Welcome to the Newcastle University Library ePrints Service

The ePrints service provides free access to peer-reviewed research, including journal articles, conference papers and book chapters, produced by Newcastle University staff. The full text of documents is available on open access wherever possible, and new items are added regularly.

Please note - this is not a complete record of all research published by Newcastle University staff.

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Authors               TitleYearFull text
Dr Miguel Velazquez
Advanced maternal age causes adverse programming of mouse blastocysts leading to altered growth and impaired cardiometabolic health in post-natal life2016
Dr Faten Baddar Alhusan
The role of senior executives in managing key customers in Arab context2016
Dr Hanneke Jones
Discussing Poverty with Student Teachers: The Realities of Dialogue2016
Derek Wilson
Experiments with the Log Filter-Bank2016
Professor John Kirby
Professor Simi Ali
The Role of Chemokine and Glycosaminoglycan Interaction in Chemokine-Mediated Migration In Vitro and In Vivo2016
Aws Al-Qaisi
Professor Bayan Sharif
Dr Charalampos Tsimenidis
Jeffrey Neasham
Quantized lower bounds on grid-based localization algorithm for wireless sensor networks2016
Dr Aurore Labourel
Unraveling the multivalent binding of a marine family 6 carbohydrate-binding module with its native laminarin ligand2016
Dr Aiste McCormick
Dr Rachel O'Donnell
Dr Angelika Kaufmann
Phosphatase and Tensin Homolog Is a Potential Target for Ovarian Cancer Sensitization to Cytotoxic Agents2016
Dr Andrew Best
Dr Katherine James
Gerald Hysenaj
Dr Alison Tyson-Capper
Professor David Elliott
et al.
Transformer2 proteins protect breast cancer cells from accumulating replication stress by ensuring productive splicing of checkpoint kinase 12016
Dr Ioannis Kotsopoulos
Ali Kucukmetin
Dr Asima Mukhopadhyay
Professor John Lunec
Professor Nicola Curtin
et al.
Poly(ADP-Ribose) Polymerase in Cervical Cancer Pathogenesis Mechanism and Potential Role for PARP Inhibitors2016