5 Works

English WordNet Random Walk Pseudo-Corpora

Filip Klubicka, Alfredo Maldonado, Abhijit Mahalunkar & John D. Kelleher

Influence of polydimethylsiloxane substrate stiffness on corneal epithelial cells

Mark Ahearne & Sophia Masterton
Many cell types are known to modulate their behavior in response to changes in material stiffness, however little is known about how stiffness effects corneal epithelial cells. This study aims to investigate the response of a corneal epithelial cell line to polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) substrates with a range of Young’s moduli from 10 kPa to 1500 kPa. Cellular morphology, proliferation, differentiation and mechanobiology were examined. Cells grown on PDMS adopted the typical cobblestone morphology exhibited by...

The phenomenon of voice-hearing: an interdisciplinary approach. An interview with Simon McCarthy-Jones.

Simon McCarthy-Jones & Mathieu Frerejouan
The study of voice hearing has been traditionally kept within the limits of psychiatry field which, by reducing it to the pathological phenomenon of “auditory verbal hallucinations”, mainly focused on its neurobiological origins. However new approaches of voice hearing, coming from the field of psychology as well as of politics, have emerged recently. Simon McCarthy-Jones contributes to this effort of renewing and enlarging our understanding of voice hearing, by apprehending this phenomenon through its diversity,...

Homeless persons use of unscheduled care in St James's Hospital August 2015-July 2017

Clíona Ní Cheallaigh
The data contains all ED presentations and unscheduled admissions to St James's Hospital, Dublin, from August 2015 to July 2017. Data has been anonymised. Individuals are coded as homeless (1) or non-homeless (2) based on the address recorded on their patient record.

Data from: Dispersal patterns in a medium-density Irish badger population: implications for understanding the dynamics of tuberculosis transmission.

Aoibheann Gaughran, Teresa MacWhite, Enda Mullen, Peter Maher, David Kelly, Nicola Marples & Margaret Good
European badgers (Meles meles) are group-living mustelids implicated in the spread of bovine tuberculosis (TB) to cattle and act as a wildlife reservoir for the disease. In badgers, only a minority of individuals disperse from their natal social group. However, dispersal may be extremely important for the spread of TB, as dispersers could act as hubs for disease transmission. We monitored a population of 139 wild badgers over seven years in a medium-density population (1.8...

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  • Trinity College Dublin
  • Pantheon-Sorbonne University
  • Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine
  • National Parks and Wildlife Service
  • Technological University Dublin