Cambridge University Research Outputs
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The mission of the University of Cambridge is to contribute to society through the pursuit of education, learning, and research at the highest international levels of excellence. This collection contains the latest research outputs of the University's academic staff and students.
The existing kinetic theory of gases is based on an analytical approach that becomes intractable for all but the simplest molecules. Here we propose a simple numerical scheme to compute the transport properties of molecular ...
The Basolateral amygdala → Nucleus Accumbens core circuit mediates the conditioned reinforcing effects of cocaine-paired cues on cocaine seeking. Background: Individuals addicted to cocaine spend much of their time foraging for the drug. Pavlovian drug-associated conditioned stimuli exert a major influence on the initiation and maintenance of drug seeking often long ...
Dynamic regulation of Hypoxia-inducible factor-1alpha activity is essential for normal B cell development B-lymphocyte development and selection is central to adaptive immunity and self-tolerance. These processes require B cell receptor (BCR)-signaling and occur in bone marrow, an environment with variable hypoxia, but whether ...