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Temporal links: recording and replaying virtual environments (2000)
Conference Proceeding
Greenhalgh, C., Purbrick, J., Benford, S., Craven, M., Drozd, A., & Taylor, I. (2000). Temporal links: recording and replaying virtual environments. In MULTIMEDIA '00: Proceedings of the Eighth ACM International Conference on Multimedia, 67-74. doi:10.1145/354384.354429

Investigation of human T cell responses to HPV16 E2 (2000)
Conference Proceeding
Davidson, E., Brown, M., Burt, D., Mulryan, K., Clayton, A., Gaston, K., …Stern, P. (2000). Investigation of human T cell responses to HPV16 E2. In The 18th International Papillomavirus Conference

'Dead letters! … Dead men?': the rhetoric of the office in Melville’s ‘Bartleby, the scrivener’ (2000)
Journal Article
Thompson, G. (2000). 'Dead letters! … Dead men?': the rhetoric of the office in Melville’s ‘Bartleby, the scrivener’. Journal of American Studies, 34(3), doi:10.1017/S0021875851006449

Although a good deal of recent critical attention to Melville's writing has followed the lead of Robert K. Martin in addressing the issue of sexuality, the predominant themes in discussions of “Bartleby” remain changes in the nature of the workplace... Read More about 'Dead letters! … Dead men?': the rhetoric of the office in Melville’s ‘Bartleby, the scrivener’.

Ages of Avatar: Community Building for Inhabited Television (2000)
Conference Proceeding
Craven, M., Benford, S., Greenhalgh, C., Wyver, J., Brazier, C., Oldroyd, A., & Regan, T. (2000). Ages of Avatar: Community Building for Inhabited Television. In Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Collaborative Virtual Environments, 189--194. doi:10.1145/351006.351040

Inhabited television: broadcasting interaction from within collaborative virtual environments (2000)
Journal Article
Benford, S., Greenhalgh, C., & Craven, M. (2000). Inhabited television: broadcasting interaction from within collaborative virtual environments. ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, 7(4), 510-547. doi:10.1145/365058.365095

Inhabited television combines collaborative virtual environments (CVEs) with broadcast television so that on-line audiences can participate in television shows within shared virtual worlds. We describe a series of experiments with inhabited televisio... Read More about Inhabited television: broadcasting interaction from within collaborative virtual environments.

Myc and YY1 mediate activation of the Surf-1 promoter in response to serum growth factors (2000)
Journal Article
Vernon, E. G., & Gaston, K. (2000). Myc and YY1 mediate activation of the Surf-1 promoter in response to serum growth factors. BBA - Biochimica et Biophysica Acta, 1492(1), 172-179. doi:10.1016/S0167-4781(00)00116-0

The human Surf-1 and Surf-2 genes are divergently transcribed and share a single bi-directional promoter. The addition of serum growth factors to serum-starved cells activates transcription in the Surf-1 direction, but has no effect on transcription... Read More about Myc and YY1 mediate activation of the Surf-1 promoter in response to serum growth factors.

Factors associated with strain in co-resident spouses of patients following stroke (2000)
Journal Article
Blake, H., & Lincoln, N. (2000). Factors associated with strain in co-resident spouses of patients following stroke. Clinical Rehabilitation, 14(3), doi:10.1191/026921500667530134

Objective: To identify the factors associated with carer strain following stroke. Design: Co-resident spouses of stroke patients were sent questionnaire measures of their perceptions of strain, stress, mood, handicap, adjustment, social support, l... Read More about Factors associated with strain in co-resident spouses of patients following stroke.

The HPV 16 E2 protein induces p53-dependent apoptosis (2000)
Presentation / Conference
Gaston, K., Webster, K., Roeder, G., & Parish, J. (2000, April). The HPV 16 E2 protein induces p53-dependent apoptosis. Paper presented at 10th TENOVUS Scotland Symposium: Gene Expression and Disease

The human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 E2 protein induces apoptosis in the absence of other HPV proteins and via a p53-dependent pathway (2000)
Journal Article
Webster, K., Parish, J., Pandya, M., Stern, P. L., Clarke, A. R., & Gaston, K. (2000). The human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 E2 protein induces apoptosis in the absence of other HPV proteins and via a p53-dependent pathway. Journal of Biological Chemistry, 275(1), 87-94. doi:10.1074/jbc.275.1.87

The human papillomavirus (HPV) E2 protein regulates viral gene expression and is also required for viral replication. HPV-transformed cells often contain chromosomally integrated copies of the HPV genome in which the viral E2 gene is disrupted. We ha... Read More about The human papillomavirus (HPV) 16 E2 protein induces apoptosis in the absence of other HPV proteins and via a p53-dependent pathway.

The Development of an On-line Submission and Peer Review System (2000)
Conference Proceeding
Pavey, P., Probets, S., & Brailsford, D. F. (2000). The Development of an On-line Submission and Peer Review System. In J. Smith, P. Linde, & E. Emelianova (Eds.),

Online submission and peer review is emerging as the next step forward for many journal publishers in an ever increasing drive to take advantage of technological improvements in transferring data electronically over the internet. The Electronic Submi... Read More about The Development of an On-line Submission and Peer Review System.

'Exploiting problem structure in a genetic algorithm approach to a nurse rostering problem' (2000)
Journal Article
Aickelin, U., & Dowsland, K. (2000). 'Exploiting problem structure in a genetic algorithm approach to a nurse rostering problem'

There is considerable interest in the use of genetic algorithms to solve problems arising in the areas of scheduling and timetabling. However, the classical genetic algorithm paradigm is not well equipped to handle the conflict between objectives and... Read More about 'Exploiting problem structure in a genetic algorithm approach to a nurse rostering problem'.