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  • A study of the optical and polarisation properties of InGaN/GaN multiple quantum wells grown on $\textit{a}$-plane and $\textit{m}$-plane GaN substrates 

    Kundys, D; Sutherland, D; Davies, MJ; Oehler, F; Griffiths, J; Dawson, P; Kappers, MJ et al. (Institute of Physics, 2016-11)
    We report on a comparative study of the low temperature emission and polarisation properties of InGaN/GaN quantum wells grown on nonpolar (1120) $\textit{a}$-plane and (1010) m-plane free-standing bulk GaN substrates where ...
  • Myc Expression Drives Aberrant Lipid Metabolism in Lung Cancer 

    Hall, Z; Ament, Z; Wilson, CH; Burkhart, DL; Ashmore, T; Koulman, A; Littlewood, T et al. (American Association for Cancer Research, 2016-08-15)
    MYC-mediated pathogenesis in lung cancer continues to attract interest for new therapeutic strategies. In this study, we describe a transgenic mouse model of KRAS-driven lung adenocarcinoma that affords reversible activation ...
  • Efficient Transfection of siRNA by Peptide Dendrimer-Lipid Conjugates 

    Kwok, A; Eggimann, GA; Heitz, M; Reymond, J-L; Hollfelder, F; Darbre, T (Wiley, 2016-12-02)
    Efficient delivery of small interfering RNA (siRNA) into cells is the basis of target-gene-specific silencing and, ultimately, gene therapy. However, current transfection reagents are relatively inefficient, and very few ...
  • Stormy Geomorphology: an introduction to the Special Issue 

    Spencer, T; Naylor, LA; Lane, SN; Darby, SE; Macklin, MG; Magilligan, FJ; Möller, I (Wiley, 2016)
    The degree to which the climate change signal can be seen in the increasing frequency and/or magnitude of extreme events forms a key part of the global environmental change agenda. Geomorphology engages with this debate ...

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