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  • MLCut : exploring Multi-Level Cuts in dendrograms for biological data 

    Vogogias, Athanasios; Kennedy, Jessie; Archaumbault, Daniel; Smith, Victoria Anne; Currant, Hannah (Eurographics Association, 2016-09-16) - Conference item
    Choosing a single similarity threshold for cutting dendrograms is not sufficient for performing hierarchical clustering analysis of heterogeneous data sets. In addition, alternative automated or semi-automated methods that ...
  • Plasmodium falciparum choline kinase inhibition leads to a major decrease in phosphatidylethanolamine causing parasite death 

    Serrán-Aguilera, Lucía; Denton, Helen; Rubio-Ruiz, Belén; López-Gutiérrez, Borja; Entrena, Antonio; Izquierdo, Luis; Smith, Terry K; Conejo-García, Ana; Hurtado-Guerrero, Ramon (2016-09-12) - Journal article
    Malaria is a life-threatening disease caused by different species of the protozoan parasite Plasmodium, with P. falciparum being the deadliest. Increasing parasitic resistance to existing antimalarials makes the necessity ...
  • Stathmin is enriched in the developing corticospinal tract 

    Fuller, Heidi; Slade, Robert; Jovanov-Milošević, Nataša; Babić, Mirjana; Sedmak, Goran; Šimić, Goran; Fuszard, Matthew Alexander; Shirran, Sally Lorna; Botting, Catherine Helen; Gates, Monte (2015) - Journal article
    Understanding the intra- and extracellular proteins involved in the development of the corticospinal tract (CST) may offer insights into how the pathway could be regenerated following traumatic spinal cord injury. Currently, ...
  • Updating neuropathology and neuropharmacology of monoaminergic systems 

    Ramsay, Rona R.; De Deurwaerdère, Philippe; Di Giovanni, Giuseppe (2016-07) - Journal item
  • Structural studies of non-classical sialidases 

    Owen, C. David (University of St Andrews, 2015) - Thesis
    Streptococcus pneumoniae is a common resident of the human nasorpharynx that can cause severe illness, including bacterial meningitis and pneumonia. Ruminococcus gnavus is a commensal resident of the human gastrointestinal ...

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