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The Repository@Nottingham is intended to be an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Whenever possible, refereed documents accepted for publication, or finished artistic compositions presented in public, will be made available here in full digital format, and hyperlinks to standard published versions will be provided. See our Policies for further information.



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An inventory of galaxies in cosmic filaments feeding galaxy clusters: galaxy groups, backsplash galaxies, and pristine galaxies (2021)
Journal Article
Kuchner, U., Haggar, R., Aragón-Salamanca, A., Pearce, F. R., Gray, M. E., Rost, A., …Yepes, G. (in press). An inventory of galaxies in cosmic filaments feeding galaxy clusters: galaxy groups, backsplash galaxies, and pristine galaxies. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society,

Galaxy clusters grow by accreting galaxies from the field and along filaments of the cosmic web. As galaxies are accreted they are affected by their local environment before they enter (pre-processing), and traverse the cluster potential. Observation... Read More about An inventory of galaxies in cosmic filaments feeding galaxy clusters: galaxy groups, backsplash galaxies, and pristine galaxies.

Linear and non-linear pseudocapacitances with or without diffusion control (2021)
Journal Article
Chen, G. Z. (2021). Linear and non-linear pseudocapacitances with or without diffusion control. Progress in Natural Science, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pnsc.2021.10.011

Pseudocapacitance is an important reversible charge storage mechanism in many electrode materials. Although the concept was first proposed in early 1960s, it has been more widely studied following the observation of rectangular cyclic voltammograms (... Read More about Linear and non-linear pseudocapacitances with or without diffusion control.

Long-term connectome analysis reveals reshaping of visual, spatial networks in a model with vascular dementia features (2021)
Journal Article
Hall, G. R., Boehm-Sturm, P., Dirnagl, U., Finke, C., Foddis, M., Harms, C., …Farr, T. D. (in press). Long-term connectome analysis reveals reshaping of visual, spatial networks in a model with vascular dementia features. Stroke,

Background and purpose: Connectome analysis of neuroimaging data is a rapidly expanding field that offers the potential to diagnose, characterise, and predict neurological disease. Animal models provide insight into biological mechanisms that underpi... Read More about Long-term connectome analysis reveals reshaping of visual, spatial networks in a model with vascular dementia features.

Chronic Liver Disease in Homeless Individuals and Performance of Non-Invasive Liver Fibrosis and Injury Markers: VALID Study (2021)
Journal Article
Hashim, A., Bremner, S., Grove, J., Astbury, S., Mengozzi, M., O’Sullivan, M., …Verma, S. (in press). Chronic Liver Disease in Homeless Individuals and Performance of Non-Invasive Liver Fibrosis and Injury Markers: VALID Study. Liver International,

Background/aims: Community-based assessment and management of chronic liver disease (CLD) in people who are homeless (PWAH) remains poorly described. We aimed to determine prevalence/predictors of chronic liver disease (CLD) in PWAH and assess perfor... Read More about Chronic Liver Disease in Homeless Individuals and Performance of Non-Invasive Liver Fibrosis and Injury Markers: VALID Study.