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1. New way to detect heart damage caused by chemotherapy | University of Oxford

Image credit: Shutterstock. Published. 22 Sep 2017. Share This. New way to detect heart damage caused by chemotherapy. ... damage. This means the damage is only discovered once a person is diagnosed with irreversible heart failure.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2017-09-22-new-way-detect-heart-damage-caused-chemotherapy- 54k - 13 Aug 2020 - Cached

2. Home | Pitt Rivers Museum

This is a new website. Search form. The Pitt Rivers Museum is currently closed. In the meantime we hope that you will enjoy and be inspired by our collections from home. Scroll down for ways to stay connected. Audio of the Month. Find out more

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3. Repairing DNA damage | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Loading Video. Duration: 0:07:00 | Added: 28 Apr 2016. Dr Ross Chapman studies the molecular events triggered by DNA damage detection, and why defects in these events lead to immune ... GENOME INTEGRITY. Whilst controlled DNA breaks allow for our vast

podcasts.ox.ac.uk/repairing-dna-damage- 31k - 12 Aug 2020 - Cached

4. Maintenance and repairs | Graduate Accommodation

28 days. Please report any damage in your property to the site assistant as soon as possible. ... The same applies to any damage to the University’s furniture or contents.

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5. Ability of brain to protect itself from damage revealed | University of Oxford

Published. 25 Feb 2013. Share This. Ability of brain to protect itself from damage revealed. ... But what protected that one set of cells from damage had remained a puzzle until now.

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6. New approach to reducing damage after a heart attack | University of Oxford

Published. 19 Jul 2019. Share This. New approach to reducing damage after a heart attack. ... Furthermore, their data has demonstrated that patients with high NPY levels tend to go on to experience more heart damage.

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7. Fumarate greatly reduces heart attack damage in mice | University of Oxford

Published. 6 Mar 2012. Share This. Fumarate greatly reduces heart attack damage in mice. ... But let’s be clear: it’s great to show we can reduce heart attack damage in mice.

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8. Cell-saving drugs could reduce brain damage after stroke | University of Oxford

Published. 27 Mar 2014. Share This. Cell-saving drugs could reduce brain damage after stroke. ... This significantly impairs blood flow in the long term, causing lasting damage to brain cells.

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9. Repairing DNA damage | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Loading Video. Duration: 0:07:00 | Added: 28 Apr 2016. Dr Ross Chapman studies the molecular events triggered by DNA damage detection, and why defects in these events lead to immune ... GENOME INTEGRITY. Whilst controlled DNA breaks allow for our vast

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10. Cooling oxygen-deprived newborns reduces chances of brain damage | University of Oxford

Published. 10 Jul 2014. Share This. Cooling oxygen-deprived newborns reduces chances of brain damage. ... Oxygen deprivation at birth is known to set off processes that can lead to the death of brain cells and permanent neurological damage.

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