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Pre-commencement interviews to support transition and retention of first year undergraduate students

This paper reports the findings of a pilot study conducted at a regional university in Australia involving a pre-commencement interview strategy that aimed to better support first-year students transitioning into an undergraduate nursing program. The aim of the study was to determine the efficacy of the approach and inform the development of more effective transition and...

Inhibition of peptidyl-arginine deiminases reverses protein-hypercitrullination and disease in mouse models of multiple sclerosis

Mario A. Moscarello Helena Lei Fabrizio G. Mastronardi Shawn Winer Hubert Tsui Zhen Li Cameron Ackerley Li Zhang Reinout Raijmakers D. Denise Wood Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common CNS

The Role of Citrullinated Proteins Suggests a Novel Mechanism in the Pathogenesis of Multiple Sclerosis

Mario A. Moscarello 0 Fabrizio G. Mastronardi 0 D. Denise Wood 0 0 M. A. Moscarello (&) F. G. Mastronardi D. D. Wood Department of Structural Biology and Biochemistry, Hospital for Sick Children

Late Emergence Effects on Agronomic Characteristics of Wheat

support for this research. James P. Shroyer, Denise Wood, Agronomy; Greg McClure, Clay Co.; Brian Creager, Osborne Co.; Keith VanSkike, Norton Co.; Ron Seyfert, Ottawa Co.; Bob Broweleit, Phillips Co ... . Shroyer, Denise Wood, Greg McClure, Brian Creager, Keith VanSkike, Ron Seyfert, Bob Broweleit, Daymian Reed, Mike Christian, and Tom Maxwell Wheat stand establishment is the foundation for realizing