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Effect of Molecular Crowding on the Structure and Dynamics of Human Apo and Holo Transferrin using 2D-IR Correlation Spectroscopy
Human serum transferrin is an iron transport glycoprotein that is involved in the regulation and balance of iron content in blood plasma and cells. Little is known about the effect of molecular crowding on the structure, ...
Robert W. Woody–A pioneer of protein circular dichroism spectroscopy
(IOS Press, 2015)
Mapping multidimensional pain experience onto electrophysiological responses to noxious laser heat stimuli
The origin of the conscious experience of pain in the brain is a continuing enigma in neuroscience. To shed light on the brain representation of a multifaceted pain experience in humans, we combined multivariate analysis ...
The Challenges Presented by Parental Mental Illness and the Potential of a Whole Family Intervention to Improve Outcomes for Families
Parental mental illness (PMI) can negatively affect the lives of all family members, and there is an acknowledged need to work attentively with family and social contexts to promote recovery. However, programmes undertaking ...
For a political economy of massive open online courses
In understanding the changes that are impacting the global higher education sector, developing a critique of the relationships between technology and technological innovation, new managerialism and financialisation, and ...
The posthuman way of war
Recent interventions from a ‘posthumanist’ or ‘new materialist’ perspective have highlighted the embedded character of human systems within a ‘panarchy’ of human and non-human systems. This article brings attention to a ...
Killing animals: sociology, species relations and institutionalized violence
Influential voices have argued for a sociology which acknowledges the way we are co-constituted with a range of non-human species as part of the condition of life on this planet. Despite this, sociology has generally ...