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- S. D. Badger, E. W. N. Glover, Valentin V. Khoze
- 2008

We apply the on-shell tree-level recursion relations of Britto, Cachazo, Feng and Witten to a variety of processes involving internal and external massive particles with spin. We show how to construct multi-vector boson currents where one or more off-shell vector bosons couples to a quark pair and number of gluons. We give compact results for single vector… (More)

Recombinant adeno-associated virus (rAAV) is a promising vector for therapy of retinal degenerative diseases. We evaluated the efficiency, cellular specificity, and safety of retinal cell transduction in nonhuman primates after subretinal delivery of an rAAV carrying a cDNA encoding green fluorescent protein (EGFP), rAAV. CMV.EGFP. The treatment results in… (More)

A physiological examination of mice harboring a null allele at the aryl hydrocarbon (Ah) locus revealed that the encoded aryl hydrocarbon receptor plays a role in the resolution of fetal vascular structures during development. Although the aryl hydrocarbon receptor is more commonly studied for its role in regulating xenobiotic metabolism and dioxin… (More)

We describe a general method of calculating the fully differential cross section for the production of jets at next-to-leading order in a hadron collider. This method is based on a 'crossing' of next-to-leading order calculations with all partons in the final state. The method introduces universal crossing functions that allow a modular approach to… (More)

- S. D. Badger, E. W. N. Glover, V. V. Khoze
- 2008

We derive general tree-level recursion relations for amplitudes which include massive propagating particles. As an illustration, we apply these recursion relations to scattering amplitudes of gluons coupled to massive scalars. We provide new results for all amplitudes with a pair of scalars and n ≤ 4 gluons. These amplitudes can be used as building blocks… (More)

- E. W. N. Glover, C. Oleari
- 2001

We present the O (α 4 s) virtual QCD corrections to gluon-gluon scattering due to the interference of tree and two-loop amplitudes. We work in conventional dimensional regularisation and give analytic expressions renormalised in the MS scheme. The structure of the infrared divergences agrees with that predicted by Catani while formulae for the finite… (More)

- C. Anastasiou, E. W. N. Glover, C. Oleari
- 2001

We present the O (α 4 s) virtual QCD corrections to the scattering process of massless quark q ¯ q → gg due to the interference of tree and two-loop amplitudes and to the self-interference of one-loop amplitudes. We work in conventional dimensional regularisation and our results are renormalised in the MS scheme. The structure of the infrared divergences… (More)

- C. Anastasiou, E. W. N. Glover
- 2002

We present the NNLO QCD virtual corrections for q ¯ q → gγ, q ¯ q → γγ and the NNLO QED virtual corrections for e − e + → γγ, and all processes related by crossing symmetry. We perform an explicit evaluation of the two-loop diagrams in conventional dimensional regularisation, and our results are renormalised in the MS scheme. The infrared pole structure of… (More)

- R S Thomas, D R Rank, S G Penn, G M Zastrow, K R Hayes, K Pande +6 others
- Molecular pharmacology
- 2001

We have developed an approach to classify toxicants based upon their influence on profiles of mRNA transcripts. Changes in liver gene expression were examined after exposure of mice to 24 model treatments that fall into five well-studied toxicological categories: peroxisome proliferators, aryl hydrocarbon receptor agonists, noncoplanar polychlorinated… (More)

- George Georgiou, E. W. N. Glover, Valentin V. Khoze
- 2004

We show how all non-MHV tree-level amplitudes in 0 ≤ N ≤ 4 gauge theories can be obtained directly from the known MHV amplitudes using the scalar graph approach of Cachazo, Svrcek and Witten. Generic amplitudes are given by sums of inequivalent scalar diagrams with MHV vertices. The novel feature of our method is that after the 'Feynman rules' for scalar… (More)