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  • A review of unmanned vehicles for the detection and monitoring of marine fauna 

    Verfuss, Ursula K.; Aniceto, Ana Sofia; Harris, Danielle V.; Gillespie, Douglas; Fielding, Sophie; Jiménez, Guillermo; Johnston, Phil; Sinclair, Rachael R.; Sivertsen, Agnar; Solbø, Stian A.; Storvold, Rune; Biuw, Martin; Wyatt, Roy (2019-03) - Journal item
    Recent technology developments have turned present-day unmanned systems into realistic alternatives to traditional marine animal survey methods. Benefits include longer survey durations, improved mission safety, mission ...
  • Gene exchange drives the ecological success of a multi-host bacterial pathogen 

    Richardson, Emily J; Bacigalupe, Rodrigo; Harrison, Ewan M; Weinert, Lucy A; Lycett, Samantha; Vrieling, Manouk; Robb, Kirsty; Hoskisson, Paul A; Holden, Matthew T G; Feil, Edward J; Paterson, Gavin K; Tong, Steven Y C; Shittu, Adebayo; van Wamel, Willem; Aanensen, David M; Parkhill, Julian; Peacock, Sharon J; Corander, Jukka; Holmes, Mark; Fitzgerald, J Ross (2018-07-23) - Journal article
    The capacity for some pathogens to jump into different host-species populations is a major threat to public health and food security. Staphylococcus aureus is a multi-host bacterial pathogen responsible for important human ...
  • A high-throughput screening of a chemical compound library in ovarian cancer stem cells 

    Ricci, F.; Carrassa, L.; Christodoulou, M. S.; Passarella, D.; Michel, B.; Benhida, B.; Martinet, N.; Hunyadi, A.; Ioannou, E.; Roussis, V.; Musso, L.; Dallavalle, S.; Silvestri, R.; Westwood, Nicholas James; Mori, M.; Ingallina, C.; Botta, B.; Kavetsou, E.; Detsi, A.; Majer, Z.; Hudecz, F.; Bősze, S.; Kaminska, B.; Hansen, T. V.; Bertrand, P.; Athanassopoulos, C. M.; Damia, G. (2018-01-23) - Journal article
    Background: Epithelial ovarian cancer has a poor prognosis, mostly due to its late diagnosis and to the development of drug resistance after a first platinum-based regimen. The presence of a specific population of “cancer ...
  • Erythritol attenuates postprandial blood glucose by inhibiting α-glucosidase 

    Wen, Huaixiu; Tang, Bowen; Stewart, Alan J.; Tao, Yanduo; Shao, Yun; Cui, Yulei; Yue, Huilan; Pei, Jinjin; Liu, Zenggen; Mei, Lijuan; Yu, Ruitao; Jiang, Lei (2018-02-14) - Journal article
    Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a serious metabolic disorder where impaired postprandial blood glucose regulation often leads to severe health complications. The natural chemical, erythritol is a C4 polyol approved by FDA for ...
  • Temperature-driven biodiversity change : disentangling space and time 

    Waldock, Conor; Dornelas, Maria; Bates, Amanda E (2018-11-01) - Journal article
    Temperature regimes have multiple spatial and temporal dimensions that have different impacts on biodiversity. Signatures of warming across these dimensions may contribute uniquely to the large-scale species redistributions ...