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Mohammad Tariq
Dr Giles Holt
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Stephen Bourke
et al.
Temperate Bacteriophages from Chronic Pseudomonas aeruginosa Lung Infections Show Disease-Specific Changes in Host Range and Modulate Antimicrobial Susceptibility2019
Dr Sharon Cookson
Santosh Murali
Dr John Perry
Dr Clare Lanyon
Professor Anthony De Soyza
et al.
Anti-bacterial antibody and T cell responses in bronchiectasis are differentially associated with lung colonization and disease2018
Dr Darren Smith
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
Response: Commentary: Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis2018
Dr Darren Smith
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
Dr Ed Schwalbe
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis2017
Mohammad Tariq
Professor Anthony De Soyza
Dr Simon Bridge
Dr John Perry
Dr Stephen Bourke
et al.
A metagenomic approach to characterize temperate bacteriophage populations from Cystic Fibrosis and non-Cystic Fibrosis bronchiectasis patients2015
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Evaluation of a new chromogenic medium, chromID OXA-48, for recovery of carbapenemase-producing Enterobacteriaceae from patients at a university hospital in Turkey2015
Dr Simon Bridge
Dr David Sheridan
Dr Daniel Felmlee
Fiona Fenwick
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
PCSK9, apolipoprotein E and lipoviral particles in chronic hepatitis C genotype 3: Evidence for genotype-specific regulation of lipoprotein metabolism2015
Dr Paul Purcell
Dr Hannah Jary
Dr John Perry
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
et al.
Polymicrobial airway bacterial communities in adult bronchiectasis patients2014
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Bacterial and fungal viability in the preterm gut: NEC and sepsis2013
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Clare Lanyon
Dr John Perry
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Janet Berrington
et al.
Development of the Preterm Gut Microbiome in Twins at Risk of Necrotising Enterocolitis and Sepsis2013
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