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Jun-2021Point-of-Care Haemoglobin testing in African hospitals: a neglected essential diagnostic testUyoga, S; George, EC; Bates, I; Olupot-Olupot, P; Chimalizeni, Y, et al
Jun-2021Transfusion management of severe anaemia in African children: a consensus algorithmMaitland, K; Kiguli, S; Olupot-Olupot, P; Opoka, RO; Chimalizeni, Y, et al
1-Jun-2019P13-2 Prevalence of recurrent Extended Spectrum Beta-Lactamase (ESBL) urinary tract infections (UTIs) in patients within a Urology service and introducing the concept of Faecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT) as a treatment modalityGhani, R; Gan, C; Mullish, BH; Ferizoli, V; Davies, F, et al
23-Jan-2015Systems genetics identifies Sestrin 3 as a regulator of a proconvulsant gene network in human epileptic hippocampusJohnson, MR; Behmoaras, J; Bottolo, L; Krishnan, ML; Pernhorst, K, et al
1-Sep-2019CD32 expressing doublets in HIV infected gut-associated lymphoid are associated with a T follicular helper cell phenotypeThornhill, J; Pace, M; Genevieve, M; Hoare, J; Peake, S, et al
31-May-20197 – The icon study: Inflammatory bowel disease and recurrent clostridium difficile infection: Outcomes after fecal microbiota transplantationAllegretti, JR; Hurtado, J; Carrellas, M; Marcus, J; Phelps, E, et al
31-May-2019Sa1924 – Effect of short chain fatty acids on gut-brain axis using a microglial cell modelChurchward, MA; Michaud, ER; Blanco, JM; Garcia-Perez, I; Mullish, BH, et al
31-May-2019Mo1953 – Growth inhibition of clostridioides difficile by short and medium chain fatty acidsMcDonald, JA; Perez, JL; Mullish, BH; Marchesi, J; , et al
31-May-2019621 – Fecal microbiota transplantation for the treatment of obesity: A randomized, placebo-controlled pilot trialAllegretti, JR; Kassam, Z; Chiang, AL; Mullish, BH; Carrellas, M, et al
18-Dec-2019A prospective cohort analysis of gut microbial co-metabolism in Alaska Native and rural African people at high and low risk of colorectal cancerOcvirk, S; Wilson, AS; Posma, JM; Li, JV; Koller, KR, et al