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Culture wars around the world: how countries perceive divisions

Bobby Duffy, Kirstie Hewlett, George Murkin, Rebecca Benson, Rachel Hesketh, Ben Page, Gideon Skinner & Glenn Gottfried

Unequal Britain: attitudes to inequalities after Covid-19

Bobby Duffy, Rachel Elizabeth Hesketh, Hewlett Kirstie, Rebecca Benson, Alan John Wager & Jack Summers

Strong Learning of Probabilistic Tree Adjoining Grammars

Alexander Clark

A global consensus for achieving a dental cavity free future: recommendations for new caries-related policies

Nigel Berry Pitts & Catherine Mayne

Trusted autonomous systems in healthcare: A policy landscape review

Rachel Elizabeth Hesketh

Implications of the post-Brexit immigration system for temporary migration routes

Rachel Elizabeth Hesketh, Jack Summers & Mark Kleinman

The Introduction and Development of the Nursing Associate Role: Policymaker and Practitioner Perspectives

Ian Kessler, Jess Harris, Jill Manthorpe, Jo Moriarty & Nicole Steils

Plumbing poverty in U.S. cities: A report on gaps and trends in household water access, 2000 to 2017

Katie Meehan, Jason R. Jurjevich, Alison Griswold, Nicholas M.J.W. Chun & Justin Sherrill

One-year sustained efficacy of erenumab in episodic migraine: Results of the STRIVE study - supplementary data

Peter Goadsby
Objective: To assess efficacy and tolerability of 1-year erenumab treatment in patients with episodic migraine. Methods: Patients were randomized (n=955; 1:1:1) during the 24-week double-blind treatment phase (DBTP) to monthly subcutaneous placebo, erenumab 70 or 140mg. At Week 24, 845 patients were re-randomized (1:1) to erenumab 70 or 140mg during the 28-week dose-blinded active-treatment phase (ATP). Monthly migraine days (MMD), achieving ≥50%, ≥75% and 100% reduction in MMD, and safety/tolerability were assessed. Results: Mean MMD...

In-depth comparative toxicogenomics of glyphosate and Roundup herbicides: Histopathology, transcriptome and epigenome signatures, and DNA damage

Robin Mesnage, Mariam Ibragim, Daniele Mandrioli, Laura Falcioni, Eva Tibaldi, Inger Brandsma, Fiorella Belpoggi, Emma Bourne, Emanuel Savage, Charles A Mein & Michael Antoniou
Whether or not glyphosate activates cellular mechanisms involved in carcinogenesis remains controversial. We tested whether glyphosate and three glyphosate-based commercial herbicide formulations activate mechanisms known to be key characteristics of carcinogens. The mammalian stem cell-based genotoxicity ToxTracker assay showed that the representative EU formulation Roundup MON 52276 and the UK formulation Roundup MON 76473, but not glyphosate and the US Roundup formulation MON 76207, activated oxidative stress and unfolded protein responses. High-throughput molecular profiling of...

The Future of Film Report 2021

Alex Stolz, Sarah Atkinson & Helen Kennedy

Inequalities around the globe: what the world sees as most serious

Bobby Duffy, George Murkin, Kirstie Hewlett, Rebecca Benson & Rachel Elizabeth Hesketh

The “fault lines” in the UK’s culture wars

Bobby Duffy, Kirstie Hewlett, George Murkin, Rebecca Benson, Rachel Hesketh, Ben Page, Gideon Skinner & Glenn Gottfried

Dundee Cultural Recovery: a policy report

Lauren England

The Development of the Nursing Associate Role: The Postholder Perspective

Ian Kessler, Nicole Steils, Jess Harris, Jill Manthorpe & Jo Moriarty

Relationships between plant-soil feedbacks and functional traits

Nianxun Xi, Peter Adler, Dongxia Chen, Hangyu Wu, Jane Catford, Peter Van Bodegom, Michael Bahn, Kerri Crawford & Chengjin Chu
Plant-soil feedbacks (PSF) and functional traits are two active but not well theoretically integrated areas of research. However, PSF and traits are both affected by life history evolution, so the two should theoretically be related. We provide a conceptual framework to link plant functional traits to two types of PSF metrics, and hypothesize that individual PSF (plant performance in conspecific versus heterospecific soil) should be related to the fast-slow trait spectrum, while pairwise PSF (the...

Fragmentation in trader preferences among multiple markets: Market coexistence versus single market dominance

Aleksandra Alorić, Robin Nicole & Peter Sollich
Technological advancement has lead to an increase in number and type of trading venues and diversification of goods traded. These changes have re-emphasized the importance of understanding the effects of market competition: does proliferation of trading venues and increased competition lead to dominance of a single market or coexistence of multiple markets? In this paper, we address these questions in a stylized model of Zero Intelligence traders who make repeated decisions at which of three...

Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos and Carcharhinus albimarginatus underwater acoustic telemetry data - Chagos Archipelago 2014-2018

Michael Williamson
A wide array of technologies are available for gaining insight into the movement of wild aquatic animals. Although acoustic telemetry may lack the fine-scale resolution of some satellite tracking technologies, the substantially longer battery life can yield important long-term data on behaviour and movement for low per-unit cost. Typically, however, receiver arrays are designed to maximise spatial coverage at the cost of positional accuracy leading to potentially longer detection gaps as individuals move out of...

Clinical features in X-linked myotubular myopathy carriers

Stacha Reumers, Frederik Braun, Jennifer Spillane, Johann Böhm, Maartje Pennings, Meyke Schouten, Anneke Van Der Kooi, Reghan Foley, Carsten Bönnemann, Erik-Jan Kamsteeg, Corrie Erasmus, Ulrike Schara-Schmidt, Heinz Jungbluth & Nicol Voermans
Objective: To characterize the spectrum of clinical features in a cohort of X-linked myotubular myopathy (XL-MTM) carriers, including prevalence, genetic features, clinical symptoms and signs, as well as associated disease burden. Methods: We performed a cross-sectional online questionnaire study among XL-MTM carriers. Participants were recruited from patient associations, medical centers and registries in the United Kingdom, Germany and the Netherlands. We used a custom-made questionnaire, the Checklist Individual Strength (CIS), the Frenchay Activities Index (FAI),...

Culture wars in the UK: political correctness and free speech

Bobby Duffy, Kirstie Hewlett, George Murkin, Rebecca Benson, Rachel Hesketh, Ben Page, Gideon Skinner & Glenn Gottfried

Consistent unsupervised estimators for anchored PCFGs

Alexander Clark & Nathanaël Fijalkow

Subjective sleep quality and sleep architecture in patients with migraine: a meta-analysis

Emily Stanyer, Hannah Creeney, Jan Hoffmann, Alexander Nesbitt, Philip Holland & Jan Hoffmann
Objectives: Sleep disturbance is often associated with migraine. However, there is a paucity of research investigating objective and subjective measures of sleep in migraine patients. This meta-analysis aims to determine whether there are differences in subjective sleep quality measured using the Pittsburgh Sleep Quality Index (PSQI), and objective sleep physiology measured using polysomnography between adult and pediatric patients, and healthy controls. Methods: This review was pre-registered on PROSPERO (CRD42020209325). A systematic search of five databases...

Imaging mass cytometry data: Head and neck squamous cell carcinoma tissue section

Jessica Timms, James Opzoomer, Kevin Blighe, Thanos Mourikis, Nicolas Chapuis, Richard Bekoe, Sedigeh Kareemaghay, Paola Nocerino, Mahvash Tavassoli, Claire Harrison, Francesca Ciccarelli, Peter Parker, James Arnold, Benedetta Apollonio, Alan Ramsay, Michaela Fontenay, Paul Barber, James Arnold & Shahram Kordasti
High dimensional cytometry is an innovative tool for immune monitoring in health and disease, it has provided novel insight into the underlying biology as well as biomarkers for a variety of diseases. However, the analysis of multiparametric “big data” usually requires specialist computational knowledge. Here we describe ImmunoCluster (https://github.com/kordastilab/ImmunoCluster) an R package for immune profiling cellular heterogeneity in high dimensional liquid and imaging mass cytometry, and flow cytometry data, designed to facilitate computational analysis by...

Culture wars in the UK: how the public understand the debate

Bobby Duffy, Kirstie Hewlett, George Murkin, Rebecca Benson, Rachel Elizabeth Hesketh, Ben Page, Gideon Skinner & Glenn Gottfried

Autonomous vehicles: automotive, maritime and aerial: A policy landscape review

Justyna Lisinska & Mark Kleinman

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