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  • Self-organising floor plans in care homes 

    Carta, Silvio; Turchi, Tommaso; St Loe, Stephanie; Simon, Joel (2020-05-27)
    This paper presents and discusses an optimisation approach applied to spatial layouts in care home building design. With this study, we introduce a method for increasing the floor plan efficiency using a self-organising ...
  • Usefulness of the NULL-PLEASE Score to predict 1 survival in out-of hospital cardiac arrest 

    Gue, Ying; Sayers, Max; Whitby, Benjamin; Kanji, Rahim; Adatia, Krishma; Smith, Robert; Davies, William; Perperoglou, Aris; Potpara, Tatjana; Lip, Gregory Y H; Gorog, Diana (2020-05-07)
    Purpose: Out-of-hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) carries a very high mortality even after successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Currently, information given to relatives regarding prognosis following resuscitation is ...
  • MINOCA presenting with STEMI- a review of incidence, aetiology, assessment and treatment 

    Gue, Ying X.; Kanji, Rahim; Gati, Sabiha; Gorog, Diana (2020-04-30)
    Myocardial infarction with non-obstructive coronary artery (MINOCA) is a condition previously thought to be benign but has recently been shown to have comparable mortality to that of acute coronary syndrome with obstructive ...
  • TRPA1 Channel Activation Inhibits Motor Activity In The Mouse Colon 

    Hassan, Abdul-Azim; Sleet, Ben; Cousins, Zoe; Keating, Christopher (2020-05-27)
    There is a growing awareness of the role that TRP channels play in regulating sensory and motor functions in the gastrointestinal tract. In this study we used an in-vitro murine model of colonic peristaltic-like complexes ...
  • The effect of alterations of schizophrenia-associated genes on gamma band auditory steadystate responses 

    Metzner, Christoph; Karni, Gili; McMahon-Cole, Hana; Mäki-Marttunen, Tuomo; Steuber, Volker (2019-11-14)
    Recent GWAS have identified more than 100 risk genes for schizophrenia (SCZ) [1]. Many of these encode ion channels. While their function has been well characterized, the contributions of common variation in these channels ...

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