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Liu, X. (2004) Activating and storing Dan Tian energy: The primary training for energy flow in Taiji and Qigong. Zhong Xin, 12 4: 9-11. 166  
Liu, X., Brown, W.J. and Miller, Y. (2007). A preliminary study of the effects of Chinese medical exercise on indicators of metabolic syndrome and diabetes control in adults with elevated blood glucose level. In: AACMAC 2007 Abstracts. Australasian Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine Annual Conference (AACMAC 2007), Brisbane, Qld, Australia, (14-14). 18-20 May, 2007. 91  
Liu, Xin, Miller, Yvette D., Brown, Wendy J. and Burton, Nicola W. (2010) A preliminary study of the effects of Tai Chi and Qigong medical exercise on indicators of metabolic syndrome, glycaemic control, health related quality of life, and psychological health in adults with elevated blood glucose. British Journal of Sports Medicine, 44 10: 704-709. doi:10.1136/bjsm.2008.051144 301   14 Cited 18 times in Scopus18 21
Liu, X., Miller, Y. and Brown, W. (2004). A role for Qigong in the management of diabetes. In: 6th World Conference in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Book of Abstracts. 6th World Conference in Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, Gold Coast, Qld, Australia, (58-58). 29-31 October 2004. 80  
Liu, X. and Miller, Y. D. (2004). A role for Qigong in the management of diabetes. In: Conference Secretariat, 6th World Conference on Acupuncture Conference Program and Book of Abstracts. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the Modern Age: WFAS Sixth World Conference on Acupuncture, Gold Coast, Australia, (xx-xx). 29-31 October, 2004. 120  
Liu, X. and KaiMai, Tai Chi Beijing: the State Sports General Administrations of China 5th ed. ed. China: People's Sports Publishing House, 2006. 48  
Liu, X., Miller, Y. D., Burton, N. W., Chang, J-H and Brown, W. J. (2012). Can mind-body movement therapy combat central obesity and other indicators of metabolic syndrome - promising findings from recent clinical trials. In: Proceedings of the 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Controversies to Consensus in Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension (CODHy. 1st Asia Pacific Congress on Controversies to Consensus in Diabetes, Obesity and Hypertension (CODHy), Shanghai Peoples R China, (110-110). 02-05 June 2011. doi:10.1002/dmrr.2317 63   0 0
Wang, Haolu, Thorling , Camilla A., Liang, Xiaowen, Bridle, Kim R., Grice, Jeffrey E., Zhu, Yian, Crawford, Darrell H. G., Xu, Zhi Ping, Liu, Xin and Roberts MS (2015) Diagnostic imaging and therapeutic application of nanoparticles targeting the liver. Journal of Materials Chemistry B, 3 6: 939-958. doi:10.1039/C4TB01611D 28   0 0
Liu, Xin, Kruger, Peter S. and Roberts, Michael S. (2011) How to measure pharmacokinetics in critically ill patients?. Current Pharmaceutical Biotechnology, 12 12: 2037-2043. doi:10.2174/138920111798808239 84 4 3 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 0
Liu, X. (2004). KaiMai Qigong: A golden key to open your channels. In: Conference Secretariat, 6th World Conference on Acupuncture Conference Program and Book of Abstracts. Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine in the Modern Age: WFAS Sixth World Conference on Acupuncture, Gold Coast, Australia, (xx-xx). 29-31 October 2004. 131  
Liu, Xin, Miller, Yvette D., Burton, Nicola W., Chang, Jiun-Horng and Brown, Wendy J. (2011) Qi-gong mind-body therapy and diabetes control: A randomized controlled trial. American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 41 2: 152-158. doi:10.1016/j.amepre.2011.04.007 113   4 Cited 5 times in Scopus5 19
Wang, Haolu, Liang, Xiaowen, Mohammed, Yousuf H., Thomas, James A., Bridle, Kim R., Thorling, Camilla A., Grice, Jeffrey E., Xu, Zhi Ping, Liu, Xin, Crawford, Darrell H. G. and Roberts, Michael S. (2015) Real-time histology in liver disease using multiphoton microscopy with fluorescence lifetime imaging. Biomedical Optics Express, 6 3: 780-792. doi:10.1364/BOE.6.000780 15   1
Liu, X. and Abbott, R. A. (2004) The application of five elements theory in exercise intervention: A key role in the treatment of gestational diabetes. The European Journal of Integrated Eastern and Western Medicine, 2 3: 45-48. 196  
Liu, Xin, Miller, Yvette D., Burton, Nicola W., Chang, Jiun Horng and Brown, Wendy J. (2013) The effect of Tai Chi on health-related quality of life in people with elevated blood glucose or diabetes: a randomized controlled trial. Quality of Life Research, 22 7: 1783-1786. doi:10.1007/s11136-012-0311-7 111   1 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 5
Liu, Xin, Vitetta, Luis, Kostner, Karam, Crompton, David, Williams, Gail, Brown, Wendy J., Lopez, Alan, Xue, Charlie C., Oei, Tian P., Byrne, Gerard, Martin, Jennifer H. and Whiteford, Harvey (2015) The effects of Tai Chi in centrally obese adults with depression symptoms. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2015 879712.1-879712.8. doi:10.1155/2015/879712 41   0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 5
Liu, X. (2004) The role of energy flow in Taiji-quan training and treatment. Taijiquan Netherlands, 16 17-18. 41  
Liu, X. (2005) The role of KaiMai Tai Chi therapy in the management of cardiovascular and small intensine diseases. Chinese Wushu, 248 50-51. 78  
Liu, X. (2005) The role of KaiMai Tai Chi therapy in the management of digestive diseases. Chinese Wushu, 249 28-29. 292  
Liu, X. (2005) The role of KaiMai Tai Chi therapy in the management of hepatic and gall bladder diseases. Chinese Wushu, 247 -48. 53  
Liu, Xin (2004) The role of KaiMai Tai Chi therapy in the management of hypertension. Chinese wushu, 243 46-47. 68  
Liu, X. (2004) The role of KaiMai Tai chi therapy in the management of renal and urinary bladder diseases. Chinese Wushu, 245 50-51. 60  
Liu, X. (2004) The role of KaiMai Tai Chi therapy in the management of respiratory and large intestine diseases. Chinese Wushu, 244 54-55. 41  
Liu, Xin (2004) What is energy flow? What is the importance of being able to feel energy flow in Qigong treatment? What works?. Zhong Xin, 12 3: 7-10. 84