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Open Access research at the forefront of modern physics

Strathprints makes available scholarly Open Access content by researchers in the Department of Physics, based within the Faculty of Science.

Hosting the Institute of Photonics and with specialisms in plasmas, optics, and nanoscience, the research conducted at the Department of Physics is considered world leading and, based on the REF2014 GPA scores, is considered by Times Higher Education to be first in the UK. One particular specialism is atoms, beams and plasmas where topics within free electron physics, accelerator science, plasma physics and atomic and molecular spectroscopy are explored.

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2014

Pyne, N J and Pyne, S (2014) Sphingosine kinase 1 enables communication between melanoma cells and fibroblasts that provides a new link to metastasis. Oncogene, 33 (26). pp. 3361-3363. ISSN 0950-9232

Rosenfeldt, Mathias and Bell, Laura and Long, Jaclyn and O'Prey, Jim and Nixon, Colin and Roberts, Fiona and Dufès, Christine and Ryan, Kevin (2014) E2F1 drives chemotherapeutic drug resistance via ABCG2. Oncogene, 33. pp. 4164-4172. ISSN 0950-9232

2011

Ruptier, C and De Gasperis, A and Ansieau, S and Granjon, A and Taniere, P and Lafosse, I and Shi, H and Petitjean, A and Taranchon-Clermont, E and Tribollet, V and Voeltzel, T and Scoazec, J-Y and Maguer-Satta, V and Puisieux, A and Hainaut, Pierre and Cavard, C and Caron de Fromentel, C (2011) TP63 P2 promoter functional analysis identifies β-catenin as a key regulator of ΔNp63 expression. Oncogene, 30. pp. 4656-4665. ISSN 0950-9232

2009

Tennant, D.A. and Frezza, C. and MacKenzie, E.D. and Nguyen, Q.D. and Zheng, L. and Selak, M.A. and Roberts, D.L. and Dive, C. (2009) Reactivating HIF prolyl hydroxylases under hypoxia results in metabolic catastrophe and cell death. Oncogene, 28 (45). pp. 4009-4021. ISSN 0950-9232

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