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UCL University College London Eprints (400.673 recursos)

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  1. A novel strategy to reduce the immunogenicity of biological therapies

    Somerfield, J; Hill-Cawthorne, GA; Lin, A; Zandi, MS; McCarthy, C; Jones, JL; Willcox, M; Shaw, D; Thompson, SA; Compston, AS; Hale, G; Waldmann, H; Coles, AJ

  2. Disease-relevant autoantibodies in first episode schizophrenia

    Zandi, MS; Irani, SR; Lang, B; Waters, P; Jones, PB; McKenna, P; Coles, AJ; Vincent, A; Lennox, BR

  3. Antibodies to the N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor and other synaptic proteins in psychosis

    Deakin, J; Lennox, BR; Zandi, MS

  4. Defining and treating leucine-rich glioma inactivated 1 antibody associated autoimmunity

    Zandi, MS

  5. Long-term remission with rituximab in refractory leucine-rich glioma inactivated 1 antibody encephalitis

    Brown, JW; Martin, PJ; Thorpe, JW; Michell, AW; Coles, AJ; Cox, AL; Vincent, A; Zandi, MS

  6. Recent advances in the neuroimmunology of cell-surface CNS autoantibody syndromes, Alzheimer's disease, traumatic brain injury and schizophrenia

    Needham, E; Zandi, MS

  7. Immunotherapy for patients with acute psychosis and serum N-Methyl D-Aspartate receptor (NMDAR) antibodies: a description of a treated case series

    Zandi, MS; Deakin, JB; Morris, K; Buckley, C; Jacobson, L; Scoriels, L; Cox, AL; Coles, AJ; Jones, PB; Vincent, A; Lennox, BR

  8. N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Autoantibodies in Psychiatric Illness

    Zandi, MS; Lennox, B; Vincent, A

  9. The Importance of Keeping in Mind the Diagnosis of N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor Encephalitis

    Zandi, MS; Lennox, BR; Vincent, A

  10. RITUXIMAB IN NEUROPSYCHIATRIC SYSTEMIC LUPUS ERYTHEMATOSUS: A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY OF THE CAMBRIDGE EXPERIENCE

    Zandi, M; Catapano, F; Burns, S; Hall, FC; Smith, KGC; Jayne, DRW; Coles, AJ

  11. Divergent prebiotic synthesis of pyrimidine and 8-oxo-nucleotides

    Powner, MW; Stairs, S; Nikmal, A; Bucar, DK; Szostak, JW; Zheng, SL

  12. Introduction to Section One

    Green, AD

  13. From Obscurity to Crisis: The Further Education Sector in Context

    Green, AD; Lucas, N

  14. Predator reduction with habitat management can improve songbird nest success

    White, PJC; Stoate, C; Szczur, J; Norris, K
    Predation pressure on many threatened species, including European farmland songbirds, may have increased over recent decades. Predator reduction to protect declining bird populations is a controversial but potentially important tool for managers. Its effects require measurement before its consideration in conservation. Game management typically combines sympathetic habitat management measures with reduction of nest predators. It has been proffered as additionally benefiting farmland songbirds, but little is known about the effects on their demography. We analyzed 11 years of nest data from 6 songbird species on 3 lowland farms. The different game management regimes on the farms enabled us to test...

  15. Biodiversity, cultural pathways, and human health: a framework.

    Clark, NE; Lovell, R; Wheeler, BW; Higgins, SL; Depledge, MH; Norris, K
    Direct contact with biodiversity is culturally important in a range of contexts. Many people even join conservation organisations to protect biodiversity that they will never encounter first-hand. Despite this, we have little idea how biodiversity affects people's well-being and health through these cultural pathways. Human health is sensitive to apparently trivial psychological stimuli, negatively affected by the risk of environmental degradation, and positively affected by contact with natural spaces. This suggests that well-being and health should be affected by biodiversity change, but few studies have begun to explore these relationships. Here, we develop a framework for linking biodiversity change with...

  16. Anthropogenic natal environmental effects on life histories in a wild bird population.

    Cartwright, SJ; Nicoll, MA; Jones, CG; Tatayah, V; Norris, K
    Recent work suggests that the environment experienced in early life can alter life histories in wild populations, but our understanding of the processes involved remains limited. Since anthropogenic environmental change is currently having a major impact on wild populations, this raises the possibility that life histories may be influenced by human activities that alter environmental conditions in early life. Whether this is the case and the processes involved remain unexplored in wild populations. Using 23 years of longitudinal data on the Mauritius kestrel (Falco punctatus), a tropical forest specialist, we found that females born in territories affected by anthropogenic habitat...

  17. A niche-based framework to assess current monitoring of European forest birds and guide indicator species' selection.

    Wade, AS; Barov, B; Burfield, IJ; Gregory, RD; Norris, K; Vorisek, P; Wu, T; Butler, SJ
    Concern that European forest biodiversity is depleted and declining has provoked widespread efforts to improve management practices. To gauge the success of these actions, appropriate monitoring of forest ecosystems is paramount. Multi-species indicators are frequently used to assess the state of biodiversity and its response to implemented management, but generally applicable and objective methodologies for species' selection are lacking. Here we use a niche-based approach, underpinned by coarse quantification of species' resource use, to objectively select species for inclusion in a pan-European forest bird indicator. We identify both the minimum number of species required to deliver full resource coverage and...

  18. Agriculture modifies the seasonal decline of breeding success in a tropical wild bird population

    Cartwright, SJ; Nicoll, MAC; Jones, CG; Tatayah, V; Norris, K

  19. Photocatalytic Hydrogen Production from Water Over Ag-Pd-Au Deposited on Titanium Dioxide Materials

    Idriss, H

  20. Benzene Production From Ethanol Over Gold/Titanium Dioxide Catalysts

    Idriss, H

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