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Exposure to host resistance mechanisms drives evolution of bacterial virulence in plants (2005)
Journal Article
Pitman, A. R., Jackson, R. W., Mansfield, J. W., Kaitell, V., Thwaites, R., & Arnold, D. L. (2005). Exposure to host resistance mechanisms drives evolution of bacterial virulence in plants. Current Biology, 15(24), 2230-2235. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cub.2005.10.074

Bacterial pathogenicity to plants and animals has evolved through an arms race of attack and defense. Key players are bacterial effector proteins, which are delivered through the type III secretion system and suppress basal defenses [1]. In plants, v... Read More about Exposure to host resistance mechanisms drives evolution of bacterial virulence in plants.

On the response of shock-induced separation bubble to small amplitude disturbances (2005)
Journal Article
Krishnan, L., Yao, Y., Sandham, N. D., & Roberts, G. T. (2005). On the response of shock-induced separation bubble to small amplitude disturbances. Modern Physics Letters B, 19(28-29), 1495-1498. https://doi.org/10.1142/S0217984905009742

Numerical simulations of an oblique shock interacting with a compressible laminar boundary layer are reported. The Mach number ranges from 2 to 6.85, while the Reynolds number based on the distance to the impingement location is fixed at 3 × 105. All... Read More about On the response of shock-induced separation bubble to small amplitude disturbances.

A health map for urban planners: Towards a conceptual model for healthy, sustainable settlements (2005)
Journal Article
Barton, H. (2005). A health map for urban planners: Towards a conceptual model for healthy, sustainable settlements. Built Environment, 31(4), 339-355. https://doi.org/10.2148/benv.2005.31.4.339

The environment in which we live is a significant determinant of health. Yet in some ways we are literally building unhealthy conditions into the fabric of our cities, and the profession charged with planning the urban environment currently lacks a c... Read More about A health map for urban planners: Towards a conceptual model for healthy, sustainable settlements.

Economic evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest led dermatology service in primary care (2005)
Journal Article
Peters, T. J., Coast, J., Noble, S., Noble, A., Horrocks, S., Asim, O., …Salisbury, C. (2005). Economic evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest led dermatology service in primary care. BMJ, 331(7530), 1444-1448. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38676.446910.7C

Objective: To carry out an economic evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest service for non-urgent skin problems compared with hospital outpatient care. Design: Cost effectiveness analysis and cost consequences analysis alongside a... Read More about Economic evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest led dermatology service in primary care.

Evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest service for dermatology: Randomised controlled trial (2005)
Journal Article
Salisbury, C., Noble, A., Horrocks, S., Crosby, Z., Harrison, V., Coast, J., …Peters, T. (2005). Evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest service for dermatology: Randomised controlled trial. BMJ, 331(7530), 1441-1444. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.38670.494734.7C

Objective: To assess the effectiveness, accessibility, and acceptability of a general practitioner with special interest service for skin problems compared with a hospital dermatology clinic. Design: Randomised controlled trial. Setting: General prac... Read More about Evaluation of a general practitioner with special interest service for dermatology: Randomised controlled trial.

The economics of the primate trade in Bioko, Equatorial Guinea (2005)
Journal Article
Reid, J., Morra, W., Posa Bohome, C., & Fernández Sobrado, D. (2005). The economics of the primate trade in Bioko, Equatorial Guinea

Researchers from the National University of Equatorial Guinea (UNGE) and Arcadia University have alerted the international conservation community to the threat of imminent extinction of the seven primate sub-species on the island of Bioko, Equatorial... Read More about The economics of the primate trade in Bioko, Equatorial Guinea.

Towards a housing-based welfare state (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Malpass, P. (2005, December). Towards a housing-based welfare state. Paper presented at Friday Exchange seminar, IPPR

Midwifery discourses concerning normality in childbirth (2005)
Presentation / Conference
Pollard, K. (2005, December). Midwifery discourses concerning normality in childbirth. Paper presented at The 6th Annual Conference, British Sociological Association Human Reproduction Study Group

Mainstreaming equality into strategic spatial policy making: Are town planners losing sight of gender? (2005)
Journal Article
Greed, C., & Reeves, D. (2005). Mainstreaming equality into strategic spatial policy making: Are town planners losing sight of gender?. Construction Management and Economics, 23(10), 1059-1070. https://doi.org/10.1080/01446190500372353

Spatial planning authorities have a pivotal role in shaping the built environment, through the production of development plans and the operation of the development control system. Previous research shows that the needs of women have not been given as... Read More about Mainstreaming equality into strategic spatial policy making: Are town planners losing sight of gender?.

Soft tissue pain and physical therapy (2005)
Journal Article
Martin, D. J., Martin, D., & Palmer, S. (2005). Soft tissue pain and physical therapy. Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, 6(1), 23-25. https://doi.org/10.1383/anes.6.1.23.57140

Pain is a natural response to soft tissue injury but when it is unresolved, neurophysiological changes can occur to establish chronic pain. Acute pain is usually linked with a specific incident, though in repetitive or overuse injuries this is not ob... Read More about Soft tissue pain and physical therapy.