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The inverse forecast effect (1997)
Journal Article
Clarke, D., & Blake, H. (1997). The inverse forecast effect

Social behaviour depends crucially on the way events are linked over time, and on how these linkages are perceived. From a given event, people may be able to infer what followed, or what preceded it. However these two tasks are not as similar as they... Read More about The inverse forecast effect.

A functional YY1 binding site is necessary and sufficient to activate Surf-1 promoter activity in response to serum growth factors (1997)
Journal Article
Cole, E. G., & Gaston, K. (1997). A functional YY1 binding site is necessary and sufficient to activate Surf-1 promoter activity in response to serum growth factors. Nucleic Acids Research, 25(18), 3705-3711. doi:10.1093/nar/25.18.3705

The human Surf-1 and Surf-2 housekeeping genes are divergently transcribed and share a bi-directional, TATA-less promoter. Housekeeping promoters typically contain complex arrays of transcription factor binding sites and several studies have suggeste... Read More about A functional YY1 binding site is necessary and sufficient to activate Surf-1 promoter activity in response to serum growth factors.

DNA binding and bending by the human papillomavirus type 16 E2 protein: recognition of an extended binding site (1997)
Journal Article
Thain, A., Webster, K., Emery, D., Clarke, A. R., & Gaston, K. (1997). DNA binding and bending by the human papillomavirus type 16 E2 protein: recognition of an extended binding site. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272(13), 8236-8242. doi:10.1074/jbc.272.13.8236

The human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 E2 protein (hE2) binds to four sites present upstream of the P97 promoter and regulates transcription of the viral E6 and E7 oncogenes. We have determined the relative binding constants for the interaction of the ful... Read More about DNA binding and bending by the human papillomavirus type 16 E2 protein: recognition of an extended binding site.

Sodomites in the pillory in eighteenth-century London (1997)
Journal Article
Bartlett, P. (1997). Sodomites in the pillory in eighteenth-century London. Social and Legal Studies, 6(4), doi:10.1177/096466399700600406

The arrival of the eighteenth century brought with it new legal attention to sodomitical behaviour. Nowhere was this more notorious and public than in the punishment of those offences in the pillory. This paper argues that the pillory was a product... Read More about Sodomites in the pillory in eighteenth-century London.

Electronic Publishing : the evolution and economics of a hybrid journal. (1997)
Conference Proceeding
Brailsford, D. F. (1997). Electronic Publishing : the evolution and economics of a hybrid journal

The technical, social and economic issues of electronic publishing are examined by using as a case study the evolution of the journal Electronic Publishing Origination, Dissemination and Design (EP-odd) which is published by John Wiley Ltd. The journ... Read More about Electronic Publishing : the evolution and economics of a hybrid journal..

A faster learning neural network classifier using selective backpropagation (1997)
Conference Proceeding
Craven, M. P. (1997). A faster learning neural network classifier using selective backpropagation

The problem of saturation in neural network classification problems is discussed. The listprop algorithm is presented which reduces saturation and dramatically increases the rate of convergence. The technique uses selective application of the bac... Read More about A faster learning neural network classifier using selective backpropagation.

In vitro assessment of the influence of nutrition, temperature and larval density on trapping of the infective larvae of Heligmosomoides polygyrus by Arthrobotrys oligospora, Duddingtonia flagrans and Monacrosporium megalosporum (1997)
Journal Article
Morgan, M., Behnke, J. M., Lucas, J., & Peberdy, J. F. (1997). In vitro assessment of the influence of nutrition, temperature and larval density on trapping of the infective larvae of Heligmosomoides polygyrus by Arthrobotrys oligospora, Duddingtonia flagrans and Monacrosporium megalosporum. Parasitology, 115,