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Dr Richard McQuade
Dr Simon Kometa
Dr Jeremy Brown
Dr Debra Bevitt
Dr Judith Hall
et al.
Research project assessments and supervisor marking: maintaining academic rigour through robust reconciliation processes2020
Anna Stanton
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Marcelo Lanz
Dr Karen Brown
Paul Hilton
et al.
Topical Estrogen Treatment Augments the Vaginal Response to Escherichia coli Flagellin2020
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Lauren Drage
Frances Davison
Professor Robert Pickard
et al.
Author Correction: Possible role of L-form switching in recurrent urinary tract infection (Nature Communications, (2019), 10, 1, (4379), 10.1038/s41467-019-12359-3)2019
Matt Byrne
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Dr Phillip Aldridge
Lauren Drage
Ased Ali
et al.
Bladder-Drained Pancreas Transplantation: Urothelial Innate Defenses and UTI Susceptibility2019
Lauren Drage
Wendy Robson
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Ased Ali
Christopher Harding
et al.
Elevated urine IL-10 concentrations associate with Escherichia coli persistence in older patients susceptible to recurrent urinary tract infections2019
Dr Katarzyna Mickiewicz
Dr Yoshikazu Kawai
Lauren Drage
Frances Davison
Professor Robert Pickard
et al.
Possible role of L-form switching in recurrent urinary tract infection2019
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Dr Sherko NIRANJI
Kevin Cadwell
Dr Judith Hall
Gene expression of AvBD6-10 in broiler chickens is independent of AvBD6, 9, and 10 peptide potency2018
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Dr Syema Shams
Dr Git Chung
Anna Stanton
Dr Phillip Aldridge
et al.
High molecular weight hyaluronic acid: a two-pronged protectant against infection of the urogenital tract?2018
Kevin Cadwell
Dr Sherko NIRANJI
Dr Vanessa Armstrong
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Dr Judith Hall
et al.
AvBD1 nucleotide polymorphisms, peptide antimicrobial activities and microbial colonisation of the broiler chicken gut2017
Ased Ali
Dr Catherine Mowbray
Marcelo Lanz
Anna Stanton
Paul Hilton
et al.
Targeting Deficiencies in the TLR5 Mediated Vaginal Response to Treat Female Recurrent Urinary Tract Infection2017
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