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  • The Anatomy and Microcirculation of the Intervertebral Disc 

    Palfrey, Rachel Melanie (University of ExeterPhysics, 2013-07-31)
    Low back pain is a costly financial and loss of productivity societal issue. Although its aetiology is unclear, it has been associated with the intervertebral disc and its degeneration which has been thought to be caused ...
  • Anatomy of a Pin-Up: A Genealogy of Sexualized Femininity Since the Industrial Age 

    Lipsos, Eleni (University of ExeterEnglish, 2013-11-19)
    Pin-up images have played an important role in American culture, in both their illustrated and photographic configurations. The pin-up is viewed as a significant representational cultural artifact of idealistic and ...
  • The ancestral symbiont sensor kinase CSK links photosynthesis with gene expression in chloroplasts. 

    Puthiyaveetil, S; Kavanagh, TA; Cain, P; Sullivan, JA; Newell, CA; Gray, JC; Robinson, C; van der Giezen, M; Rogers, MB; Allen, John F. (2008-07-22)
    We describe a novel, typically prokaryotic, sensor kinase in chloroplasts of green plants. The gene for this chloroplast sensor kinase (CSK) is found in cyanobacteria, prokaryotes from which chloroplasts evolved. The CSK ...
  • Ancient diversification of eukaryotic MCM DNA replication proteins. 

    Aves, Stephen; Richards, Thomas A; Liu, Yuan (BioMed Central, 2009)
    Yeast and animal cells require six mini-chromosome maintenance proteins (Mcm2-7) for pre-replication complex formation, DNA replication initiation and DNA synthesis. These six individual MCM proteins form distinct heterogeneous ...
  • Ancient DNA analysis identifies marine mollusc shells as new metagenomic archives of the past. 

    Der Sarkissian, C; Pichereau, V; Dupont, C; Ilsøe, PC; Perrigault, M; Butler, P; Chauvaud, L; Eiríksson, J; Scourse, J; Paillard, C; Orlando, L (Wiley, 2017-05-12)
    Marine mollusc shells enclose a wealth of information on coastal organisms and their environment. Their life history traits as well as (palaeo-) environmental conditions, including temperature, food availability, salinity ...
  • Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski’s horses 

    Gaunitz, C; Fages, A; Hanghoj, K; Albrechtsen, A; Khan, N; Schubert, M; Seguin-Orlando, A; Owens, IJ; Felkel, S; Bignon-Lau, O; de Barros Damgaard, P; Mittnik, A; Mohaseb, AF; Davoudi, H; Alquraishi, S; Alfarhan, AH; Al-Rasheid, KAS; Crubézy, E; Benecke, N; Olsen, S; Brown, D; Anthony, D; Massy, K; Pitulko, V; Kasparov, A; Brem, G; Hofreiter, M; Mukhtarova, G; Mukhtarova, N; Lõugas, L; Onar, V; Stockhammer, PW; Krause, J; Boldgiv, B; Undrakhbold, S; Erdenebaatar, D; Lepetz, S; Mashkour, M; Ludwig, A; Wallner, B; Merz, V; Merz, I; Zaibert, V; Willerslev, E; Librado, P; Outram, AK; Orlando, L (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-02-22)
    The Eneolithic Botai culture of the Central Asian steppes provides the earliest archaeological evidence for horse husbandry, ~5,500 ya, but the exact nature of early horse domestication remains controversial. We generated ...
  • Ancient genomes revisit the ancestry of domestic and Przewalski’s horses 

    Gaunitz, C; Fages, A; Hanghoj, K; Albrechtsen, A; Khan, N; Schubert, M; Seguin-Orlando, A; Owens, IJ; Felkel, S; Bignon-Lau, O; de Barros Damgaard, P; Mittnik, A; Mohaseb, AF; Davoudi, H; Alquraishi, S; Alfarhan, AH; Al-Rasheid, KAS; Crubézy, E; Benecke, N; Olsen, S; Brown, D; Anthony, D; Massy, K; Pitulko, V; Kasparov, A; Brem, G; Hofreiter, M; Mukhtarova, G; Mukhtarova, N; Lõugas, L; Onar, V; Stockhammer, PW; Krause, J; Boldgiv, B; Undrakhbold, S; Erdenebaatar, D; Lepetz, S; Mashkour, M; Ludwig, A; Wallner, B; Merz, V; Merz, I; Zaibert, V; Willerslev, E; Librado, P; Outram, AK; Orlando, L (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2018-02-22)
    The Eneolithic Botai culture of the Central Asian steppes provides the earliest archaeological evidence for horse husbandry, ~5,500 ya, but the exact nature of early horse domestication remains controversial. We generated ...
  • The ancient Greek address system and some proposed sociolinguistic universals 

    Dickey, Eleanor (Cambridge University Press, 1997-03)
    This article summarizes the results of a longer study of address forms in Ancient Greek, based on 11,891 address tokens from a variety of sources. It argues that the Greek evidence appears to contradict two tendencies, ...
  • The ancient heritage of water ice in the solar system 

    Cleeves, L. Ilsedore; Bergin, Edwin A.; Alexander, Conel M. O’D.; Du, Fujun; Graninger, Dawn; Oberg, Karin I.; Harries, Tim J. (American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014)
    Identifying the source of Earth's water is central to understanding the origins of life-fostering environments and to assessing the prevalence of such environments in space. Water throughout the solar system exhibits ...
  • Ancient pre-glacial erosion surfaces preserved beneath the West Antarctic Ice Sheet 

    Rose, K.C.; Ross, N; Jordan, T.A.; Bingham, R.G.; Corr, H.F.J.; Le Brocq, A.M.; Ferraccioli, F; Rippin, D.M.; Siegert, M.J. (European Geosciences Union (EGU) / Copernicus Publications, 2015-02-16)
    present ice-penetrating radar evidence for ancient (pre-glacial) and extensive erosion surfaces preserved beneath the upstream Institute and Möller ice streams, West Antarctica. Radar data reveal a smooth, laterally ...
  • Ancients, moderns, gender: Marie-Jeanne L’Héritier’s Le Parnasse reconnoissant ou le triomphe de Madame Des-Houlières 

    Taylor, HM (Oxford University Press (OUP), 2017)
    This article examines the relationship between the Querelle des Anciens et des Modernes and the Querelle des femmes as it was articulated in Le Parnasse reconnoissant ou le triomphe de Madame Des-Houlières by Marie-Jeanne ...
  • And His Day's Work Was Done 

    Connor, T.W. (2009-07-16)
  • And now for something completely different? The impact of group membership on perceptions of creativity 

    Adarves-Yorno, Inmaculada; Haslam, S. Alexander; Postmes, Tom (Psychology Press, 2008-12)
    A wealth of historical, cultural, and biographical evidence points to the fact that there is considerable variation in different people's judgments of creative products. What is creative to one person is deviant to another, ...
  • 'And the pain just disappeared into insignificance': The healing response in Lourdes - performance, psychology and caring. 

    Goldingay, Sarah; Dieppe, P; Farias, M (Taylor & Francis, 2014-06-22)
    Three academic/practitioners from different disciplines (performance, medicine and psychology) describe the ways in which observing, and importantly, participating in the healing rituals of the French pilgrimage site of ...
  • "And Those Who Live, How Shall I Tell Their Fame?" Historical Pageants, Collective Remembrance and the First World War 1919-1939 

    Tupman, CML; Freeman, M; Bartie, A; Fleming, L; Hulme, T; Readman, P (Wiley, 2018)
  • Andalusi Christianity: the survival of indigenous Christian communities 

    Harrison, Alwyn Richard (University of ExeterHistory, 2009-12-14)
    This thesis comprises an attempt to re-evaluate the experience and the survival of the indigenous Christian population of al-Andalus. It is a response to two problematic aspects of the historiography, whose authority has ...
  • Andean microrefugia: testing the Holocene to predict the Anthropocene 

    Valencia, BG; Matthews-Bird, F; Urrego, DH; Williams, JJ; Gosling, WD; Bush, M (Wiley for New Phytologist Trust, 2016-07-04)
    Summary Microrefugia are important for supporting populations during periods of unfavourable climate change and in facilitating rapid migration as conditions ameliorate. With ongoing anthropogenic climate change, ...
  • Andrew Carnegie and the foundations of contemporary entrepreneurial philanthropy 

    Harvey, Charles; Maclean, Mairi; Gordon, Jillian; Shaw, Eleanor (Routledge/Taylor and Francis, 2011)
    This paper focuses upon the relationship between the business and philanthropic endeavours of world-making entrepreneurs; asking why, how and to what ends these individuals seek to extend their reach in society beyond ...
  • The androgen receptor controls expression of the cancer-associated sTn antigen and cell adhesion through induction of ST6GalNAc1 in prostate cancer. 

    Munkley, J; Oltean, S; Vodák, D; Wilson, BT; Livermore, KE; Zhou, Y; Star, E; Floros, VI; Johannessen, B; Knight, B; McCullagh, P; McGrath, J; Crundwell, M; Skotheim, RI; Robson, CN; Leung, HY; Harries, LW; Rajan, P; Mills, IG; Elliott, DJ (Impact Journals, 2015-10-07)
    Patterns of glycosylation are important in cancer, but the molecular mechanisms that drive changes are often poorly understood. The androgen receptor drives prostate cancer (PCa) development and progression to lethal ...