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Terminalia ferdinandiana Fruit and Leaf Extracts Inhibit Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus aureus Growth.

Matthew J Cheesman, Alan White, Ben Matthews, Ian E Cock,

The development of multiple antibiotic-resistant bacteria has vastly depleted our repertoire of effective antibiotic chemotherapies. The development of multi-<i>β</i>-lactam-resistant strains are particularly concerning due to our previous reliance on this class of antibiotics because of their initial efficacy and broad-spectrum activity. With increases in extended-spectrum <i>β</i>-lactam-resistance and an expanded resistance ... Read more >>

Planta Med (Planta medica)
[2019, 85(16):1253-1262]

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Terminalia ferdinandiana Exell: Extracts inhibit Shewanella spp. growth and prevent fish spoilage

Mitchell Henry Wright, Anthony Carlson Greene, Ben Matthews, Ian Edwin Cock, Joseph Shalom,

Shewanella spp. are major causes of fish spoilage. Terminalia ferdinandiana (Kakadu plum) extracts were investigated for their ability to inhibit Shewanella spp. growth. Leaf and fruit extracts displayed potent growth inhibitory properties against all Shewanella spp. The methanolic leaf extract was a particularly potent inhibitor of S. putrefaciens (DD MIC ... Read more >>

Food Microbiol (Food microbiology)
[2019, 78:114-122]

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Terminalia ferdinandiana Exell: Extracts inhibit Shewanella spp. growth and prevent fish spoilage.

Mitchell Henry Wright, Joseph Shalom, Ben Matthews, Anthony Carlson Greene, Ian Edwin Cock,

Shewanella spp. are major causes of fish spoilage. Terminalia ferdinandiana (Kakadu plum) extracts were investigated for their ability to inhibit Shewanella spp. growth. Leaf and fruit extracts displayed potent growth inhibitory properties against all Shewanella spp. The methanolic leaf extract was a particularly potent inhibitor of S. putrefaciens (DD MIC ... Read more >>

Food Microbiol (Food microbiology)
[2019, 78:114-122]

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Rethinking one of criminology's 'brute facts': The age-crime curve and the crime drop in Scotland.

Ben Matthews, Jon Minton,

Examining annual variation in the age-crime curve as a way to better understand the recent crime drop, this paper explores how the age distribution of convicted offending changed for men and women in Scotland between 1989 and 2011. This analysis employs shaded contour plots as a method of visualizing annual ... Read more >>

Eur J Criminol (European journal of criminology)
[2018, 15(3):296-320]

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People, processes, and systems: An observational study of the role of technology in rural youth mental health services.

Simone Orlowski, Sharon Lawn, Ben Matthews, Anthony Venning, Gabrielle Jones, Megan Winsall, Gaston Antezana, Niranjan Bidargaddi, Peter Musiat,

The merits of technology-based mental health service reform have been widely debated among academics, practitioners, and policy makers. The design of new technologies must first be predicated on a detailed appreciation of how the mental health system works before it can be improved or changed through the introduction of new ... Read more >>

Int J Ment Health Nurs (International journal of mental health nursing)
[2017, 26(3):259-272]

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The promise and the reality: a mental health workforce perspective on technology-enhanced youth mental health service delivery.

Simone Orlowski, Sharon Lawn, Ben Matthews, Anthony Venning, Kaisha Wyld, Gabrielle Jones, Megan Winsall, Gaston Antezana, Geoffrey Schrader, Niranjan Bidargaddi,

<h4>Background</h4>Digital technologies show promise for reversing poor engagement of youth (16-24 years) with mental health services. In particular, mobile and internet based applications with communication capabilities can augment face-to-face mental health service provision. The literature in this field, however, fails to adequately capture the perspectives of the youth mental health ... Read more >>

BMC Health Serv Res (BMC health services research)
[2016, 16(1):562]

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Multi-constituent identification in Australian cane toad skin extracts using high-performance liquid chromatography high-resolution tandem mass spectrometry.

Abu Hasanat Md Zulfiker, Mohsen Sohrabi, Ji Qi, Ben Matthews, Ming Q Wei, I Darren Grice,

Toad skins and venom glandular secretions have been widely used for centuries in traditional Chinese and Japanese medicine for the treatment of various ailments such as cancer, sores, toothache, local inflammation and pain. The active chemical constituents from traditional oriental medicines have demonstrated potential in the development of effective therapeutic ... Read more >>

J Pharm Biomed Anal (Journal of pharmaceutical and biomedical analysis)
[2016, 129:260-272]

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The prevention of fish spoilage by high antioxidant Australian culinary plants: Shewanella putrefaciens growth inhibition

Mitchell Henry Wright, Ben Matthews, Megan Sarah Jean Arnold, Anthony Carlson Greene, Ian Edwin Cock,

Shewanella putrefaciens is a marine bacterium and a major microbial cause of spoilage in low temperature stored seafood. A survey of fruits and culinary herbs was undertaken on Australian plants with high antioxidant capacities. Twenty‐eight extracts from thirteen plant species were investigated for the ability to inhibit S. putrefaciens growth. Of ... Read more >>

(International journal of food science & technology.)
[2016, 51(3):801-813]

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Mental Health Technologies: Designing With Consumers.

Simone Orlowski, Ben Matthews, Niranjan Bidargaddi, Gabrielle Jones, Sharon Lawn, Anthony Venning, Philippa Collin,

Despite growing interest in the promise of e-mental and well-being interventions, little supporting literature exists to guide their design and the evaluation of their effectiveness. Both participatory design (PD) and design thinking (DT) have emerged as approaches that hold significant potential for supporting design in this space. Each approach is ... Read more >>

JMIR Hum Factors (JMIR human factors)
[2016, 3(1):e4]

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Differing responses to carbon dioxide enrichment by a dwarf and a normal-sized soybean cultivar may depend on sink capacity.

Sicher, Bunce, Matthews,

Responses to CO2 enrichment were determined for a dwarf (MiniMax) and a normal-sized (Fiskeby) soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.]. Plants were grown in growth chambers with ambient (36 Pa) or elevated (98 Pa) CO2 using a 2 × 2 × 2 factorial design. Harvests for MiniMax and Fiskeby were increased ... Read more >>

Can J Plant Sci (Canadian journal of plant science. Revue canadienne de phytotechnie)
[2010, 90(3):257-264]

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Transcriptome analysis of a compatible response by Glycine max to Phakopsora pachyrhizi infection

Tremblay, Hosseini, Alkharouf, Li, Matthews,

Soybean is one of the top five agricultural products in the United States. Soybean rust is caused by the obligate fungus Phakopsora pachyrhizi Sydow, an exotic pathogen in the U.S. Extensive screening of soybean germplasm has not identified soybean with resistance to all of the different isolates of soybean rust. ... Read more >>

Plant Sci (Plant science : an international journal of experimental plant biology)
[2010, 179(3):183-193]

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