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  1. A role for thalamic projection GABAergic neurons in circadian responses to light

    Brock, O., Gelegen, C. E., Salgarella, I., Sully, P., Jager, P., Menage, L., Mehta, I., Jk eczmień-Łazur, J., Djama, D., Strother, L., Coculla, A., Vernon, A., Brickley, S., Holland, P., Cooke, S. & Delogu, A., 2022, In: bioRxiv.

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  2. Single-particle cryo-EM analysis of the shell architecture and internal organization of an intact α-carboxysome

    Evans, S., Al-Hazeem, M., Mann, D., Smetacek, N., Beavil, A., Sun, Y., Chen, T., Dykes, G., Liu, L-N. & Bergeron, J., 2022, In: bioRxiv.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  3. Exploitation of the Secretory Pathway by SARS-CoV-2 Envelope

    Carlton, J., 30 Jun 2021, In: bioRxiv.

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  4. The glycocalyx affects force loading-dependent mechanotransductive topography sensing at the nanoscale

    Chighizola, M., Dini, T., Marcotti, S., D'Urso, M., Piazzoni, C., Borghi, F., Previdi, A., Ceriani, L., Folliero, C., Stramer, B., Lenardi, C., Milani, P., Podestà, A. & Schulte, C., 2 Mar 2021, In: bioRxiv.

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  5. A multi-structural finite element model to simulate atomic force microscopy nanoindentation of single cells

    Marcotti, S., Reilly, G. C. & Lacroix, D., 18 Dec 2019, In: bioRxiv.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

  6. Cannabis-associated symptom profiles in patients with first episode psychosis and population controls

    Quattrone, D., Reininghaus, U., Ferraro, L., Tripoli, G., La Cascia, E., Quigley, H., Gayer-Anderson, C., Jones, P. B., Kirkbride, J. B., La Barbera, D., Tarricone, I., Lynskey, M. T., Freeman, T. P., Sham, P. C., Cardno, A., Vassos, E., van Os, J., Morgan, C., Lewis, C. M., Murray, R. M., & 1 othersDi Forti, M., Mar 2019, In: bioRxiv.

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  7. High-throughput micro-patterning platform reveals Nodal-dependent dissection of peri-gastrulation-associated versus pre-neurulation associated fate patterning

    Tewary, M., Dziedzicka, D., Ostblom, J., Prochazka, L., Shakiba, N., Woodford, C., Piccinini, E., Vickers, A., Louis, B., Rahman, N., Danovi, D., Geens, M., Watt, F. M. & Zandstra, P. W., 7 Nov 2018, (E-pub ahead of print) In: bioRxiv. p. 465039 1 p.

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