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03 University of Plymouth Research Projects and Portfolios
04 University of Plymouth Research Theses
05 University of Plymouth Journals
06 University of Plymouth Conferences
08 University of Plymouth Masters Dissertations
09 University of Plymouth E-Resources
  • An integrated genomic analysis of anaplastic meningioma identifies prognostic molecular signatures. 

    Collord, G; Tarpey, P; Kurbatova, N; Martincorena, I; Moran, S; Castro, M; Nagy, T; Bignell, G; Maura, F; Young, MD; Berna, J; Tubio, JMC; McMurran, CE; Young, AMH; Sanders, M; Noorani, I; Price, SJ; Watts, C; Leipnitz, E; Kirsch, M; Schackert, G; Pearson, D; Devadass, A; Ram, Z; Collins, VP; Allinson, K; Jenkinson, MD; Zakaria, R; Syed, K; Hanemann, CO; Dunn, J; McDermott, MW; Kirollos, RW; Vassiliou, GS; Esteller, M; Behjati, S; Brazma, A; Santarius, T; McDermott, U (England, 2018-09-10)
    Anaplastic meningioma is a rare and aggressive brain tumor characterised by intractable recurrences and dismal outcomes. Here, we present an integrated analysis of the whole genome, transcriptome and methylation profiles ...
  • How does the environment affect fighting? The interaction between extrinsic fighting ability and resource value during contests. 

    Lane, SM; Briffa, M (Company of Biologists, 2018-08-16)
    An individual's performance during a fight is influenced by a combination of their capacity and willingness to compete. While willingness to fight is known to be determined by both intrinsic and extrinsic drivers, an ...
  • Intermittent wave energy generation system with hydraulic energy storage and pressure control for stable power output 

    Song, R; Dai, YM; Qian, X (2017-12-18)
    © 2017 The Author(s) In this paper, we introduced an intermittent wave energy generator (IWEG) system with hydraulic power take-off (PTO) including accumulator storage parts. To convert unsteady wave energy into intermittent ...
  • Rethinking Gender and Justice in South Asia, 1772–2013 

    Anagol, P; Grey, DJR (2017-08-08)
  • A constrained A* approach towards optimal path planning for an unmanned surface vehicle in a maritime environment containing dynamic obstacles and ocean currents 

    Singh, Y; Sharma, S; Sutton, R; Hatton, DC; Khan, A (Elsevier, 2018-11-15)
    Efficient path planning is a critical issue for the navigation of modern unmanned surface vehicles (USVs) characterized by a complex operating environment having dynamic obstacles with a spatially variable ocean current. ...
  • The relationship between the chemical, mechanical and geometrical properties of basalt fibre 

    Ralph, C; Lemoine, P; Summerscales, J; Archer, E; McIlhagger, A (SAGE Publications, 2019-12-31)
  • Genome-wide association study of CNVs in 16,000 cases of eight common diseases and 3,000 shared controls. 

    Wellcome Trust Case Control Consortium; Craddock, N; Hurles, ME; Cardin, N; Pearson, RD; Plagnol, V; Robson, S; Vukcevic, D; Barnes, C; Conrad, DF; Giannoulatou, E; Holmes, C; Marchini, JL; Stirrups, K; Tobin, MD; Wain, LV; Yau, C; Aerts, J; Ahmad, T; Andrews, TD; Arbury, H; Attwood, A; Auton, A; Ball, SG; Balmforth, AJ; Barrett, JC; Barroso, I; Barton, A; Bennett, AJ; Bhaskar, S; Blaszczyk, K; Bowes, J; Brand, OJ; Braund, PS; Bredin, F; Breen, G; Brown, MJ; Bruce, IN; Bull, J; Burren, OS; Burton, J; Byrnes, J; Caesar, S; Clee, CM; Coffey, AJ; Connell, JMC; Cooper, JD; Dominiczak, AF; Downes, K; Drummond, HE; Dudakia, D; Dunham, A; Ebbs, B; Eccles, D; Edkins, S; Edwards, C; Elliot, A; Emery, P; Evans, DM; Evans, G; Eyre, S; Farmer, A; Ferrier, IN; Feuk, L; Fitzgerald, T; Flynn, E; Forbes, A; Forty, L; Franklyn, JA; Freathy, RM; Gibbs, P; Gilbert, P; Gokumen, O; Gordon-Smith, K; Gray, E; Green, E; Groves, CJ; Grozeva, D; Gwilliam, R; Hall, A; Hammond, N; Hardy, M; Harrison, P; Hassanali, N; Hebaishi, H; Hines, S; Hinks, A; Hitman, GA; Hocking, L; Howard, E; Howard, P; Howson, JMM; Hughes, D; Hunt, S; Isaacs, JD; Jain, M; Jewell, DP; Johnson, T; Jolley, JD; Jones, IR; Jones, LA; Kirov, G; Langford, CF; Lango-Allen, H; Lathrop, GM; Lee, J; Lee, KL; Lees, C; Lewis, K; Lindgren, CM; Maisuria-Armer, M; Maller, J; Mansfield, J; Martin, P; Massey, DCO; McArdle, WL; McGuffin, P; McLay, KE; Mentzer, A; Mimmack, ML; Morgan, AE; Morris, AP; Mowat, C; Myers, S; Newman, W; Nimmo, ER; O'Donovan, MC; Onipinla, A; Onyiah, I; Ovington, NR; Owen, MJ; Palin, K; Parnell, K; Pernet, D; Perry, JRB; Phillips, A; Pinto, D; Prescott, NJ; Prokopenko, I; Quail, MA; Rafelt, S; Rayner, NW; Redon, R; Reid, DM; Renwick; Ring, SM; Robertson, N; Russell, E; St Clair, D; Sambrook, JG; Sanderson, JD; Schuilenburg, H; Scott, CE; Scott, R; Seal, S; Shaw-Hawkins, S; Shields, BM; Simmonds, MJ; Smyth, DJ; Somaskantharajah, E; Spanova, K; Steer, S; Stephens, J; Stevens, HE; Stone, MA; Su, Z; Symmons, DPM; Thompson, JR; Thomson, W; Travers, ME; Turnbull, C; Valsesia, A; Walker, M; Walker, NM; Wallace, C; Warren-Perry, M; Watkins, NA; Webster, J; Weedon, MN; Wilson, AG; Woodburn, M; Wordsworth, BP; Young, AH; Zeggini, E; Carter, NP; Frayling, TM; Lee, C; McVean, G; Munroe, PB; Palotie, A; Sawcer, SJ; Scherer, SW; Strachan, DP; Tyler-Smith, C; Brown, MA; Burton, PR; Caulfield, MJ; Compston, A; Farrall, M; Gough, SCL; Hall, AS; Hattersley, AT; Hill, AVS; Mathew, CG; Pembrey, M; Satsangi, J; Stratton, MR; Worthington, J; Deloukas, P; Duncanson, A; Kwiatkowski, DP; McCarthy, MI; Ouwehand, W; Parkes, M; Rahman, N; Todd, JA; Samani, NJ; Donnelly, P (England, 2010-04-01)
    Copy number variants (CNVs) account for a major proportion of human genetic polymorphism and have been predicted to have an important role in genetic susceptibility to common disease. To address this we undertook a large, ...
  • Dual wave farms and coastline dynamics: The role of inter-device spacing 

    Rodriguez-Delgado, C; Bergillos, RJ; Iglesias, G (Elsevier, 2019-01-01)
    © 2018 Elsevier B.V. In dual wave farms, i.e., arrays of wave energy converters (WECs) with a dual function – generation of renewable power and mitigation of coastal erosion – the spacing between the WECs is a fundamental ...

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