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UCL University College London Eprints (339,766 recursos)
UCL Eprints collects the work of UCL researchers and makes it freely available over the web, helping the worldwide scholarly community to discover UCL research. Institutional repositories like UCL Eprints complement the traditional academic publishing and scholarly communications processes. They raise the visibility of research and help to maximise its impact. UCL researchers are encouraged to deposit a copy of each journal article, conference paper, working paper, and any other research output, in the UCL Eprints at the earliest opportunity, ensuring that their research reaches as wide an audience as possible.

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1. Corrigendum: Primary Immunodeficiency Diseases: An Update on the Classification from the International Union of Immunological Societies Expert Committee for Primary Immunodeficiency. - Al-Herz, W; Bousfiha, A; Casanova, JL; Chatila, T; Conley, ME; Cunningham-Rundles, C; Etzioni, A; Franco, JL; Gaspar, HB; Holland, SM; Klein, C; Nonoyama, S; Ochs, HD; Oksenhendler, E; Picard, C; Puck, JM; Sullivan, K; Tang, ML
[This corrects the article on p. 162 in vol. 5, PMID: 24795713.].

2. A modified γ-retrovirus vector for X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency. - Hacein-Bey-Abina, S; Pai, SY; Gaspar, HB; Armant, M; Berry, CC; Blanche, S; Bleesing, J; Blondeau, J; de Boer, H; Buckland, KF; Caccavelli, L; Cros, G; De Oliveira, S; Fernández, KS; Guo, D; Harris, CE; Hopkins, G; Lehmann, LE; Lim, A; London, WB; van der Loo, JC; Malani, N; Male, F; Malik, P; Marinovic, MA; McNicol, AM; Moshous, D; Neven, B; Oleastro, M; Picard, C; Ritz, J; Rivat, C; Schambach, A; Shaw, KL; Sherman, EA; Silberstein, LE; Six, E; Touzot, F; Tsytsykova, A; Xu-Bayford, J; Baum, C; Bushman, FD; Fischer, A; Kohn, DB; Filipovich, AH; Notarangelo, LD; Cavazzana, M; Williams, DA; Thrasher, AJ
In previous clinical trials involving children with X-linked severe combined immunodeficiency (SCID-X1), a Moloney murine leukemia virus-based γ-retrovirus vector expressing interleukin-2 receptor γ-chain (γc) complementary DNA successfully restored immunity in most patients but resulted in vector-induced leukemia through enhancer-mediated mutagenesis in 25% of patients. We assessed the efficacy and safety of a self-inactivating retrovirus for the treatment of SCID-X1.

3. Understanding the health impact of future energy efficiency and low-emissions in London - Hamilton, IG; Milner, J; Das, P; Chalabi, Z; Shrubsole, C; Wilkinson, P; Davies, M

4. Public Sculpture - Ruggaber, K
4 page publication on the subject of architecture and water

5. Reversible acute anuric kidney injury after surgical evacuation of perinephric hematomas as a complication of renal transplant biopsies. - Adjei-Gyamfi, Y; Koffman, G; Amies, T; Easty, M; Marks, SD; McHugh, K
Percutaneous renal transplant biopsy is the gold standard investigation to diagnose the cause of renal allograft dysfunction. There are inherent risks to this investigation, despite the procedure becoming safer due to the increased utilization of ultrasound-guided techniques. These biopsy risks can be increased when there is acute rejection present with a swollen transplanted kidney. Subcapsular hematomas are not uncommon after percutaneous renal transplant biopsies, but we describe two cases of post-biopsy subcapsular hematoma which were associated with acute renal allograft dysfunction in pediatric renal transplant recipients who did not have acute rejection.

6. Nanoprobe crystallographic orientation studies of isolated shield elements of the coccolithophore species Emiliania huxleyi - Hoffmann, R; Wochnik, AS; Heinzl, C; Betzler, SB; Matich, S; Griesshaber, E; Schulz, H; Kucera, M; Young, JR; Scheu, C; Schmahl, WW

7. Engineering characterisation of a shaken, single-use photobioreactor for early stage microalgae cultivation using Chlorella sorokiniana. - Ojo, EO; Auta, H; Baganz, F; Lye, GJ
This work describes the characterisation and culture performance of a novel, orbitally shaken, single-use photobioreactor (SUPBr) system for microalgae cultivation. The SUPBr mounted on an orbitally shaken platform was illuminated from below. Investigation of fluid hydrodynamics indicated a range of different flow regimes and the existence of 'in-phase' and 'out-of-phase' conditions. Quantification of the fluid mixing time (tm) indicated a decrease in tm values with increasing shaking frequency up to 90rpm and then approximately constant tm values in the range 15-40s. For batch cultivation of Chlorella sorokiniana, the highest biomass concentration achieved was 6.6gL(-1) at light intensity of 180μmolm(2)s(-1). Doubling...

8. Faces in the eye of the beholder: unique and stable eye scanning patterns of individual observers. - Mehoudar, E; Arizpe, J; Baker, CI; Yovel, G
Eye scanning patterns while viewing pictures have provided valuable information in many domains of visual cognition. Such patterns are determined by the type of image viewed (e.g., faces, scenes) as well as the task individuals are asked to perform (e.g., visual search, memory). Here we show that another key factor that significantly influences eye scanning patterns but has been mostly overlooked is the individual observer. During face viewing, we found that individuals showed diverse scanning patterns that, in many cases, were inconsistent with the typical triangular shape pattern that is commonly observed when eye scanning patterns are averaged across individuals....

9. Multichannel 200GHz 40Gb/s Wireless Communication System using Photonic Signal Generation - Sham, H; Fice, MJ; Balakier, K; Renaud, CC; Seeds, AJ; Van Dijk, F

10. Photonically enabled THz communication links (invited) - Renaud, CC

11. THz photonics, beyond 10G wireless (invited) - Renaud, CC

12. The future of Photonics (Keynote) - Renaud, C

13. Brain circuitry outside the synaptic cleft. - Rusakov, DA; Dityatev, AE
A growing body of experimental evidence suggests that astroglia, and possibly microglia, play an important part in regulating synaptic networking of the brain. It has also emerged that extracellular matrix (ECM) structures that enwrap synaptic connections can generate molecular signals affecting both neuronal and glial activity. Thus it appears that the mechanism of information processing in the brain, which has hitherto been associated almost exclusively with neural circuits, could also involve informative signal exchange outside the synaptic cleft. In this Theme Issue, research teams including leading experts on astroglia-neuron communication and on ECM signalling report their recent findings, share their...

14. ERROR ESTIMATES FOR A SEMIDISCRETE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD FOR FRACTIONAL ORDER PARABOLIC EQUATIONS - Jin, B; Lazarov, R; Zhou, Z

15. Galerkin FEM for fractional order parabolic equations with initial data in H, 0 ≤ s ≤ 1 - Jin, B; Lazarov, R; Pasciak, J; Zhou, Z
We investigate semi-discrete numerical schemes based on the standard Galerkin and lumped mass Galerkin finite element methods for an initial-boundary value problem for homogeneous fractional diffusion problems with non-smooth initial data. We assume that Ω ⊂ ℝ , d = 1,2,3 is a convex polygonal (polyhedral) domain. We theoretically justify optimal order error estimates in L- and H-norms for initial data in H (Ω), 0 ≤ s ≤ 1. We confirm our theoretical findings with a number of numerical tests that include initial data v being a Dirac δ-function supported on a (d-1)-dimensional manifold. © 2013 Springer-Verlag.

16. An inverse problem for a one-dimensional time-fractional diffusion problem - Jin, B; Rundell, W

17. A variational Bayesian method to inverse problems with impulsive noise - Jin, B

18. NUMERICAL IDENTIFICATION OF A ROBIN COEFFICIENT IN PARABOLIC PROBLEMS - Jin, B; Lu, X

19. A Semismooth Newton Method for Nonlinear Parameter Identification Problems with Impulsive Noise - Clason, C; Jin, B

20. A new approach to nonlinear constrained Tikhonov regularization - Ito, K; Jin, B

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