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UCL University College London Eprints (399.231 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. Childhood interleukin-6, C-reactive protein and atopic disorders as risk factors for hypomanic symptoms in young adulthood: a longitudinal birth cohort study.

    Hayes, JF; Khandaker, GM; Anderson, J; Mackay, D; Zammit, S; Lewis, G; Smith, DJ; Osborn, DP

  2. The qualification campaign of the EUI instrument of Solar Orbiter

    Halain, J-P; Rochus, P; Renotte, E; Hermans, A; Jacques, L; Mazzoli, A; Auchere, F; Berghmans, D; Harra, L; Schuehle, U; Schmutz, W; Cuadrado, RA; Dumesnil, C; Gyo, M; Kennedy, T; Verbeeck, C; Smith, P

  3. Thursday (dies Iovis) in the Later Roman Empire

    Bultrighini, I

  4. A rare cause for visual symptoms in multiple sclerosis: posterior internuclear ophthalmoplegia of Lutz, a historical misnomer.

    Nij Bijvank, JA; Balk, LJ; Tan, HS; Uitdehaag, BM; van Rijn, LJ; Petzold, A

  5. “Because youre worth it”: A discourse analysis of the gendered rhetoric of the ADHD woman

    Winter, H; Moncrieff, J; Speed, E
    © Taylor & Francis Group, LLC.Drawing on the traditions of discursive psychology and critical discourse analysis this study examined the presentation of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in women in a sample of the most commonly identified online YouTube videos on this topic. The video material selected represented a combination of first-person testimonies from the “sufferer” and the sharing of “expertise” by “professionals.” Analysis involved the identification of common rhetorical devices and evaluation of the role of these devices in conveying various key meanings or themes. The categories generated by this method told a story of the construction of an...

  6. Teaching ethics in science

    Reiss, MJ

  7. From craftsmanship to 3D printing: Is vocational education and training (VET) research keeping pace with change as well as continuity in work?

    Unwin, LW
    This book brings together a broad range of approaches and methodologies relevant to international comparative vocational education and training (VET).

  8. Neutral red cytotoxicity assays for assessing in vivo carbon nanotube ecotoxicity in mussels — Comparing microscope and microplate methods

    Miller, MA; Bankier, C; Al-Shaeri, MAM; Hartl, MGJ

  9. Solving the Urban Positioning Problem using 3D-Mapping-Aided GNSS

    Groves, PD

  10. Assured PNT Through Multiple Diverse Technologies

    Groves, PD

  11. Selective oxidative degradation of azo dyes by hydrogen peroxide catalysed by manganese(II) ions

    Bennett, J; Miah, YA; Varsani, DS; Salvadori, E; Sheriff, TS

  12. Evidence for water-mediated triplet-triplet energy transfer in the photoprotective site of the peridinin-chlorophyll a-protein

    Di Valentin, M; Tait, CE; Salvadori, E; Orian, L; Polimeno, A; Carbonera, D

  13. Unravelling electronic and structural requisites of triplet-triplet energy transfer by advanced electron paramagnetic resonance and density functional theory

    Di Valentin, M; Salvadori, E; Barone, V; Carbonera, D

  14. The [4Fe-4S]-cluster coordination of [FeFe]-hydrogenase maturation protein HydF as revealed by EPR and HYSCORE spectroscopies

    Berto, P; Di Valentin, M; Cendron, L; Vallese, F; Albertini, M; Salvadori, E; Giacometti, GM; Carbonera, D; Costantini, P

  15. Conservation of spin polarization during triplet-triplet energy transfer in reconstituted peridinin-chlorophyll-protein complexes

    Di Valentin, M; Tait, C; Salvadori, E; Ceola, S; Scheer, H; Hiller, RG; Carbonera, D

  16. Triplet-triplet energy transfer in the major intrinsic light-harvesting complex of Amphidinium carterae as revealed by ODMR and EPR spectroscopies

    Di Valentin, M; Salvadori, E; Agostini, G; Biasibetti, F; Ceola, S; Hiller, R; Giacometti, GM; Carbonera, D

  17. Pulsed EPR and ENDOR on the peridinin triplet state involved in the photoprotective mechanism in peridinin-chlorophyll a-proteins

    Di Valentin, M; Salvadori, E; Ceola, S; Carbonera, D

  18. Water oxidation at a tetraruthenate core stabilized by polyoxometalate ligands: Experimental and computational evidence to trace the competent intermediates

    Sartorel, A; Miró, P; Salvadori, E; Romain, S; Carraro, M; Scorrano, G; Di Valentin, M; Llobet, A; Bo, C; Bonchio, M

  19. Triplet-triplet energy transfer in Peridinin-Chlorophyll a-protein reconstituted with Chl a and Chl d as revealed by optically detected magnetic resonance and pulse EPR: Comparison with the native PCP complex from Amphidinium carterae

    Di Valentin, M; Agostini, G; Salvadori, E; Ceola, S; Giacometti, GM; Hiller, RG; Carbonera, D

  20. Spectroscopic properties of the peridinins involved in chlorophyll triplet quenching in high-salt peridinin-chlorophyll a-protein from Amphidinium carterae as revealed by optically detected magnetic resonance, pulse EPR and pulse ENDOR spectroscopies

    Di Valentin, M; Ceola, S; Salvadori, E; Agostini, G; Giacometti, GM; Carbonera, D

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