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Shifting masculinities amongst men diagnosed with breast cancer: a multi-method phenomenological inquiry
Background: Underacknowledged clinically and socially as a threat to men’s health, breast cancer in men persists as a critical health issue, with complex ramifications for those affected. Research exploring men’s breast ...
The challenge of evidencing coercion and control in the assessment of domestic abuse perpetrators
Recent decades have seen significant changes to the way criminal justice practices are understood and developed. Moving away from reactive investigations towards proactive approaches, evidence-based practice has become the ...
In vivo and in vitro tests used to assess the oral bioaccessibility and bioavailability of arsenic in soil.
(Chemical Hazards and Poisons Report, 2015-09-15)
What do men perceive to be the ‘right time’ for parenthood? Past literature and future explorations
The vast majority of research, discussion and debate regarding reproductive timings is concerned with women. This may overemphasise female responsibility, leaving men’s positions and behaviours neglected. Despite a growing ...
Collectins and Ficolins in Innate Immunity – The structure and Function of ficolins, MBLs and MASPs
(Royal Society of Chemistry, London, 2008)
Biological contamination of urban soils in Leicester, UK, with Cryptosporidium spp.: a pilot study.
(Toxicology Letters, 2016-09-07)
Environmental contamination with zoonotic microorganisms can have significant health and environmental implications due to their potential for producing large numbers of transmissive stages and their ability to survive in ...
Engineering novel complement activity into a pulmonary-surfactant protein
(American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 2010-04)
Complement neutralizes invading pathogens, stimulates inflammatory and adaptive immune responses, and targets non- or altered-self structures for clearance. In the classical and lectin activation pathways, it is initiated ...
Aluminum neurotoxicity and beer consumption: effect on the levels of trace metals in mouse brain.
(Revista de Toxicologia, 2015-06-19)
Aunque el mecanismo por el que el aluminio (Al) puede influir en etiología de la enfermedad de Alzheimer es muy mal conocido, existe evidencia de que la exposición a Al incrementa el estrés oxidativo y los procesos ...