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    • ATP-dependent substrate transport by the ABC transporter MsbA is proton-coupled 

      Singh, Himansha; Velamakanni, Saroj; Deery, Michael J.; Howard, Julie; Wei, Shen L.; van Veen, Hendrik W. (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-08-08)
      ATP-binding cassette transporters mediate the transbilayer movement of a vast number of substrates in or out of cells in organisms ranging from bacteria to humans. Current alternating access models for ABC exporters including ...
    • Atrial anti-arrhythmic effects of heptanol in Langendorff-perfused mouse hearts 

      Tse, Gary (PLOS, 2015)
      Acute effects of heptanol (0.1 to 2 mM) on atrial electrophysiology were explored in Langendorff-perfused mouse hearts. Left atrial bipolar electrogram or monophasic action potential recordings were obtained during right ...
    • Attachment Representations and Autonomic Regulation in Maltreating and Non-Maltreating Mothers 

      Reijman, Sophie; Alink, Lenneke R. A.; Compier-de Block, Laura H. C. G.; Werner, Claudia D.; Maras, Athanasios; Rijnberk, Corine; van IJzendoorn, Marinus H. et al. (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
      This study assessed attachment representation and attachment-related autonomic regulation in a sample of 38 maltreating and 35 non-maltreating mothers. Mothers’ state of mind regarding attachment was measured using the ...
    • Attack, Defense and Contagion in Networks 

      S. Goyal; A. Vigier (Department of Applied Economics, 2013-08-15)
      Connections between individuals facilitate the exchange of goods, resources and information and create benefits. These connections may be exploited by adversaries to spread their attacks as well. What is the optimal way ...
    • Attack, Defense and Contagion in Networks 

      Goyal, S.; Vigier, A. (Department of Applied Economics, 2014-01-18)
      Connections between individuals facilitate the exchange of goods, resources and information and create benefits. These connections may be exploited by adversaries to spread their attacks as well. What is the optimal way ...
    • Attack, Defense and Contagion in Networks 

      Goyal, Sanjeev; Vigier, Adrien (Oxford Journals on behalf of Review of Economic Studies Ltd, 2014-07-30)
      Connections between individuals facilitate the exchange of goods, resources and information and create benefi ts. These connections may be exploited by adversaries to spread their attacks as well. What is the optimal way ...
    • The Attainment of Nirvana by Arya Shariputra and Maha Maudgalyayana 

      Unknown author (Namgyal Institute of Tibetology, Gangtok, Sikkim, 1997)
    • Attempts at explaining the NuTeV observation of dimuon events. 

      Dedes, A.; Dreiner, Herbert K.; Richardson, P. (HEP, Cavendish Laboratory, University of Cambridge, 2001-06)
      The NuTeV Collaboration has observed an excess in their di-muon channel, possibly corresponding to a long-lived neutral particle with only weak interactions and which decays to muon pairs. We show that this can not be ...
    • Attendants' Dining Saloon 

      Johnston and Hoffmann, photographers (Royal Commonwealth Society Library. Cambridge University Library. University of Cambridge., 2004-11-05)
    • The Attendants' Dining Saloon 

      Johnston and Hoffmann, photographers (Royal Commonwealth Society Library. Cambridge University Library. University of Cambridge., 2004-11-05)
    • Attention and awareness in human learning and decision making 

      Aczel, Balazs (2010-01-12)
      This dissertation presents an investigation of the modifying role of attention and awareness in human learning and decision making. A series of experiments showed that performance in a range of tests of unconscious cognition ...
    • Attention and Saliency on the Internet: Evidence from an Online Recommendation System 

      Helmers, C.; Krishnan, P.; Patnam, M. (Department of Applied Economics, 2015-11-10)
      Using high-frequency transaction-level data from an online retail store, we examine whether consumer choices on the internet are consistent with models of limited attention. We test whether consumers are more likely to buy ...
    • Attention and Saliency on the Internet: Evidence from an online recommendation system 

      Helmers, C.; Krishnan, P.; Patnam, M. (Department of Applied Economics, 2015-11-09)
      Using high-frequency transaction-level data from an online retail store, we examine whether consumer choices on the internet are consistent with models of limited attention. We test whether consumers are more likely to buy ...
    • Attention, psychology and pluralism 

      Taylor, JH
      There is an overriding orthodoxy amongst philosophers that attention is a ‘unified phenomenon’, subject to explanation by one monistic theory. In this paper, I examine whether this philosophical orthodoxy is reflected in ...
    • Attenuated pupillary light responses and downregulation of opsin expression parallel decline in circadian disruption in two different mouse models of Huntington's disease. 

      Ouk, Koliane; Hughes, Steven; Pothecary, Carina A; Peirson, Stuart N; Morton, A Jennifer (Oxford University Press, 2016-07-25)
      Circadian deficits in Huntington’s disease (HD) are recapitulated in both fragment (R6/2) and full-length (Q175) mouse models of HD. Circadian rhythms are regulated by the suprachiasmatic nuclei (SCN) in the hypothalamus, ...
    • Attenuation of typical sex differences in 800 adults with autism vs. 3,900 controls 

      Baron-Cohen, Simon; Cassidy, Sarah; Auyeung, Bonnie; Allison, Carrie; Achoukhi, Maryam; Robertson, Sarah; Pohl, Alexa et al. (PLOS, 2014-07-16)
      Sex differences have been reported in autistic traits and systemizing (male advantage), and empathizing (female advantage) among typically developing individuals. In individuals with autism, these cognitive-behavioural ...
    • Attitudes and preferences towards screening for dementia: a systematic review of the literature 

      Martin, Steven; Kelly, Sarah; Khan, Ayesha; Cullum, Sarah; Dening, Tom; Rait, Greta; Fox, Chris et al. (BioMed Central, 2015-06-16)
      Background Population screening might provide a mechanism to enable early detection of dementia. Yet the potential benefits, harms or acceptability of such a large-scale intervention are not well understood. This research ...
    • Attitudes and preferences towards screening for dementia: a systematic review of the literature 

      Martin, Steven; Kelly, Sarah; Khan, Ayesha; Cullum, Sarah; Dening, Tom; Rait, Greta; Fox, Chris et al. (2015-06-16)
      Abstract Background Population screening might provide a mechanism to enable early detection of dementia. Yet the potential benefits, harms or acceptability of such a large-scale ...
    • Attitudes of medical students to medical leadership and management: a systematic review to inform curriculum development 

      Abbas, Mark R.; Quince, Thelma A.; Wood, Diana F.; Benson, John A. (2011-11-14)
      Abstract Background There is a growing acknowledgement that doctors need to develop leadership and management competences to become more actively involved in the planning, delivery and transformation of patient services. ...
    • Attitudes to St Cuthbert’s Body during the Nineteenth Century 

      O'Brien, Conor (Maney, 2016)
      St Cuthbert’s tomb in Durham Cathedral was opened in 1827, occasioning the start of a cycle of polemic and counter-polemic between Protestant and Roman Catholic writers throughout the rest of the century. The excavation ...