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Open Access research that responds to the COVID-19 pandemic...

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content seeking to respond to the medical, scientific, economic and social emergencies arising from the COVID-19 pandemic. Researchers from across the Faculties of Science, Engineering, Business and the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences (HaSS) are all contributing to improved human understanding of -- or solutions to -- the issues surrounding management of the pandemic and the post-pandemic recovery.

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2019

Hall Barrientos, Ivan Joseph and MacKenzie, Graeme R. and Wilson, Clive G. and Lamprou, Dimitrios A. and Coats, Paul (2019) Biological performance of electrospun polymer fibres. Materials, 12 (3). 363. ISSN 1996-1944

2018

Altwaijry, Najla and Somani, Sukrut and Parkinson, John A. and Tate, Rothwelle J. and Keating, Patricia and Warzecha, Monika and MacKenzie, Graeme R. and Leung, Hing Y. and Dufès, Christine (2018) Regression of prostate tumors after intravenous administration of lactoferrin-bearing polypropylenimine dendriplexes encoding TNF-α, TRAIL and interleukin-12. Drug Delivery, 25 (1). pp. 679-689. ISSN 1521-0464

2016

Currie, Susan and Qim, Kimberley and Mum, Hui and Campbell, Sara and MacKenzie, Graeme and Mohd Salleh, Mohd Hanif and Chellapan, Dinesh and Candasamy, Mayuren (2016) Effects of trans-isoferulic acid and gallic acid on cardiac contractility : is there a role for CaMKII? International Journal of Molecular Medicine, 38 (S1). 149. ISSN 1791-244X

2015

MacAskill, Mark G. and Watson, David G. and Ewart, Marie-Ann and Wadsworth, Roger and Jackson, Andrew and Aitken, Emma and MacKenzie, Graeme and Kingsmore, David and Currie, Susan and Coats, Paul (2015) Improving arteriovenous fistula patency : transdermal delivery of diclofenac reduces cannulation-dependent neointimal hyperplasia via AMPK activation. Vascular pharmacology, 71. pp. 108-115. ISSN 1879-3649

This list was generated on Fri Jun 25 02:23:13 2021 BST.