Research in Pathology Publications has several main areas of study. These areas are, cancer research, cardiovascular, respiratory health and metabolic disease, infection and immunity, neuroscience and mental health, environmental pathology and research in education.
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Submissions from 2005
Catastrophic Microangiopathy Induced by High-titre Factor VIII Inhibitors after Liver Transplantation for Haemophilia A with Cirrhosis, A. K. Khakhar, N. G. Chan, D. S. Allan, S. Chakrabarti, and Vivian C. McAlister
Sentinel Node Biopsy as an Adjunct to Limb Salvage Surgery for Epithelioid Sarcoma of the Hand, Alex Seal, Raymond Tse, Bret Wehrli, Alex Hammond, and Claire L. F. Temple
Submissions from 2004
Human CNS Cultures Exposed to HIV-1 gp120 Reproduce Dendritic Injuries of HIV-1-associated Dementia, Sam Iskander, Kimberley A. Walsh, and Robert R. Hammond
Expression of Progesterone Metabolizing Enzyme Genes (AKR1C1, AKR1C2, AKR1C3, SRD5A1, SRD5A2) is Altered in Human Breast Carcinoma, Michael J. Lewis, John P. Wiebe, and J. Godfrey Heathcote
In-situ and Invasive Carcinoma within a Phyllodes Tumor Associated with Lymph Node Metastases, Jeremy R. Parfitt, Chris Armstrong, Frances O'malley, Joan Ross, and Alan B. Tuck
Antioxidant Protection from HIV-1 gp120-induced Neuroglial Toxicity, Kimberley A. Walsh, Joseph F. Megyesi, John X. Wilson, Jeff Crukley, Victor E. Laubach, and Robert R. Hammond
A Stronger Approach to Weakness in the Intensive Care Unit, G. Bryan Young and Robert R. Hammond
Submissions from 2002
Thymic Re-entry of Mature Activated T cells and Increased Negative Selection in Vascularized Allograft Recipients, L. A. Chau, S. Rohekar, J.-J. Wang, D. Lian, S. Chakrabarti, L. Zhang, R. Zhong, and J. Madrenas