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  • Functional changes in Hofbauer cell glycobiology during human pregnancy. [Journal Article]
    Placenta 2015; 36(10):1130-7Jones CJ, Choudhury RH, Aplin JD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hofbauer cells have properties commensurate with their phagocytic activity with numerous lysosomal vacuoles and heavily glycosylated plasma membranes and granules, most evident in the first half of pregnancy. Their carbohydrate metabolism appears to rely on glucose mobilisation rather than storage as glycogen, reflecting their peripatetic mode of existence.
  • A hop count based heuristic routing protocol for mobile delay tolerant networks. [Journal Article]
    ScientificWorldJournal 2014; 2014:603547You L, Li J, … Hu L
  • Routing in delay tolerant networks (DTNs) is a challenge since it must handle network partitioning, long delays, and dynamic topology. Meanwhile, routing protocols of the traditional mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) cannot work well due to the failure of its assumption that most network connections are available. In this paper, we propose a hop count based heuristic routing protocol by utilizing t…
  • Creating safe places: an exploratory evaluation of a school-based emotional support service. [Journal Article]
    Pastor Care Educ 2013; 31(3):211-228Segrott J, Rothwell H, Thomas M
  • School-based interventions for young people with emotional/mental health problems are often provided by external practitioners and their relationship with host schools is a key influence on implementation. Poor integration within school systems, schools' tendency to define interventions around pupils' behaviour and teachers' control over access, may undermine therapeutic relationships. This study…
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