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  • The biological and clinical significance of emerging SARS-CoV-2 variants. 

    Tao, Kaiming; Tzou, Philip L; Nouhin, Janin; Gupta, Ravindra K; de Oliveira, Tulio; Kosakovsky Pond, Sergei L; Fera, Daniela et al. (2021-09-17)
    The past several months have witnessed the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 variants with novel spike protein mutations that are influencing the epidemiological and clinical aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic. These variants can ...
  • Can compliment and complaint data inform the care of individuals with chronic subdural haematoma (cSDH)? 

    Jones, Katherine; Davies, Benjamin; Stubbs, Daniel J; Komashie, Alexander; Burnstein, Rowan M; Hutchinson, Peter; Santarius, Thomas et al. (2021-09-01)
    <h4>Objectives</h4>To explore the frequency and nature of complaints and compliments reported to Patient Advice and Liaison (PALS) in individuals undergoing surgery for a chronic subdural haematoma (cSDH).<h4>Design</h4>A ...
  • Narrow-band high-lying excitons with negative-mass electrons in monolayer WSe<sub>2</sub>. 

    Lin, Kai-Qiang; Ong, Chin Shen; Bange, Sebastian; Faria Junior, Paulo E; Peng, Bo; Ziegler, Jonas D; Zipfel, Jonas et al. (2021-09-17)
    Monolayer transition-metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) show a wealth of exciton physics. Here, we report the existence of a new excitonic species, the high-lying exciton (HX), in single-layer WSe<sub>2</sub> with an energy of ...
  • The Pupillary Light Reflex as a Biomarker of Concussion 

    Carrick, Frederick Robert; Azzolino, Sergio F.; Hunfalvay, Melissa; Pagnacco, Guido; Oggero, Elena; D’Arcy, Ryan C. N.; Abdulrahman, Mahera et al. (MDPI, 2021-10-18)
    The size of our pupils changes continuously in response to variations in ambient light levels, a process known as the pupillary light reflex (PLR). The PLR is not a simple reflex as its function is modulated by cognitive ...

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