Gabriel Rosser
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Signal-dependent turnover of the bacterial flagellar switch protein FliM
NJ Delalez, GH Wadhams, G Rosser, Q Xue, MT Brown, IM Dobbie, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 107 (25), 11347-11351, 2010
Predictive crime mapping: Arbitrary grids or street networks?
G Rosser, T Davies, KJ Bowers, SD Johnson, T Cheng
Journal of quantitative criminology 33, 569-594, 2017
Microglia promote glioblastoma via mTOR‐mediated immunosuppression of the tumour microenvironment
AA Dumas, N Pomella, G Rosser, L Guglielmi, C Vinel, TO Millner, J Rees, ...
The EMBO journal 39 (15), e103790, 2020
Novel evaluation metrics for sparse spatio-temporal point process hotspot predictions-a crime case study
M Adepeju, G Rosser, T Cheng
International Journal of Geographical Information Science 30 (11), 2133-2154, 2016
Simplified multitarget tracking using the PHD filter for microscopic video data
TM Wood, CA Yates, DA Wilkinson, G Rosser
IEEE Transactions on Circuits and Systems for Video Technology 22 (5), 702-713, 2011
Convergence of BMI1 and CHD7 on ERK signaling in medulloblastoma
S Badodi, A Dubuc, X Zhang, G Rosser, MDC Jaeger, MM Kameda-Smith, ...
Cell reports 21 (10), 2772-2784, 2017
Novel Methods for Analysing Bacterial Tracks Reveal Persistence in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
G Rosser, AG Fletcher, DA Wilkinson, JA de Beyer, CA Yates, ...
PLoS computational biology 9 (10), e1003276, 2013
Improving the robustness and accuracy of crime prediction with the self-exciting point process through isotropic triggering
G Rosser, T Cheng
Applied Spatial Analysis and Policy 12 (1), 5-25, 2019
In clinical practice, cerebral MRI in newborns is highly predictive of neurodevelopmental outcome after therapeutic hypothermia
P Tharmapoopathy, P Chisholm, A Barlas, M Varsami, N Gupta, ...
European Journal of Paediatric Neurology 25, 127-133, 2020
The effect of sampling rate on observed statistics in a correlated random walk
G Rosser, AG Fletcher, PK Maini, RE Baker
Journal of the Royal Society Interface 10 (85), 20130273, 2013
From birds to bacteria: generalised velocity jump processes with resting states
JP Taylor-King, EE van Loon, G Rosser, SJ Chapman
Bulletin of mathematical biology 77, 1213-1236, 2015
Modelling and analysis of bacterial tracks suggest an active reorientation mechanism in Rhodobacter sphaeroides
G Rosser, RE Baker, JP Armitage, AG Fletcher
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11 (97), 20140320, 2014
Straightforward multi-object video tracking for quantification of mosquito flight activity
DA Wilkinson, C Lebon, T Wood, G Rosser, LC Gouagna
Journal of insect physiology 71, 114-121, 2014
Inositol treatment inhibits medulloblastoma through suppression of epigenetic-driven metabolic adaptation
S Badodi, N Pomella, X Zhang, G Rosser, J Whittingham, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 2148, 2021
Comparative epigenetic analysis of tumour initiating cells and syngeneic EPSC-derived neural stem cells in glioblastoma
C Vinel, G Rosser, L Guglielmi, M Constantinou, N Pomella, X Zhang, ...
Nature Communications 12 (1), 6130, 2021
CPC: Crime, policing and citizenship-Intelligent policing and big data
T Cheng, K Bowers, P Longley, J Shawe-Taylor, A Trevor, T Davies, ...
UCL Space Lab, 2016
c-MYC overexpression induces choroid plexus papillomas through a T-cell mediated inflammatory mechanism
A Merve, X Zhang, N Pomella, S Acquati, JD Hoeck, A Dumas, G Rosser, ...
Acta neuropathologica communications 7, 1-18, 2019
Mathematical modelling and analysis of aspects of planktonic bacterial motility
G Rosser
PhD thesis, Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford, 2012
Global hypo-methylation in a proportion of glioblastoma enriched for an astrocytic signature is associated with increased invasion and altered immune landscape
J Boot, G Rosser, D Kancheva, C Vinel, YM Lim, N Pomella, X Zhang, ...
Elife 11, e77335, 2022
Modelling and analysis of bacterial tracks suggest an active reorientation mechanism inRhodobacter sphaeroides
G Rosser, RE Baker, JP Armitage, AG Fletcher
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