Jisc Publications Router
About this collection
This collection holds Cambridge publications received from the Jisc Publications Router.
Publications Router is an alerting service that automatically sends notifications about research articles to institutions' systems such as their repositories or CRISs. These notifications indicate, for example, that an article has been accepted for publication or that it has been published. They often include the articles themselves in the version agreed by the publisher, or they may just consist of metadata.
More information about the Jisc Publications Router is available at https://pubrouter.jisc.ac.uk/
(Public Library of Science, 2022-05-10)Viral superinfection occurs when multiple viral particles subsequently infect the same host. In nature, several viral species are found to have evolved diverse mechanisms to prevent superinfection (superinfection exclusion) ...
Estimating the total prevalence of PTSD among the UK police force: Formal comment on Stevelink et al. (2020) (Public Library of Science, 2022-05-20)Two recent surveys have reported widely differing prevalence rates for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) within the U.K. police force. Stevelink et al. (2020) reported a rate of 3.9% whereas a survey conducted for the ...
Breast cancer screening in women with extremely dense breasts recommendations of the European Society of Breast Imaging (EUSOBI). (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2022-03-08)Breast density is an independent risk factor for the development of breast cancer and also decreases the sensitivity of mammography for screening. Consequently, women with extremely dense breasts face an increased risk of ...
A 3D gene expression atlas of the floral meristem based on spatial reconstruction of single nucleus RNA sequencing data (Nature Publishing Group UK, 2022-05-20)Abstract: Cellular heterogeneity in growth and differentiation results in organ patterning. Single-cell transcriptomics allows characterization of gene expression heterogeneity in developing organs at unprecedented resolution. ...