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Dr John Perry
Professor Kate Gould
In vitro effects of combined iron chelation, antibiotics and matrix disruption on clinical isolates of Pseudomonas aeruginosa2020
Professor Christopher Ward
Dr John Perry
Amaran Krishnan
Dr Rhys Jones
Professor Jeffrey Pearson
et al.
Clonally related viable nontuberculous mycobacteria in gastric juice and sputum in people with cystic fibrosis2020
Professor Kate Gould
Dr John Perry
Impact of rapid microbial identification on clinical outcomes in bloodstream infection: the RAPIDO randomized trial2020
Dr Michael Mather
Dr Michael Drinnan
Dr John Perry
Steven Powell
Emerita Professor Janet Wilson
et al.
A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Antimicrobial Resistance in Paediatric Acute Otitis Media2019
David Stephenson
Dr Daniela Lee
Jill Davison
Dr Stephen Bourke
Professor Anthony De Soyza
et al.
An evaluation of methods for the isolation of nontuberculous mycobacteria from patients with cystic fibrosis, bronchiectasis and patients assessed for lung transplantation2019
Dr John Perry
Evaluation of a novel rapidly-growing mycobacteria medium for isolation of Mycobacterium abscessus complex from respiratory specimens from patients with bronchiectasis2019
Dr John Perry
Fluorogenic L-alanylaminopeptidase substrates derived from 6-amino-2-hetarylquinolines and 7-amino-3-hetarylcoumarins and their potential applications in diagnostic microbiology2019
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
Jason Powell
Dr James Garnett
Dr Michael Mather
Dr Faye Cooles
Dr Bernard Verdon
et al.
Excess Mucin Impairs Subglottic Epithelial Host Defense in Mechanically Ventilated Patients2018
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