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School of Chemistry > Chemical Biology, Diagnostics and Therapeutics" and Year is 2024

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Identification and development of cyclic peptide inhibitors of Hypoxia Inducible Factors 1 and 2 that disrupt hypoxia-response signaling in cancer cells - Andrew T. Ball, Soran Mohammed, Cyrielle Doigneaux, Reece M. Gardner, James W. Easton, Steven Turner, Jonathan W. Essex, Garry Pairaudeau and Ali Tavassoli
Type: Article | 2024 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2024

Markers of adipose tissue fibrogenesis associate with clinically significant liver fibrosis and are unchanged by synbiotic treatment in patients with NAFLD - Josh Bilson, Carolina J. Oquendo, James Read, Eleonora Scorletti, Paul R. Afolabi, Jenny Lord, Laure B. Bindels, Giovanni Targher, Sumeet Mahajan, Diana Baralle, Philip C. Calder, Christopher D. Byrne and Jaswinder K. Sethi
Type: Article | 2024

Mechanisms of SARS-CoV-2 inactivation using UVC laser radiation - George Devitt, Peter B. Johnson, Niall Hanrahan, Simon I.R. Lane, Magdalena C. Vidale, Bhavwanti Sheth, Joel D. Allen, Maria V. Humbert, Cosma M. Spalluto, Rodolphe C. Herve, Karl Staples, Jonathan J. West, Robert Forster, Nullin Divecha, Chris McCormick, Max Crispin, Nils Hempler, Graeme P.A. Malcolm and Sumeet Mahajan
Type: Article | 2024

Hydrogel-based standards for single and multiphoton imaging at depth - Fizza Haseeb, Konstantinos N. Bourdakos, Ewan Forsyth, Kerry Setchfield, Alistair Gorman, Seshasailam Venkateswaran, Amanda J. Wright, Sumeet Mahajan and Mark Bradley
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2024 | SPIE

Type: Dataset | 2024 | University of Southampton

Type: Article | 2024

Type: Dataset | 2024 | University of Southampton

A platform approach to cleavable macrocycles for the controlled disassembly of mechanically caged molecules - Abed Saady, Georgia K. Malcolm, Matthew P. Fitzpatrick, Noel GM Pairault, Graham J. Tizzard, Soran Mohammed, Ali Tavassoli and Stephen M. Goldup
Type: Article | 2024

Correlative geochemical imaging of Desmophyllum dianthus reveals biomineralisation strategy as a key coral vital effect - Christopher D. Standish, Jacob Trend, Jacob Kleboe, Thomas B. Chalk, Sumeet Mahajan, J. Andy Milton, Tessa Page, Laura F. Robinson, Joseph A. Stewart and Gavin L. Foster
Type: Article | 2024

Droplet microfluidics for time-resolved serial crystallography - Jack Stubbs, Theo Hornsey, Niall Hanrahan, Luis Blay Esteban, Rachel Bolton, Martin Malý, Shibom Basu, Julien Orlans, Daniele de Sanctis, Jung-uk Shim, Patrick D. Shaw Stewart, Allen M. Orville, Ivo Tews and Jonathan West
Type: Article | 2024

Double-clad antiresonant hollow-core fiber and its comparison with other fibers for multiphoton micro-endoscopy - Marzanna Szwaj, Ian A. Davidson, Peter B. Johnson, Greg Jasion, Yongmin Jung, Seyed Reza Sandoghchi, Krzysztof P. Herdzik, Konstantinos N. Bourdakos, Natalie V. Wheeler, Hans Christian Mulvad, David J. Richardson, Francesco Poletti and Sumeet Mahajan
Type: Article | 2024

Type: Dataset | 2024 | University of Southampton

Synthesis and properties of oligonucleotides containing LNA-sulfamate and sulfamide backbone linkages - Belma Zengin Kurt, Debashis Dhara, Afaf H. El-Sagheer and Tom Brown
Type: Article | 2024

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