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School of Chemistry > Complex Systems Simulation DTC" and Year is 2023

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Type: Thesis | 2023 | University of Southampton

Prostate cancer tissue classification by multiphoton imaging, automated image analysis and machine learning - Egleidson Frederik Do Amaral Gomes, Eduardo Paulino Junior, Mario F.R. de Lima, Luana A. Reis, Giovanna Paranhos, Marcelo Mamede, Frank Longford, Jeremy G. Frey and Ana Maria de Paula
Type: Article | 2023

Does a machine-learned potential perform better than an optimally tuned traditional force field?: a case study on fluorohydrins - João Morado, Paul N. Mortenson, J. Willem M. Nissink, Jonathan W. Essex and Chris-kriton Skylaris
Type: Article | 2023 | Item not available on this server.

Computational models of amorphous ice for accurate simulation of cryo-EM images of biological samples - James M. Parkhurst, Anna Cavalleri, Maud Dumoux, Mark Basham, Daniel Clare, C. Alistair Siebert, Gwyndaf Evans, James H. Naismith, Angus Kirkland and Jonathan W. Essex
Type: Article | 2023

A novel variant in GATM causes idiopathic renal Fanconi syndrome and predicts progression to end-stage kidney disease - Eleanor Seaby, Steven Turner, David J. Bunyan, Fariba Seyed-Rezai, Jonathan W. Essex, Rodney Gilbert and Sarah Ennis
Type: Article | 2023

Type: Review | 2023

Reducing affinity as a strategy to boost immunomodulatory antibody agonism - Xiaojie Yu, Christian Orr, H.T. Claude Chan, Sonya James, Christine A. Penfold, Jinny Kim, Tatyana Inzhelevskaya, C. Ian Mockridge, Kerry L. Cox, Jonathan W. Essex, Ivo Tews, Martin J. Glennie and Mark S. Cragg
Type: Article | 2023

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