Jisc Publications Router
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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/
(Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 2020-05-22)Abstract: Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is one of the commonest presentations to emergency departments and is associated with seizures carrying different significance at different stages following injury. We describe the ...
The Structural Integrity of Composite Materials and Long-Life Implementation of Composite Structures (Springer Netherlands, 2020-07-08)Abstract: Empirical or semi-empirical design methodologies at the macroscopic scale (structural level) can be supported and justified only by a fundamental understanding at the lower (microscopic) size scale through the ...
Quantitative comparative analysis of human erythrocyte surface proteins between individuals from two genetically distinct populations (Nature Publishing Group UK, 2019-09-20)Abstract: Red blood cells (RBCs) play a critical role in oxygen transport, and are the focus of important diseases including malaria and the haemoglobinopathies. Proteins at the RBC surface can determine susceptibility to ...
Assessing impacts of human-elephant conflict on human wellbeing: An empirical analysis of communities living with elephants around Maasai Mara National Reserve in Kenya (Public Library of Science, 2020-09-18)Human-elephant conflict is an often intractable problem that threatens the contribution of conservation interventions to human wellbeing and securing livelihoods in Africa and Asia. Local human populations living in key ...