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  • Bunyaviruses and the type I interferon system 

    Elliott, Richard Michael; Weber, F (2009-11-23) - Journal article
    The family Bunyaviridae contains more than 350 viruses that are distributed throughout the world. Most members of the family are transmitted by arthopods, and several cause disease in man, domesticated animals and crop ...
  • Burkholderia cepacia complex and limited cutaneous vasculitis in patients with cystic fibrosis : a case series 

    Kayria, Muttardi; Chris, Orchard; Dhasmana, Devesh J; Nilesh, Morar; Hodson, Margaret E; Khin, Gyi; Diana, Bilton; Simmonds, Nicholas J (2017-04-03) - Journal article
    There is a high association of reactive skin presentations, mainly limited cutaneous vasculitis in patients with cystic fibrosis and Burkholderia cepcia complex chronic infection. This may be due to raised levels of ...
  • Burkholderia pseudomallei genome plasticity associated with genomic island variation 

    Tumapa, Sarinna; Holden, Matthew T. G.; Vesaratchavest, Mongkol; Wuthiekanun, Vanaporn; Limmathurotsakul, Direk; Chierakul, Wirongrong; Feil, Edward J.; Currie, Bart J.; Day, Nicholas P. J.; Nierman, William C.; Peacock, Sharon J. (2008-04-25) - Journal article
    Background: Burkholderia pseudomallei is a soil-dwelling saprophyte and the cause of melioidosis. Horizontal gene transfer contributes to the genetic diversity of this pathogen and may be an important determinant of virulence ...
  • Burkholderia pseudomallei sequencing identifies genomic clades with distinct recombination, accessory, and epigenetic profiles 

    Nandi, Tannistha; Holden, Matthew; Didelot, Xavier; Mehershahi, Kurosh; Boddey, Justin A; Beacham, Ifor; Peak, Ian; Harting, John; Baybayan, Primo; Guo, Yan; Wang, Susana; How, Lee Chee; Sim, Bernice; Essex-Lopresti, Angela; Sarkar-Tyson, Mitali; Nelson, Michelle; Smither, Sophie; Ong, Catherine; Aw, Lay Tin; Hoon, Chua Hui; Michell, Stephen; Studholme, David J; Titball, Richard; Chen, Swaine L; Parkhill, Julian; Tan, Patrick (2015-01) - Journal article
    Burkholderia pseudomallei (Bp) is the causative agent of the infectious disease melioidosis. To investigate population diversity, recombination, and horizontal gene transfer in closely related Bp isolates, we performed ...
  • A burning issue : energy from waste in Scotland 

    Sustainable Development Commission Scotland (Sustainable Development Commission, 2007-12-17) - Report
    Advice to the Scottish Government on waste policy and the role of energy from waste.
  • Business ethics & collective responsibility 

    Dempsey, James A. (University of St Andrews, 2013-11-30) - Thesis
    The idea that ‘business ethics’ picks out a distinct discipline within ethical theory is contentious; in particular, it is unclear why theoretical approaches to moral and political philosophy cannot satisfactorily address ...
  • Buying biosafety - is the price right? 

    Richardson, Louise (2004-05-20) - Journal article
  • Buying spatially-coordinated ecosystem services : an experiment on the role of auction format and communication 

    Krawczyk, Michał; Bartczak, Anna; Hanley, Nicholas David; Stenger, Anne (2016-04) - Journal article
    Procurement auctions are one of several policy tools available to incentivise the provision of ecosystem services and biodiversity conservation. Successful biodiversity conservation often requires a landscape-scale approach ...
  • By any means necessary : an interpretive phenomenological analysis study of post 9/11 American abusive violence in Iraq 

    Tsukayama, John K. (University of St Andrews, 2014-06-24) - Thesis
    This study examines the phenomenon of abusive violence (AV) in the context of the American Post-9/11 Counter-terrorism and Counter-insurgency campaigns. Previous research into atrocities by states and their agents has ...
  • By being human : an anthropological inquiry into the dimension and potential of consciousness in the context of spiritual practice 

    Lenk, Sonja (University of St Andrews, 2009) - Thesis
    The research explores the concept of human consciousness and its being experienced in a particular social context, focusing on consciousness’s ‘highest potential’ as described in both ancient Buddhist Philosophy and more ...
  • Bypassing the proline/thiazoline requirement of the macrocyclase PatG 

    Oueis, E.; Stevenson, H.; Jaspars, M.; Westwood, N. J.; Naismith, J. H. (2017-11-25) - Journal article
    Biocatalysis is a fast developing field in which an enzyme’s natural capabilities are harnessed or engineered for synthetic chemistry. The enzyme PatG is an extremely promiscuous macrocyclase enzyme tolerating both non-natural ...
  • Byron and the post-secular: quia impossibile 

    Hopps, Gavin Richard (2015) - Journal article
    Over the last few decades, several prominent strands of criticism have encouraged us to assume that Romantic intimations of transcendence are illusions, escapist fantasies or forms of mystification. This article argues ...
  • Bystander effects and their implications for clinical radiation therapy : insights from multiscale in silico experiments 

    Powathil, Gibin; Munro, Alastair John; Chaplain, Mark Andrew Joseph; Swat, Maciej (2016-07-21) - Journal article
    Radiotherapy is a commonly used treatment for cancer and is usually given in varying doses. At low radiation doses relatively few cells die as a direct response to radiation but secondary radiation effects, such as DNA ...
  • Byzantine perceptions of the outsider in the eleventh and twelfth centuries : a method 

    Smythe, Dion Clive (1992) - Thesis
    This thesis examines the portrayal of outsiders in Michael Psellos's Chronographia, Anna Komnene's Alexiad, and Niketas Choniates's Narrative - using sociological theories of deviancy. The twofold aim is to "treat texts ...
  • The C-F bond as a conformational probe in agonist receptor interactions. 

    Chia, Poh Wai (University of St Andrews, 2012-06-20) - Thesis
    Chapter 1 gives an introduction on the physical and electronic properties of fluorine and the C-F bond. The application of fluorine in organic chemistry, which is mainly attributed to the electronic properties of fluorine ...
  • C.F. Andrews : the development of his thought, 1904-1914 

    O'Connor, Daniel (University of St Andrews, 1981) - Thesis
    “The present work has been approached as a Mission Study. This is a wide enough category, but if I have had a model in mind, it has been E.J. Sharpe’s study of the thought of J.N. Farquhar, published in the series, “Studia ...
  • C.S. Lewis on relations between the Churches 

    Wolfe, Brendan (Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2011) - Book item
    There are three separate themes in Lewis’ thought, interestingly all present in the Preface to Mere Christianity, which touch upon the relations between the churches, or denominations, of his day and ours. The first is his ...
  • C35 overexpression defines subsets of human breast cancer and its immunoreceptor tyrosine-based activation motif represents a novel treatment target 

    Katz, E.; Faratian, D.; Bartlett, J. M. S.; MacLeod, K.; Pedersen, H.; Larionov, A.; Smith, E. M.; Howell, A. P.; Dixon, J. M.; Evans, E. E.; Langdon, S. P.; Harrison, D. J. (2008-05-13) - Journal item
  • C9ORF72 repeat expansion causes vulnerability of motor neurons to Ca2+-permeable AMPA receptor-mediated excitotoxicity 

    Thangaraj Selvaraj, Bhuvaneish; Livesey, Matthew; Zhao, Chen; Gregory, Jenna; James, Owain; Cleary, Elaine; Chouhan, Amit Kumar; Gane, Angus; Perkins, Emma; Dando, Owen; Lillico, Simon; Lee, Youn-Bok; Nishimura, Agnes; Poreci, Urjana; Thankamony, Sai; Pray, Meryll; Vasistha, Navneet; Magnani, Dario; Borooah, Shyamanga; Burr, Karen; Story, David; McCampbell, Alexander; Shaw, Christopher; Kind, Peter; Aitman, Timothy J.; Whitelaw, Bruce; Wilmut, Ian; Smith, Colin; Miles, Gareth B.; Hardingham, Giles; Wyllie, David; Chandran, Siddharthan (2018-01-24) - Journal article
    Mutations in C9ORF72 are the most common cause of familial amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). Here, through a combination of RNA-seq and electrophysiological studies on induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC) derived motor ...
  • The Ca2+ sensor protein Swiprosin-1/EFhd2 is present in neurites and involved in kinesin-mediated transport in neurons 

    Purohit, P; Perez-Branguli, F; Prots, I; Borger, Eva; Gunn-Moore, Frank J; Welzel, O; Loy, K; Wenzel, EM; Gromer, TW; Brachs, S; Holzer, M; Buslei, R; Fritsch, K; Regensburger, M; Bohm, KJ; Winner, B; Mielenz, D (2014-08-18) - Journal article
    Swiprosin-1/EFhd2 (EFhd2) is a cytoskeletal Ca2+ sensor protein strongly expressed in the brain. It has been shown to interact with mutant tau, which can promote neurodegeneration, but nothing is known about the physiological ...