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(University of St Andrews, 2017-06-21) - ThesisThis work expands the knowledge on phospholipid metabolism in the kinetoplastid parasites: T. brucei, T. cruzi, Leishmania spp. that cause neglected tropical diseases and the related non-human pathogenic Crithidia ...
Human cytomegalovirus major immediate early 1 protein targets host chromosomes by docking to the acidic pocket on the nucleosome surface (2014-01-15) - Journal articleThe 72-kDa immediate early 1 (IE1) protein encoded by human cytomegalovirus (hCMV) is a nuclearly localized promiscuous regulator of viral and cellular transcription. IE1 has long been known to associate with host mitotic ...
(2017) - Journal articleA device concept for highly efficient OLEDs is introduced that allows to tune the emission color of the device over a broad range of the CIE color gamut. The approach exploits the different polarities of the positive and ...
(University of St Andrews, 2017-12-07) - Thesis
(Portland Press Ltd., 2016-12-01) - Journal articleWith the advent of optogenetics, numerous functions in cells have been rendered responsive to the experimental delivery of light. The most common implementation of this technique features neurons genetically modified to ...