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Modelling of short-term synaptic plasticity at cortical synapses Current
Molecular and functional characterisation of the terminal resection (trimming) of small RNA in animal development Current
Molecular Control of the Interneuron Integration and Synapse Formation Potential
Molecular, cellular, and functional differences between rod and cone photoreceptors Current
Monogenic human immune deficiency disease Current
Multifocal pupillographic objective perimetry Current
Multifocal visual evoked potentials Current
NET and histone-mediated damage of insulin-producing islet beta cells Current
Neural circuits for odour-processing in the rodent piriform cortex 'in vivo' Current
Neuronal and behavioural correlates of sensory adaptation Current
Neuronal substrate of choice Current
Neutrophils and their extracellular traps in MS pathology Current
New avenues for early detection of cancer in Hodgkin Lymphoma patients who are likely to relapse under current treatment Potential
NF-kB signalling in human inflammatory disease Current
Optimising the design and workflow of 3D printed orthopaedic implants Potential
Optimising the dose of 670nm light therapy for treatment of retinal degenerations Current
Osteoimmunology, miRNA regulation and genetic risk factors in biomaterial related chronic inflammation and osteolysis in total joint replacement surgery Potential
Phospholipid transport and B cell development Current
Platelet-based autoimmune diseases Current
Platelet-erythrocyte interactions in the bloodstream Potential
Platelet-tumour cell interactions and cancer-related thrombosis Current
Platelets as an intravascular link in neurological diseases (eg Alzheimer’s Disease) Current
Presymptomatic Signatures of Interneuron Dysfunction in Mice Models of Striatum-Related Pathologies Potential
Projection of three-dimensional light fields for neurophotonics Current
Quantitative studies of the presentation of viral antigens to the immune system (especially CD8+ T cells) during infection Potential