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  1. Bioinformatics approaches to identify pain mediators, novel LncRNAs and distinct modalities of neuropathic pain

    Baskozos, G
    This thesis presents a number of studies in the general subject of bioinformatics and functional genomics. The studies were made in collaboration with experimental scientists of the London Pain Consortium (LPC), an initiative that has promoted collaborations between experimental and computational scientists to further understanding of pain. The studies are mainly concerned with the molecular biology of pain and deal with data gathered from high throughput technologies aiming to assess the transcriptional changes involved in well induced pain states, both from animal models of pain and human patients. We have analysed next generation sequencing data (NGS data) in order to...

  2. The role of AioX in regulating arsenite oxidation in Rhizobium sp. str NT-26

    Badilla Pino, CP
    Abstract Studies in Rhizobium sp. str. NT-26 have shown that arsenite oxidation is regulated by a two-component signal transduction system comprised of a histidine kinase (AioS) and a response regulator (AioR). A third protein, AioX, is now thought to be involved in the signaling pathway. AioX is a periplasmic binding protein (PBP) whose gene is located upstream and in the same operon as aioS and aioR. The hypothesis is that AioX binds arsenite and activates transcription of the arsenite oxidase (aioB and aioA) operon. The recombinant AioX protein was expressed in Escherichia coli, purified and crystallised. The crystal structure of...

  3. Energy: Scanning the energy horizon

    Grubb, M

  4. OPA1 as a target for cardioprotection

    Burke, N
    Background: OPA1 is an inner mitochondrial membrane protein that regulates fusion via its 8 isoforms, which are the product of selective cleaving. Upon cellular stress, OMA1 (a zinc metallopeptidase) cleaves the longer isoforms, disrupting OPA1 function and increasing susceptibility to cell death. 1, 10-phenanthroline (a metallopeptidase inhibitor) has been reported to inhibit OMA1 and preserve OPA1 in in vitro studies. Here, it is investigated if this compound can preserve OPA1 in the murine heart, and confer protection against ischemia reperfusion injury (IRI). Naturally occurring OPA1 mutations lead to a condition known as Dominant Optic Atrophy (DOA), which affects retinal ganglion...

  5. Effect of DNA Damage and Repair Mechanisms in Human Haematopoiesis and their role in Chemoresistance of Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

    Bradburn, AK
    Most standard AML chemotherapy regimes utilize Ara-C, a cytotoxic compound inflicting DNA damage in proliferating cells and inducing cell death. Comparing normal and malignant haematopoietic cells in their response to Ara-C will determine whether differing responses to DNA damage and activation of DNA repair mechanisms contribute to chemoresistance. Moreover, DNA repair in primitive human haematopoiesis and LIC’s is still not well established. Using AML cell lines, cord blood and CD34+ AML patient samples, a characterization of the DNA damage response post Ara-C treatment was performed. AML cell lines were shown to have a range of sensitivities with significant increases in...

  6. Functional and structural organisation of the visual system in human albinism

    Alvarez Ferreira, IA
    Albinism is a developmental disorder which involves the misrouting of optic nerve projections, leading to an abnormally organised visual system. Despite the aberrant input, people with albinism have relatively normal vision and experience the world in much the same way as their peers. This thesis explores the functional and structural organisation of visual cortex in human albinism using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques. This thesis covers four main experiments. Experiment 1 deals with stimulus optimisation for population receptive field (pRF) mapping in healthy adults. pRF mapping is a functional MRI technique for estimating cortical receptive field characteristics non-invasively. In this...

  7. Subtitling the films of Volker Schlöndorff in English

    Bywood, LA
    Volker Schlöndorff is one of Germany’s foremost directors, and a prominent member of the group who formed the New German Cinema in the 1960s, a movement which rejected the ‘old film-making’ in Germany and embraced a new way of working whose main thrust was artistic, rather than commercial. This thesis seeks to use the Descriptive Translation Studies framework to examine the English subtitles for two of Schlöndorff’s best known films: Die verlorene Ehre der Katharina Blum [The Lost Honour of Katharina Blum], directed in 1975, and Die Blechtrommel [The Tin Drum], from 1979. Using the concept of translational norms as...

  8. Paediatric Track and Trigger Systems: Validity, Reliability and Utility

    Chapman, SM
    Paediatric Track and Trigger Systems (PTTS) should alert staff to deteriorating children and accelerate access to resuscitation. The thesis presents a series of linked studies exploring selected aspects of PTTS use. Study 1: Systematic review Fifty-five papers describing 33 PTTS were identified. Implemented without a rapid response team (RRT), PTTS did not demonstrate statistically significant relative reduction in cardiac or respiratory arrest, or mortality. Implemented as part of a RRT PTTS demonstrated a statistically significant reduction in the relative and absolute risk of death in hospital, death on the ward and death following PICU transfer. Study 2: Validity This case-controlled...

  9. Why School Choice Reforms in Denmark Fail: The Blocking Power of the Teacher Unions

    Wiborg, S; Larsen, KR
    This article investigates why school choice is exercised to a limited degree by parents despite major government initiatives to enhance diversity, competition and choice in the Danish education system. Denmark has had 20 years of centre-right governments, promoting choice reforms perhaps even more vigorously than the other Nordic countries, yet school choice is seldom used – only 12% of parents choose a public school that differs from the one that is allocated to them. The literature on school choice in Denmark argues that this is primarily due to a general lack of parental interest because of the relatively high similarity...

  10. Distribution and gene-flow in a hybridising population of Pterodroma petrels

    Booth Jones, KA
    Albatrosses and petrels (Order Procellariiformes) are renowned for the huge distances they can cover at sea, and since the advent of tracking technology their pelagic lifestyles are generally well studied. However, tropical species are under-represented in the literature, and may be particularly flexible in their behaviour since tropical oceans are oligotrophic and prey availability is often patchily distributed. Round Island petrels breed in such an environment off the coast of Mauritius in the south-western Indian Ocean. Whilst originally identified as Trindade petrels (Pteromdroma arminjoniana), it has recently been revealed that this population is in fact a mixed, hybridizing population with...

  11. Healthier central England or North-South divide? Analysis of national survey data on smoking and high-risk drinking

    Beard, EV; Brown, J; WEST, R; Angus, C; Kaner, E; Michie, S
    Objectives: This paper compares patterns of smoking and high-risk alcohol use across regions in England, and assesses the impact on these of adjusting for sociodemographic characteristics. Design: Population survey of 53 922 adults in England aged 16+ taking part in the Alcohol and Smoking Toolkit Studies. Measures: Participants answered questions regarding their socioeconomic status (SES), gender, age, ethnicity, Government Office Region, smoking status and completed the Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test (AUDIT). High-risk drinkers were defined as those with a score of 8 or more (7 or more for women) on the AUDIT. Results: In unadjusted analyses, relative to the South West, those in...

  12. The Physics of the B Factories

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