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Open Access research that explores why technology innovation occurs

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship based within Strathclyde Business School. Particular research specialisms within the Hunter Centre include better understanding the dynamics of how new technologies and business models move from concept to market. This research aligns with another local specialism, 'entrepreneurial ecosystems', which seeks to codify the role of context and systemic influences on entrepreneurship.

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Cano, Antonella and Mattana, Antonella and Henriquez, Fiona L. and Alexander, James and Roberts, Craig W. (2018) Acanthamoeba proteases contribute to macrophage activation through PAR1, but not PAR2. Parasite Immunology. e12612. ISSN 0141-9838

Cano, Antonella and Mattana, Antonella and Woods, Stuart and Henriquez, Fiona L. and Alexander, James and Roberts, Craig W. (2017) Acanthamoeba activates macrophages predominantly through toll-like receptor 4 and MyD88-dependent mechanisms to induce Interleukin IL-12 and IL-6. Infection and Immunity, 85 (6). e01054-16. ISSN 0019-9567

Mattana, Antonella and Sanna, Manuela and Cano, Antonella and Delogu, Giuseppe and Erre, Giuseppe and Roberts, Craig W. and Henriquez, Fiona L. and Fiori, Pier Luigi and Cappuccinelli, Piero (2016) Acanthamoeba castellanii (genotype T4) stimulates the production of interleukin-10 as well as pro-inflammatory cytokines in THP-1 cells, human peripheral blood mononuclear cells and human monocyte-derived macrophages. Infection and Immunity, 84 (10). pp. 2953-2962. ISSN 0019-9567

Henriquez, Fiona L. and Campbell, Sara J. and Sundararaj, Bharath K. and Cano, Antonella and Muench, Stephen P. and Roberts, Craig W. (2015) The acanthamoeba shikimate pathway has a unique molecular arrangement and is essential for aromatic amino acid biosynthesis. Protist, 166 (1). pp. 93-105. ISSN 1618-0941

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