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    • A helical LC3-interacting region mediates the interaction between the retroviral restriction factor Trim5α and mammalian autophagy-related ATG8 proteins 

      Keown JR; Black MM; Ferron A; Yap M; Barnett MJ; Pearce FG; Stoye JP; Goldstone DC (2018)
      © 2018 Keown et al. The retroviral restriction factor tripartite motif-containing 5α (Trim5α) acts during the early postentry stages of the retroviral life cycle to block infection by a broad range of retroviruses, disrupting ...
    • Herbicide ingredients change Salmonella enterica sv. Typhimurium and Escherichia coli antibiotic responses 

      Kurenbach B; Gibson PS; Hill AM; Bitzer AS; Silby MW; Godsoe W; Heinemann JA (2017)
      © 2017 The Authors. Herbicides are frequently released into both rural and urban environments. Commercial herbicide formulations induce adaptive changes in the way bacteria respond to antibiotics. Salmonella enterica sv. ...
    • Herschel-ATLAS and ALMA. HATLAS J142935.3-002836, a lensed major merger at redshift 1.027 

      Messias, H.; Dye, S.; Nagar, N.; Orellana, G.; Bussmann, R.S.; Calanog, J.; Dannerbauer, H.; Fu, H.; Ibar, E.; Inohara, A.; Ivison, R.J.; Negrello, M.; Maddox, S.J.; 27 colleagues (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2014)
      The submillimetre-bright galaxy population is believed to comprise, aside from local galaxies and radio-loud sources, intrinsically active star-forming galaxies, the brightest of which are lensed gravitationally. The ...
    • Herschel-ATLAS/GAMA: SDSS cross-correlation induced by weak lensing 

      Gonzalez-Nuevo, J.; Lapi, A.; Negrello, M.; Danese, L.; De Zotti, G.; Amber, S.; Baes, M.; Bland-Hawthorn, J.; Bourne, N.; Brough, S.; Bussmann, R.S.; Cai, Z-Y.; Cooray, A.; Driver, S.P.; Dunne, L.; Dye, S.; Eales, S.; Ibar, E.; Ivison, R.; Liske, J.; Loveday, J.; Maddox, S.; Michalowski, M.J.; Robotham, A.S.G.; Scott, D.; Smith, M.W.L.; Valiante, E.; Xia, J-Q. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2014)
      We report a highly significant (> 10 ) spatial correlation between galaxies with S350μm > 30mJy detected in the equatorial fields of the Herschel Astrophysical Ter- ahertz Large Area Survey (H-ATLAS) with estimated ...
    • Herschel-ATLAS: properties of dusty massive galaxies at low and high redshifts 

      Rowlands, K.; Dunne, L.; Dye, S.; Aragon-Salamanca, A.; Maddox, S.; da Cunha, E.; Smith, D.J.B.; Bourne, N.; Eales, S.; Gomez, H.L.; Smail, I.; Alpaslan, M.; Clark, C.J.R.; Driver, S.; Ibar, E.; Ivison, R.J.; Robotham, A.; Smith, M.W.L.; Valiante, E. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2014)
      We present a comparison of the physical properties of a rest-frame 250μm selected sample of massive, dusty galaxies from 0 < z < 5.3. Our sample comprises 29 high- redshift submillimetre galaxies (SMGs) from the literature, ...
    • The Hidden K-edge Signal in K-edge Imaging 

      Bateman CJ; Rajendran K; Ruiter NJAD; Butler AP; Butler PH; Renaud PF (2015)
      K-edge imaging is commonly used for viewing contrast pharmaceuticals in a variety of multi-energy x-ray imaging techniques, ranging from dual-energy and spectral computed tomography to fluoroscopy. When looking for the ...
    • High-temperature (350 °C) oxidized iridium Schottky contacts on β-Ga2O3 

      Hou C; Makin RA; York KR; Durbin SM; Scott JI; Gazoni RM; Reeves RJ; Allen MW (AIP Publishing, 2019)
      Oxidized iridium (IrOx) Schottky contacts (SCs) with excellent high temperature stability were fabricated on ð201Þ b-Ga2O3 single crystal substrates. These IrOx:b-Ga2O3 SCs were operated at temperatures from 24 to 350 C ...
    • A highly divergent South African geminivirus species illuminates the ancient evolutionary history of this family 

      Varsani, A.; Shepherd, D.N.; Dent, K.; Monjane, A.L.; Rybicki, E.P.; Martin, D.P. (University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2009)
      Background: We have characterised a new highly divergent geminivirus species, Eragrostis curvula streak virus (ECSV), found infecting a hardy perennial South African wild grass. ECSV represents a new genus-level geminivirus ...
    • Historic deforestation and the fate of endemic invertebrate species in streams 

      Harding, J.S. (University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences., 2003)
      Deforestation is a global phenomenon threatening the biodiversity of many unique forested ecosystems. The volcanic calderas of Banks Peninsula, New Zealand, experienced widespread deforestation from 1860 to 1900 when >98% ...
    • Housing improvements, fuel payment difficulties and mental health in deprived communities 

      Curl, A.; Kearns, A. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2016)
      This paper examines the effect of warmth interventions on self-reported difficulties affording fuel bills against a backdrop of rising mental health problems, using a longitudinal sample in Glasgow, UK. Following a period ...
    • How exotic plants integrate into pollination networks 

      Stouffer, D.B.; Cirtwill, A.R.; Bascompte, J. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2014)
      1. There is increasing world-wide concern about the impact of the introduction of exotic species on ecological communities. Since many exotic plants depend on native pollinators to successfully establish, it is of paramount ...
    • How important is urban air pollution as a health hazard? 

      Kingham, S. (University of Canterbury. Geography, 2011)
      Natural disaster-related hazards such as flooding, tsunamis and earthquakes have very visible impacts. The physical environment is demonstrably changed and the dead and injured can be seen and identified. The impacts of ...
    • How spiders practice aggressive and Batesian mimicry 

      Nelson, X.J.; Jackson, R.R. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2012)
      To understand communication, the interests of the sender and the receiver/s of signals should be considered separately. When our goal is to understand the adaptive significance of specific responses to specific signals by ...
    • HST spectrum and timing of the ultra-compact X-ray binary candidate 47 Tuc X9 

      Tudor V; Miller-Jones JCA; Knigge C; Maccarone TJ; Tauris TM; Bahramian A; Chomiuk L; Heinke CO; Sivakoff GR; Strader J; Plotkin RM; Soria R; Albrow MD; Anderson GE; Berg MVD; Bernardini F; Bogdanov S; Britt CT; Russell DM; Zurek DR (2017)
      To confirm the nature of the donor star in the ultra-compact X-ray binary candidate 47 Tuc X9, we obtained optical spectra (3,000-10,000 Å) with the Hubble Space Telescope / Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph. We find ...
    • Hubble flow variance and the cosmic rest frame 

      Wiltshire, D.L.; Smale, P.R.; Mattsson, T.; Watkins, R. (University of Canterbury. Physics and Astronomy, 2013)
      We characterize the radial and angular variance of the Hubble flow in the composite sample of 4534 galaxies, on scales in which much of the flow is in the nonlinear regime. With no cosmological assumptions other than the ...
    • Hubble flow variance and the cosmic rest frame 

      Wiltshire DL; Smale PR; Mattsson T; Watkins R (2013)
      We characterize the radial and angular variance of the Hubble flow in the composite sample of 4534 galaxies, on scales in which much of the flow is in the nonlinear regime. With no cosmological assumptions other than the ...
    • Human gut microbiome changes during a 10 week randomised control trial for micronutrient supplementation in children with attention- deficit/ hyperactivity disorder 

      Stevens A; Purcell R; Eggleston M; Darling K; Kennedy M; Rucklidge J (2019)
      It has been widely hypothesized that both diet and the microbiome play a role in the regulation of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) behaviour. However, there has been very limited scientific investigation ...
    • Hunger-driven response by a nectar-eating jumping spider to specific phytochemicals 

      Nelson, X.J.; Jackson, R.R. (University of Canterbury. Biological Sciences, 2013)
      The jumping spider Evarcha culicivora (Salticidae) is has unusual links to Lantana camara, a plant species to which it is attracted. Three phytochemicals from the headspace of L. camara (1,8 cineole and especially ...
    • The IceCube realtime alert system 

      Aartsen MG; Ackermann M; Adams J; Aguilar JA; Ahlers M; Ahrens M; Altmann D; Andeen K; Anderson T; Ansseau I; Anton G; Archinger M; Argüelles C; Auffenberg J; Axani S; Bai X; Barwick SW; Baum V; Bay R; Beatty JJ; Becker Tjus J; Becker KH; BenZvi S; Berley D; Bernardini E; Bernhard A; Besson DZ; Binder G; Bindig D; Bissok M; Blaufuss E; Blot S; Bohm C; Börner M; Bos F; Bose D; Böser S; Botner O; Braun J; Brayeur L; Bretz HP; Bron S; Burgman A; Carver T; Casier M; Cheung E; Chirkin D; Christov A; Clark K; Classen L; Coenders S; Collin GH; Conrad JM; Cowen DF; Cross R; Day M; de André JPAM; De Clercq C; del Pino Rosendo E; Dembinski H; De Ridder S; Desiati P; de Vries KD; de Wasseige G; de With M; DeYoung T; Díaz-Vélez JC; di Lorenzo V; Dujmovic H; Dumm JP; Dunkman M; Eberhardt B; Ehrhardt T; Eichmann B; Eller P; Euler S; Evenson PA; Fahey S; Fazely AR; Feintzeig J; Felde J; Filimonov K; Finley C; Flis S; Fösig CC; Franckowiak A; Friedman E; Fuchs T; Gaisser TK; Gallagher J; Gerhardt L; Ghorbani K; Giang W; Gladstone L; Glauch T; Glüsenkamp T (2017)
      Although high-energy astrophysical neutrinos were discovered in 2013, their origin is still unknown. Aiming for the identification of an electromagnetic counterpart of a rapidly fading source, we have implemented a realtime ...
    • ICTV virus taxonomy profile: Circoviridae 

      Breitbart M; Delwart E; Rosario K; Segalés J; Varsani A; Lefkowitz EJ; Davison AJ; Siddell SG; Simmonds P; Adams MJ; Smith DB; Orton RJ; Harrach B (2017)
      © 2017, Microbiology Society. All rights reserved. The family Circoviridae comprises viruses with small, circular, single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) genomes, including the smallest known animal viruses. Members of this family ...