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Associate Professor Jennifer Mosse

Deputy Dean, Science, Psychology and Sport

School of Science, Psychology and Sport


School Leadership


Gippsland Campus, Online

Isolating DNA sourced non-invasively from koala scats: a comparison of four commercial DNA stool kits

Genetic sampling from faeces is a useful method for obtaining DNA samples non-invasively. The...

Antimicrobial sensitivity trends and virulence genes in Shigella spp. from the Oceania region

Shigella is a common cause of diarrhoea in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and other Oceania countries....

Genetic structure and diversity of the koala population in South Gippsland, Victoria: a remnant population of high conservation significance

In the Australian state of Victoria, the history of koalas and their management has resulted in...

Selection of multi-drug resistant influenza A and B viruses under zanamivir pressure and their replication fitness in ferrets.

Background: Intravenous zanamivir has been used to treat patients with severe influenza. Because...

Using non-invasive sampling methods to determine the prevalence and distribution of Chlamydia pecorum and koala retrovirus in a remnant koala population with conservation importance

Context Pathogenic infections are an important consideration for the conservation of native...

Validating the use of non-invasively sourced DNA for population genetic studies using pedigree data

Non-invasive genetic sampling has provided valuable ecological data for many species - data which...

Characterization of the Localized Immune Response in the Respiratory Tract of Ferrets following Infection with Influenza A and B Viruses

The burden of infection with seasonal influenza viruses is significant. Each year is typically...

Shigellosis: a truly neglected disease in Papua New Guinea

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The Basics of Getting Biology Courses Online

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Evaluation of a dry powder delivery system for laninamivir in a ferret model of influenza infection

Laninamivir is a long-acting antiviral requiring only a single dose for the treatment of...

Influenza viruses with B/Yamagata- and B/Victoria-like neuraminidases are differentially affected by mutations that alter antiviral susceptibility

Objectives: The burden of disease due to influenza B is often underestimated. Clinical studies...

Interval Between Infections and Viral Hierarchy Are Determinants of Viral Interference Following Influenza Virus Infection in a Ferret Model

Background. Epidemiological studies suggest that, following infection with influenza virus, there...

The importance of place in engagement for partnerships in STEM between Universities and Schools in rural, remote and regional Australia

While investment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) enterprises is...

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Zanamivir-resistant influenza viruses with Q136K or Q136R neuraminidase residue mutations can arise during MDCK cell culture creating challenges for antiviral susceptibility monitoring

Surveillance of circulating influenza strains for antiviral susceptibility is important to ensure...

Antigenic Drift of the Pandemic 2009 A(H1N1) Influenza Virus in a Ferret Model

Surveillance data indicate that most circulating A(H1N1)pdm09 influenza viruses have remained...

Reliable genotyping of the koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) using DNA isolated from a single faecal pellet

The koala, an Australian icon, has been added to the threatened species list. Rationale for the...

Review of the clinical effectiveness of the neuraminidase inhibitors against influenza B viruses

Influenza A and B viruses cause significant morbidity and mortality worldwide each year. The...

Working with Science Teachers to Transform the Opportunity Landscape for Regional and Rural Youth: A Qualitative Evaluation of the Science in Schools Program

This article reports on a qualitative evaluation of the Science in Schools program; a suite of...

Potential Control of Human Immunodeficiency Virus Type 1 asp Expression by Alternative Splicing in the Upstream Untranslated Region

The negative-sense asp open reading frame (ORF) positioned opposite to the human immunodeficiency...

Potently Immunosuppressive 5-Fluorouracil-Resistant Mesenchymal Stromal Cells Completely Remit an Experimental Autoimmune Disease

We treated mice with 5-fluorouracil (5-FU) to isolate a quiescent and undifferentiated...

Providing a flexible learning environment: Are on-line lectures the answer?

As universities embrace new technologies to increase flexibility and enhance students' learning...

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Is the evolution of biochemistry texts decreasing fitness? A case study of pedagogical error in bioenergetics

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Off-campus learning: what do students want?

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Recorded lectures don't replace the 'real thing': what the students say

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The probability isotherm: an intuitive non-equilibrium thermodynamic framework for biochemical kinetics

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Acquisition of laboratory skills by on-campus and distance education students

  • Book Chapters

Assessing the viral fitness of oseltamivir-resistant influenza viruses in ferrets, using a competitive-mixtures model

To determine the relative fitness of oseltamivir-resistant strains compared to susceptible...

MDCK-SIAT1 cells show improved isolation rates for recent human influenza viruses compared to conventional MDCK cells