Items where Author is "Hanley, Q"

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Journal article

HANLEY, Q., SUTTON, J., SHAHTAHMASSEBI, G. and RIBEIRO, H., 2022. Population density and spreading of COVID-19 in England and Wales. PLoS ONE, 17 (3): e0261725. ISSN 1932-6203

LOPES, D.D., DA CUNHA, B.R., MARTINS, A.F., GONÇALVES, S., LENZI, E.K., HANLEY, Q., PERC, M. and RIBEIRO, H.V., 2022. Machine learning partners in criminal networks. Scientific Reports, 12: 15746.

HANLEY, Q., MARTINS, A.F., DA CUNHA, B.R., GONÇALVES, S., PERC, M. and RIBEIRO, H.V., 2022. Universality of political corruption networks. Scientific Reports, 12: 6858.

FIEDZIUKIEWICZ, M. and HANLEY, Q., 2021. Compound specific isotope analysis (CSIA) of phthalates and non-targeted 1 isotope analysis (NTIA) of SPE-extractable organic carbon in dilute aquatic 2 environments 3. Environmental Advances, 4: 100050. ISSN 2666-7657

GHOLAMI, Z. and HANLEY, Q., 2014. Controlled assembly of SNAP-PNA-fluorophore systems on DNA templates to produce fluorescence resonance energy transfer. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 25 (10), pp. 1820-1828. ISSN 1043-1802

GHOLAMI, Z., BRUNSWELD, L. and HANLEY, Q., 2013. PNA-induced assembly of fluorescent proteins using DNA as a framework. Bioconjugate Chemistry, 24 (8), pp. 1378-1386. ISSN 1043-1802

MURRAY, K., CAO, Y.C., ALI, S. and HANLEY, Q., 2010. Lanthanide doped silica nanoparticles applied to multiplexed immunoassays. Analyst, 135 (8), pp. 2132-2138. ISSN 0003-2654

SUBRAMANIAM, V., HANLEY, Q. and JOVIN, T.M., 2002. Energy transfer in structured oligonucleotide probes and fluorescent proteins probed by spectrally resolved fluorescence lifetime imaging. Biophysical Journal, 82 (1). ISSN 0006-3495

JOVIN, T.M., CLAYTON, A., ARNDT-JOVIN, D.J. and HANLEY, Q., 2002. Receptor tyrosine kinase activation. oligomerization states by anisotropy FLIM (rFLIM) & FRET of receptor-GFP fusion proteins. Biophysical Journal, 82 (1). ISSN 0006-3495

Conference contribution

SHAHTAHMASSEBI, G. and HANLEY, Q., 2015. UK homicide, firearms offence, and domestic abuse reports arise from different processes with different levels of statistical incompleteness. In: Eurocrim 2015 -15th Annual Conference of the European Society of Criminology, University of Porto, Porto, Portugal, 2-5 September 2015.

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