Cardiff Metropolitan Research Repository (DSpace)
Cardiff Metropolitan's Research Repository provides access to all of the University’s research and other scholarly output. We facilitate open access to research by providing a place for everyone to discover and access knowledge.
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(KEI Journals, 2016-12-12)Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is one of the greatest medical challenges the world faces. It was estimated recently that by 2050, AMR will account for 10 million extra deaths annually with additional economic costs in the ...
Exposure of Escherichia coli to human hepcidin results in differential expression of genes associated with iron homeostasis and oxidative stress (Oxford University Press, 2018-04-06)Hepcidin belongs to the antimicrobial peptide family but has weak activity with regards to bacterial killing. The regulatory function of hepcidin in humans serves to maintain an iron-restricted environment that limits the ...
The Efficacy of an 8-Week Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training Programme on Hand Cycling Performance (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2018-03-20)The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of an 8-week concurrent strength and endurance training programme in comparison to endurance training only on several key determinants of hand cycling performance. ...
(Taylor&Francis Online, 2018-04-18)Extant demand-perspective social tourism studies have generally focused on children, families and the disabled whilst older people remain an under-researched group in relation to the personal and social benefits of social ...
Supporting carers to manage pain medication in cancer patients at the end of life: A feasibility trial (Sage, 2017-07-05)Background: Carers of people with advanced cancer play a significant role in managing pain medication, yet they report insufficient information and support to do so confidently and competently. There is limited research ...
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