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    • The conundrum of α- and β-lapachone isomerization in acidic media : insights from experimental and implicit/explicit solvation approaches 

      Delarmelina, Maicon; Nicoletti, Caroline; de Moraes, Marcela; Futuro, Debora; Buehl, Michael; da Silva, Fernando; Ferreira, Vitor; Carneiro, Jose Walkimar (2018-12-13) - Journal article
      Combined experimental and mixed implicit/explicit solvation approaches were employed to gain insights into the origin of switchable regioselectivity of acid‐catalyzed lapachol cyclization and α‐/β‐lapachone isomerization. ...
    • Fan cells in layer 2 of lateral entorhinal cortex are critical for episodic-like memory 

      Vandrey, Brianna Marie; Garden, Derek L.F.; Ambrozova, Veronika; McClure, Christina; Nolan, Matthew; Ainge, James Alexander (2019-12-12) - Journal article
      Episodic memory requires different types of information to be bound together to generate representations of experiences. The lateral entorhinal cortex (LEC) and hippocampus are required for episodic-like memory in rodents ...
    • Redrawing the border through the ‘Right to Rent’ : exclusion, discrimination and hostility in the English housing market 

      McKee, Kim; Leahy, Sharon; Tokarczyk, Trudi; Crawford, Joseph (2019-11-10) - Journal article
      The UK Immigration Act 2016 is central to the Conservative Government’s drive to create a more hostile environment for potential migrants and current ‘illegal’ migrants residing in the UK. The Right to Rent provisions of ...
    • Pluripotency and the origin of animal multicellularity 

      Sogabe, Shunsuke; Hatleberg, William L.; Kocot, Kevin M.; Say, Tahsha E.; Stoupin, Daniel; Roper, Kathrein; Fernandez-Valverde, Selene L.; Degnan, Sandie M.; Degnan, Bernard M. (2019-06-12) - Journal article
      A widely held—but rarely tested—hypothesis for the origin of animals is that they evolved from a unicellular ancestor, with an apical cilium surrounded by a microvillar collar, that structurally resembled modern sponge ...
    • Tuning the exciton diffusion coefficient of polyfluorene based semiconducting polymers 

      Sajjad, Muhammad T.; Ward, Alexander J.; Ruseckas, Arvydas; Bansal, Ashu K.; Allard, Sybille; Scherf, Ullrich; Samuel, Ifor D. W. (2018-12-12) - Journal article
      Exciton diffusion plays an important role in functional materials used in organic optoelectronic devices, such as solar cells, organic light emitting diodes, and lasers. Here we explore how exciton diffusion can be controlled ...