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  • Chemical and structural stability of zirconium-based metal-organic frameworks with large three-dimensional pores by linker engineering 

    Kalidindi SB, Nayak S, Briggs ME et al. (2015) Chemical and structural stability of zirconium-based metal-organic frameworks with large three-dimensional pores by linker engineering. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 54(1): 221-226.
    The synthesis of metal–organic frameworks with large three-dimensional channels that are permanently porous and chemically stable offers new opportunities in areas such as catalysis and separation. Two linkers (L1=4,4′,4 ...
  • Qualitative and quantitative analysis of systems and synthetic biology constructs using P systems 

    Konur S, Gheorghe M, Dragomir C, Mierla L, Ipate F and Krasnogor N (2015) Qualitative and quantitative analysis of systems and synthetic biology constructs using P systems. ACS Synthetic Biology, 4 (1): 83–92.
    Computational models are perceived as an attractive alternative to mathematical models (e.g., ordinary differential equations). These models incorporate a set of methods for specifying, modeling, testing, and simulating ...
  • Infobiotics Workbench - A P Systems Based Tool for Systems and Synthetic Biology 

    Blakes J, Twycross J, Konur S, Romero-Campero FJ, Krasnogor N and Gheorghe M (2014) Infobiotics Workbench - A P Systems Based Tool for Systems and Synthetic Biology. In: Frisco P, Gheorghe M and Pérez-Jiménez MJ (Eds) Applications of Membrane Computing in Systems and Synthetic Biology. Emergence, Complexity and Computation [series]. Springer. Vol 7, pp 1-41.
    This chapter gives an overview of an integrated software suite, the Infobiotics Workbench, which is based on a novel spatial discrete-stochastic P systems modelling framework. The Workbench incorporates three important ...
  • Is there a link between dizziness and vision? A systematic review 

    Armstrong D, Charlesworth E, Alderson AJ and Elliott DB (2016) Is there a link between dizziness and vision? A systematic review. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics. 36(4): 477-486.
    Purpose: The aim of this study was to systematically review the literature to investigate the link (if any) between vision and dizziness. Methods: Medline, CINAHL, AMED, Web of Science and The Cochrane Library were ...
  • A Roadmap to Pervasive Systems Verification 

    Konur S and Fisher M (2015) A Roadmap to Pervasive Systems Verification. The Knowledge Engineering Review, 30 (03): 324-341.
    The complexity of pervasive systems arises from the many different aspects that such systems possess. A typical pervasive system may be autonomous, distributed, concurrent and context-based, and may involve humans and ...

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