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    • Minorities' job satisfaction and organisational commitment in hospitality industry 

      Hsiao, Aaron (International Journal of Culture, Tourism and Hospitality Research, 2017)
      Purpose – The purpose of this paper was to explore whether organisational diversity is associated with minority employee attitudes (i.e. job satisfaction and organisational commitment) in Taiwan and to illustrate if ...
    • The minority nationalities 

      Mackerras, Colin (The New Cambridge Handbook of Contemporary China, 2001)
    • Minutiae-based Fingerprint Alignment Using Phase Correlation 

      Chen, Weiping; Gao, Yongsheng (13th International Conference: Mechatronics and Machine Vision in Practice, 2006)
    • A Minutiae-based Fingerprint Matching Algorithm Using Phase Correlation 

      Chen, Weiping; Gao, Yongsheng (The 9th International Conference on Digital Image Computing: Techniques and Applications DICTA 2007, 2007)
      Minutiae-based method is the most popular approach in fingerprint matching. However, most existing methods need to search for the best correspondence of minutiae pairs or use reference points (core and delta points) to ...
    • MiR-107 and MiR-185 Can Induce Cell Cycle Arrest in Human Non Small Cell Lung Cancer Cell Lines 

      Takahashi, Yukari; Forrest, Alistair; Maeno, Emi; Hashimoto, Takehiro; O. Daub, Carsten; Yasuda, Jun (PloS One, 2009)
      Background: MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are short single stranded noncoding RNAs that suppress gene expression through either translational repression or degradation of target mRNAs. The annealing between messenger RNAs and 5' seed ...
    • miR-126 in human cancers: Clinical roles and current perspectives 

      Ebrahimi, Faeza; Gopalan, Vinod; Smith, Robert; Lam, Alfred (Experimental and Molecular Pathology, 2014)
      miR-126 has been implicated in the processes of inflammation and angiogenesis. Through these processes, miR-126 is implicated in cancer biology, but its role there has not been well reviewed. The aim of this review is to ...
    • The miR-17-5p microRNA is a key regulator of the G1/S phase cell cycle transition 

      Cloonan, Nicole; Brown, Mellissa K.; Steptoe, Anita; Wani, Shivangi; Chan, Wei Ling; Forrest, Alistair; Kolle, Gabriel; Gabrielli, Brian; Grimmond, Sean (Genome Biology, 2008)
      Background: MicroRNAs are modifiers of gene expression, acting to reduce translation through either translational repression or mRNA cleavage. Recently, it has been shown that some microRNAs can act to promote or suppress ...
    • MiR-498 in esophageal squamous cell carcinoma: clinicopathological impacts and functional interactions 

      Islam, Md. Farhadul; Gopalan, Vinod; Law, Simon; Tang, Johnny Cheuk-On; Chan, Kwok-Wah; Lam, Alfred (Human Pathology, 2017)
      MicroRNA-498 plays a crucial role in progression of many carcinomas. The signaling pathways by which miR-498 modulates carcinogenesis are still unknown. Also, miR-498–associated molecular pathogenesis has never been studied ...
    • miR1288 in colorectal cancers: Altered expression and its clinicopathological significance 

      Gopalan Chettiyar Padmam, Vinod; Smith, Robert Anthony; Lam, Alfred; Salajegheh, Ali (Cancer Research, 2012)
      Introduction: MicroRNA-1288 (miR-1288) is a non-coding RNA located in 17p11.2 and not been studied solely in cancer. We aim to examine the miR-1288 expression in a large cohort of patients with colorectal carcinoma, adenoma ...
    • Miracle workers or ambulance chasers? The role of administrators in the Part 5.3A process 

      Anderson, Colin (Insolvency Law Journal, 2004)
      This article considers the role of the administrator under a voluntary administration and also briefly under a deed of company arrangement. There has been some criticism that the procedure does not permit proper standards ...
    • The Mirage of Justice: Women and the Shrinking State 

      Hunter, Rosemary (Australian Feminist Law Journal, 2002)
    • MIRAGE: The minimum information required for a glycomics experiment 

      York, William S.; Agravat, Sanjay; Aoki-Kinoshita, Kiyoko F.; McBride, Ryan; Campbell, Matthew P.; Costello, Catherine E.; Dell, Anne; Feizi, Ten; Haslam, Stuart M.; Karlsson, Niclas G.; Khoo, Kay-Hooi; Kolarich, Daniel; Liu, Yan; Novotny, Milos V.; Packer, Nicolle H.; Paulson, James C.; Rapp, Erdmann; Ranzinger, Rene; Rudd, Pauline M.; Smith, David F.; Struwe, Weston B.; Tiemeyer, Michael; Wells, Lance; Zaia, Joseph; Kettner, Carsten (Glycobiology, 2014)
      The MIRAGE (minimum information required for a glycomics experiment) initiative was founded in Seattle, WA, in November 2011 in order to develop guidelines for reporting the qualitative and quantitative results obtained ...
    • Miscarriages of justice 

      Ransley, Janet (Police Reform: Building Integrity, 2002)
    • Misclassification of Suicide - The Contribution of Opiates. 

      Cantor, Christopher; McTaggart, Philippa; De Leo, Diego (Psychopathology, 2001)
      The reliability of suicide reporting remains a concern. Problems include procedural deficiencies, ambiguous evidence and the determination of intent. In this study, Queensland Suicide Register (QSR) data were compared to ...
    • Misclassification on the Mekong: the origins of Hun Sen's personalist dictatorship 

      Morgenbesser, Lee (Democratization, 2017)
      Authoritarian regime datasets are an important tool for research in both comparative politics and international relations. Despite widespread use of these categorization schemes, very little attention has been paid to the ...
    • Misconceptions about intuition 

      Sinclair, Marta (Psychological Inquiry, 2010)
      This article outlines advances in intuition research and draws attention to several misconceptions, based on conflicting assumptions about the intuition construct and the intuiting process. In particular, it focuses on ...
    • Misconceptions in the application of the Sieverts technique 

      Webb, Jim; Gray, Evan (International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2013)
      The Sieverts technique is commonly used for determining gas uptake, particularly for hydrogen storage material characterisation. Despite a considerable literature on correct technique, best practice and sources of potential ...
    • Misconstruing Indigenous sovereignty: Maintaining the fabric of Australian Law 

      Rodgers-Falk, Phillip; Martin, Gary (Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters, 2007)
    • Miseries suffered, unvoiced, unknown? Communication of suicidal intent by men in ‘rural’ Queensland, Australia. 

      McPhedran, Samara; De Leo, Diego (Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 2013)
      It has long been argued that suicide prevention efforts in rural locations face not only structural barriers, such as a lack of accessible health care and specialized mental health services, but also a range of cultural ...
    • Misinterpreting risk and test results delays diagnosis in a patient with pulmonary embolism 

      Babak, Sam; Sriram, Krishna (BMJ Case Reports., 2014)
      We report the case of a middle-aged man where a diagnosis of pulmonary embolism (PE) was delayed due to initial underestimation of risk and over-reliance on D-dimer testing. The patient presented with pleuritic chest pain ...