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Elsewhere in HaSS, researchers in the School of Social Work & Social Policy are investigating issues surrounding identity, citizenship and belonging among migrant populations, especially in light of significant political, social and economic change.

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North, Simon J and Botchway, Kwamina and Doonan, James and Lumb, Felicity E and Dell, Anne and Harnett, William and Haslam, Stuart M (2019) Site-specific glycoproteomic characterization of ES-62 : the major secreted product of the parasitic worm Acanthocheilonema viteae. Glycobiology, 29 (8). pp. 562-571. ISSN 0959-6658

Lamerz, Anne-Christin and Damerow, Sebastian and Kleczka, Barbara and Wiese, Martin and van Zandbergen, Ger and Lamerz, Jens and Wenzel, Alexander and Hsu, Fong-Fu and Turk, John and Beverley, Stephen M and Routier, Fran├žoise H (2010) Deletion of UDP-glucose pyrophosphorylase reveals a UDP-glucose independent UDP-galactose salvage pathway in Leishmania major. Glycobiology, 20 (7). pp. 872-882.

Anderson, N.E. and Hayes, P.C. and Therapondos, G. and Boyter, A.C. and Smith, K.D. (2002) The glycosylation pattern of alpha-1-acid glycoprotein (agp) could indicate progression from hepatitis to cirrhosis. Glycobiology, 12 (10). p. 662. ISSN 0959-6658

Elliott, M A and Elliott, H G and McGuire, J and Smith, K D (1996) Regarding the specificity of Newcastle disease virus sialidase. Glycobiology, 6 (5). R5-R7. ISSN 0959-6658

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