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Sydney Morning Herald features Centenary cardiac research

20/10/2020

Research from the Centenary Institute showing that genetic testing can help identify the cause of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) in
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Anti-inflammatory benefits from gut bacteria found in fish and humans

19/10/2020

Researchers at the Centenary Institute have found that sensitivity of the immune system to ‘good’ gut bacteria is present in
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Professor Phil Hansbro on 60 Minutes

06/10/2020

Professor Phil Hansbro, Director of the Centenary UTS Centre for Inflammation has featured on the current affairs program 60 Minutes,
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Concealed cardiomyopathies revealed in cardiac arrest survivors

29/09/2020

Centenary Institute researchers have discovered that genetic testing can identify ‘concealed cardiomyopathies’ in nearly a quarter of sudden cardiac arrest
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Centenary Institute - Medical Research

Spend your summer at Centenary!

25/09/2020

Centenary’s Summer Research Scholarship program for 2020/21 is now open and accepting applications! You: Must be a 2nd or 3rd
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Human enzyme DPP4 does not enable COVID-19 infection

21/09/2020

Research from the Centenary Institute has found that the human enzyme dipeptidyl peptidase (DPP4) does not bind to the spike
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