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Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers across the departments of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering (MAE), Electronic & Electrical Engineering (EEE), and Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering (NAOME), all of which are leading research into aspects of wind energy, the control of wind turbines and wind farms.

Researchers at EEE are examining the dynamic analysis of turbines, their modelling and simulation, control system design and their optimisation, along with resource assessment and condition monitoring issues. The Energy Systems Research Unit (ESRU) within MAE is producing research to achieve significant levels of energy efficiency using new and renewable energy systems. Meanwhile, researchers at NAOME are supporting the development of offshore wind, wave and tidal-current energy to assist in the provision of diverse energy sources and economic growth in the renewable energy sector.

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2018

Dias Mirandela, Gaëtan and Tamburrino, Giulia and Hoskisson, Paul A. and Zachariae, Ulrich and Javelle, Arnaud (2018) The lipid environment determines the activity of the E. coli ammonium transporter, AmtB. FASEB Journal. ISSN 0892-6638 (In Press)

Dias Mirandela, Gaëtan and Tamburrino, Giulia and Ivanović, Miloš T. and Strnad, Felix M. and Byron, Olwyn and Rasmussen, Tim and Hoskisson, Paul A. and Hub, Jochen S. and Zachariae, Ulrich and Gabel, Frank and Javelle, Arnaud (2018) Merging in-solution X-ray and neutron scattering data allows fine structural analysis of membrane-protein detergent complexes. Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 9 (14). 3910–3914. ISSN 1948-7185

2017

Karinou, Eleni and Hoskisson, Paul A. and Strecker, Alexander and Unden, Gottfried and Javelle, Arnaud (2017) The E. coli dicarboxylic acid transporters DauA act as a signal transducer by interacting with the DctA uptake system. Scientific Reports, 7. ISSN 2045-2322

2016

Birke, Anna and Javelle, Arnaud (2016) Prestin and the good vibrations. Biochemical Journal, 473 (15). pp. 2425-2427. ISSN 0264-6021

2014

Compton-Daw, Emma and Page, Kimberly and Findlay, Heather E. and Haertlein, Michael and Moulin, Martine and Zachariae, Ulrich and Norman, David G. and Gabel, Frank and Javelle, Arnaud (2014) Conserved structure and domain organization among bacterial Slc26 transporters. Biochemical Journal, 463 (2). pp. 297-307. ISSN 0264-6021

2013

Wang, Jinan and Fulford, Tim and Shao, Qiang and Javelle, Arnaud and Yang, Huaiyu and Zhu, Weiliang and Merrick, Mike (2013) Ammonium transport proteins with changes in one of the conserved pore histidines have different performance in ammonia and methylamine conduction. PLOS One, 8 (5). ISSN 1932-6203

Karinou, Eleni and Compton-Daw, Emma and Morel, Mélanie and Javelle, Arnaud (2013) The escherichia coli SLC26 homologue YchM (DauA) is a C(4)-dicarboxylic acid transporter. Molecular Microbiology, 87 (3). pp. 623-640. ISSN 0950-382X

2011

Compton-Daw, Emma and Karinou, Eleni and Naismith, James H. and Gabel, Frank and Javelle, Arnaud (2011) Low resolution structure of a bacterial SLC26 transporter reveals dimeric stoichiometry and mobile intracellular domains. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 286 (30). pp. 27058-27067. ISSN 1083-351X

2001

Javelle, Arnaud and Rodríguez-Pastrana, Blanca-Rosa and Jacob, Christophe and Botton, Bernard and Brun, Annick and André, Bruno and Marini, Anne-Marie and Chalot, Michel (2001) Molecular characterization of two ammonium transporters from the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum. FEBS Letters, 505 (3). pp. 393-8. ISSN 0014-5793

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