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Type: Article | 2019

Modulation of antibiotic sensitivity and biofilm formation in Pseudomonas aeruginosa by interspecies signal analogues - Shi qi An, Julie Murtagh, Kate B. Twomey, Manoj K. Gupta, Timothy P. O’Sullivan, Rebecca Ingram, Miguel A. Valvano and Ji liang Tang
Type: Article | 2019

The role of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi in plant invasion trajectory - Farzad Aslani, A. Shukor Juraimi, M. Saiful Ahmad-Hamdani, M. Amirul Alam, M. Mahmudul Hasan, F. S.Golestan Hashemi and Mohammad Bahram
Type: Review | 2019 | Item not available on this server.

Immunological profiling of key inflammatory drivers of nasal polyp formation and growth in chronic rhinosinusitis - Timothy, Charles Biggs, Stephen Hayes, Philip G. Harries, Raymond Allan, Andrew Walls, Sylvia Pender and Rami Salib
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Microbial epidemiology and carriage studies for the evaluation of vaccines - Abigail, Lois Coughtrie, Johanna M. Jefferies, David Cleary, C. Patrick Doncaster, Saul Faust, Alex Kraaijeveld, Michael V. Moore, Mark Mullee, Paul J. Roderick, Jeremy Webb, Ho Ming Yuen and Stuart Clarke
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Upland Soil Cluster Gamma dominates methanotrophic communities in upland grassland soils - Yongcui Deng, Rongxiao Che, Fang Wang, Ralf Conrad, Marc Dumont, Juanli Yun, Yibo Wu, Ang Hu, Jie Fang, Zhihong Xu, Xiaoyong Cui and Yanfen Wang
Type: Article | 2019

Staphylococcus aureus internalisation in mast cells in nasal polyps - characterisation of interactions and potential mechanisms - Stephen Hayes, Timothy Charles Biggs, Simon Patrick Goldie, Philip G. Harries, Andrew Walls, Raymond Allan, Sylvia Pender and Rami Salib
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Laser direct-write patterned paper-based devices for detection of bacterial pathogens - Peijun He, Ioannis Katis, Catherine Bryant, Charles Keevil, Bhaskar Somani, Robert Eason and Collin Sones
Type: Conference or Workshop Item | 2019 | SPIE | Item not available on this server.

Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Ultrasound mediated therapies for the treatment of biofilms in chronic wounds: a review of present knowledge - Gareth, William Edward Lutheryn, Peter Glynne-Jones, Jeremy Webb and Dario Carugo
Type: Article | 2019

Bacteria and nanosilver: the quest for optimal production - Thomas Mabey, Domenico, Andrea Cristaldi, Petra Oyston, Karl Lymer, Eugen Stulz, Sandra Wilks, Charles Keevil and Xunli Zhang
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2019 | Item not available on this server.

The effect of land-use change on soil CH4 and N2O fluxes: a global meta-analysis - Marshall McDaniel, Debasish Saha, Marc Dumont, Marcela Hernandez Garcia and Mark Adams
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Evaluation of a bioengineered honey and Its synthetic equivalent as novel Staphylococcus aureus biofilm-targeted topical therapies in chronic rhinosinusitis - Dionyssia Papadopoulou, Alicja Dabrowska, Philip G. Harries, Jeremy Webb, Raymond Allan and Rami Salib
Type: Article | 2019

Distinct methanotrophic communities exist in habitats with different soil water contents - Liyan Zhang, Jonathan M. Adams, Marc G. Dumont, Yuntao Li, Yu Shi, Dan He, Jin Sheng He and Haiyan Chu
Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

Type: Article | 2019 | Item availability restricted.

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