Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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(Molecular Metabolism, 2021)Background: ATM, the protein defective in the human genetic disorder, ataxia-telangiectasia (A-T) plays a central role in response to DNA double-strand breaks (DSBs) and in protecting the cell against oxidative stress. We ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Exploring the value sponsors co-create at a charity sport event: a multiple stakeholder perspective of sport value (Sport Management Review, 2021)The charity sport event experience is created by a wide array of stakeholders. This research explores value co-creation for charity sport event sponsors. Specifically, the purpose of the current research is to examine ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Hybrid Scenario-IGDT-Based Congestion Management Considering Uncertain Demand Response Firms and Wind Farms (IEEE Systems Journal, 2021)Demand response resources (DRRs) have been recently introduced as one of the most economic tools of congestion alleviation in power systems. Nevertheless, the severe uncertainty of multiple DRRs constituting a demand ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(IEEE Access, 2021)With the increasing number of renewable generations, the prospects of long-distance bulk power transmission impels the expansion of point-to-point High Voltage Direct Current (HVDC) grid to an emerging Multi-terminal ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Bacterial cellulose-regulated synthesis of metallic Ni catalysts for high-efficiency electrosynthesis of hydrogen peroxide (Science China Materials, 2021)The decentralized production of H2O2via a two-electron oxygen reduction reaction (2e− ORR) has emerged as a promising alternative to the energy-intensive anthraquinone (AQ) process. However, its practical application ...JOURNAL ARTICLE