the genus Margarya Nevill, 1877 (Gastropoda: Viviparidae) from lakes of the Yunnan Plateau, Southwest China.
Molluscan Research 30 1 17-24.
Three new species and two new genera of land snails from the Bonaparte Archipelago in the Kimberley, Western Australia (Pulmonata, Camaenidae).
Molluscan Research 30 1 1-16.
|2010||Ploetner, J; Uzzell, T; Beerli, P; Akin, C; Can Bilgin, C; Haefeli, C; Ohst, T; Köhler, F; Schreiber, R; Guex, G. D; Litvinchuk, S. N; Westaway, R; Reyer, H. U; Pruvost, N; Hotz, H.
Genetic divergence and evolution of reproductive isolation in Eastern Mediterranean water frogs.
Evolution in action. Case studies in adaptive radiation, speciation, and the origin of biodiversity 373-403.
|2010||Köhler, F; Panha, S; Glaubrecht, M.
Causation of a riverine radiation: assessment and evaluation of the morphological and genetic differentiation in a species flock of viviparous gastropods (Cerithioidea: Pachychilidae).
Evolution in action. Case studies in adaptive radiation, speciation, and the origin of biodiversity 513-550.
|2007||Bedford, S; Spriggs, M; Regenvanu, R; Macgregor, C; Kuautonga, T; Sietz, M.
The excavation, conservation and reconstruction of Lapita burial pots from the Teouma site, Efate, Central Vanuatu.
Oceanic Explorations: Lapita and Western Pacific Settlement,Terra Australis 26 .
The role of the conservator in the preservation of magafaunal bone from the excavations at Cuddie Springs, NSW.
Terra Australis 28 255-262.
|1993||Cassady, A.I; King, A.G; Cross, N.C.P; Hume, D.A..
Isolation and characterization of the genes encoding mouse and human type-5 acid phosphatase..
Gene 130 1993 201-207.
|1996||Dolnikov A; King A; Luxford C; Symonds G; Sun LQ.
Ribozyme-mediated suppression of v-myc expression abrogates apoptosis in transformed monocytes..
Cancer Gene Therapy Vol. 3, No 5 1996 289-295.
|1998||Wang L; Witherington C; King A; Gerlach WL; Carr A; Penny R; Cooper D; Symonds G; Sun LQ.
Preclinical Characterisation of an Anti-tat Ribozyme for Therapeutic Application.
Human Gene Therapy Vol 9 10 June 1998 1283-1291.
|1999||Sun LQ; Cairns MJ; Gerlach WL; Witherington C; Wang L; King A.
Suppression of Smooth Muscle Cell Proliferation by a c-myc RNA- cleaving Deoxyribozyme.
Journal of Biological Chemistry Vol 274, No 24 11 June 1999 17236-17241.
|2000||Cairns MJ; King A; Sun LQ.
Nucleic acid mutation analysis using catalytic DNA.
Nucleic Acid Research Vol.28, No.3 1 February 2000 E9.
|2003||Cairns MJ; King A; Sun LQ.
Optimization of the 10-23 DNAzyme-substrate pairing interactions enhanced RNA cleavage activity at purine-cytosine target sites..
Nucleic Acid Research Vol.31, No.11 1 June 2003 2883-2889.
|2006||Rivory L; Tucker C; King A; Lai A; Goodchild A; Witherington C.
The DNAzymes Rs6, Dz13, and DzF Have Potent Biologic Effects Independent of Catalytic Activity..
Oligonucleotides Vol.16 297-312.
|2007||Goodchild, A; King, A; Gozar, M. M; Passioura, T;Tucker, C; Rivory, L.
Cytotoxic G-rich oligodeoxynucleotides: putative protein targets and required sequence motif.
Nucleic Acid Research Vol.35, No.13 22 June 2007 4562-4572.
|2008||Gozar, M. M; Goodchild, A; Passioura, T; King, A; Lai, A; Witherington, C; Rivory, L.
Dz13, a DNAzyme Targeting c-jun, induces off-target cytotoxicity in endothelial cells with features of nonapoptotic programmed cell death.
Oligonucleotides 18 (3) 257-268.
|2009||Passioura, T; Gozar, M. M; Goodchild, A; King, A; Arndt, G. M; Poidinger, M; Birkett, D. J; Rivory, L. P.
Interfering ribonucleic acids that suppress expression of multiple unrelated genes.
BMC Biotechnology e-journal <em>MS id </em>1560175222371331 e-journal.
|2009||Goodchild, A; Nopper, N; King, A; Doan, T; Tanudji, M; Arndt, G. M; Poidinger, M; Rivory, L. P; Passioura, T.
Sequence determinants of innate immune activation by short interfering RNAs.
BMC Immunology e-journal MS id 5717037872441485 e-journal.