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Some institutions are not linked to any School, but carry out important work and services that contribute to the University’s mission and often have strong links with the teaching and research activities of Faculties and Departments. They include, among others, the University Library, the Institute of Continuing Education, and the Fitzwilliam Museum and are generally governed through a Syndicate.

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Recent Submissions

  • Leupaxin Expression Is Dispensable for B Cell Immune Responses 

    Bonaud, Amélie; Clare, Simon; Bisio, Valeria; Sowerby, John M.; Yao, Shugang; Ostergaard, Hanne; Balabanian, Karl et al. (Frontiers Media S.A., 2020-03-25)
    The generation of a potent humoral immune response by B cells relies on the integration of signals induced by the B cell receptor, toll-like receptors and both negative and positive co-receptors. Several reports also suggest ...
  • A qualitative study of design stakeholders' views of developing and implementing a registry-based learning health system. 

    Dixon-Woods, Mary; Campbell, Anne; Chang, Trillium; Martin, Graham; Georgiadis, Alexandros; Heney, Veronica; Chew, Sarah et al. (2020-03-06)
    BACKGROUND:New opportunities to record, collate, and analyze routine patient data have prompted optimism about the potential of learning health systems. However, real-life examples of such systems remain rare and few have ...
  • Phylogenetically informative mutations in genes implicated in antibiotic resistance in Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex. 

    Merker, Matthias; Kohl, Thomas A; Barilar, Ivan; Andres, Sönke; Fowler, Philip W; Chryssanthou, Erja; Ängeby, Kristian et al. (2020-03-06)
    BACKGROUND:A comprehensive understanding of the pre-existing genetic variation in genes associated with antibiotic resistance in the Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex (MTBC) is needed to accurately interpret whole-genome ...
  • Transposon age and non-CG methylation. 

    Wang, Zhengming; Baulcombe, David C (2020-03-06)
    Silencing of transposable elements (TEs) is established by small RNA-directed DNA methylation (RdDM). Maintenance of silencing is then based on a combination of RdDM and RNA-independent mechanisms involving DNA methyltransferase ...

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