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Welcome to the University of Salford repository (USIR), an Open Access showcase for the published research output of the university. Our collection contains a wide range of research across multiple formats and subject areas.

Whenever possible, outputs will be made openly available here in full digital format for download, with many under a Creative Commons license. See our Policies for further information https://salford-repository.worktribe.com/policies.



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Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration (2024)
Journal Article
Mauro-Lizcano, M., Sotgia, F., & Lisanti, M. P. (in press). Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration. Aging, 16(11), 9334—9349. https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.205939

Mitophagy is a selective form of autophagy which permits the removal of dysfunctional or excess mitochondria. This occurs as an adaptative response to physiological stressors, such as hypoxia, nutrient deprivation, or DNA damage. Mitophagy is promote... Read More about Mitophagy and cancer: role of BNIP3/BNIP3L as energetic drivers of stemness features, ATP production, proliferation, and cell migration.

Intelligent Recognition of Multimodal Human Activities for Personal Healthcare (2024)
Journal Article
Sannasi Chakravarthy, S. R., Bharanidharan, N., Vinoth Kumar, V., Mahesh, T. R., Khan, S. B., Almusharraf, A., & Albalawi, E. (2024). Intelligent Recognition of Multimodal Human Activities for Personal Healthcare. IEEE Access, 1-1. https://doi.org/10.1109/access.2024.3405471

Nowadays, the advancements of wearable consumer devices have become a predominant role in healthcare gadgets. There is always a demand to obtain robust recognition of heterogeneous human activities in complicated IoT environments. The knowledge att... Read More about Intelligent Recognition of Multimodal Human Activities for Personal Healthcare.

“I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students (2024)
Journal Article
Turner, M. J., Evans, A. L., Fortune, G., & Chadha, N. J. (in press). “I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students. Anxiety, Stress and Coping, 1-24. https://doi.org/10.1080/10615806.2024.2360732

Background and objectives Examination anxiety is a common occurrence, and is potentially detrimental to student attainment. In recent theorizing, it has been suggested that cognitive appraisals, as put forth in cognitive appraisal theory, and irrati... Read More about “I must make the grade!”: the role of cognitive appraisals, irrational beliefs, exam anxiety, and affect, in the academic self-concept of undergraduate students.

Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia (2024)
Journal Article
Woodman, A., Jaoua, N., Al-Jamea, L. H., Balilla, J., Al Zahrani, E. M., Al-Ansari, R. Y., & Qahtani, S. H. (in press). Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia. #Journal not on list, https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0044-1787109

Background Among the main barriers that prevent people with disabilities from seeking help and support are negative attitudes of society in general and health care professionals in particular. However, only a few studies looked into the attitudes of... Read More about Attitudes of Health Care Providers in Relation to Disability, Saudi Arabia.