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Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Clare Gaukroger
Dr Christopher Stewart
Emerita Professor Sandra Edwards
Dr Ian Adams
Professor Ilias Kyriazakis
et al.
Changes in faecal microbiota profiles associated with performance and birthweight of piglets2020
Andrea Masi
Dr Beate Haugk
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Linda Sharp
Professor James Shaw
et al.
Endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) guided fine needle biopsy (FNB) formalin preserved paraffin embedded (FFPE) pancreatic tissue samples are a potential resource for microbiota analysis2020
Dr Christopher Stewart
Microbiota Analysis Using Sequencing by Synthesis: From Library Preparation to Sequencing2020
Dr Lucy Crouch
Dr Arnaud Basle
Dr Chris Lamb
Dr Christopher Stewart
Kate Cooke
et al.
Prominent members of the human gut microbiota express endo-acting O-glycanases to initiate mucin breakdown2020
Dr Sara Fernstad
Mx Alexander Macquisten
Dr Janet Berrington
Professor Nicholas Embleton
Dr Christopher Stewart
et al.
Quality Metrics to Guide Visual Analysis of High Dimensional Genomics Data2020
Dr Christopher Stewart
Stem cell-derived enteroid cultures as a tool for dissecting host-parasite interactions in the small intestinal epithelium2020
Andrea Masi
Dr Sara Koo
Dr Chris Lamb
Professor Linda Sharp
Dr James Hampton
et al.
Using faecal immunochemical test (FIT) undertaken in a national screening programme for large-scale gut microbiota analysis2020
Dr Christopher Stewart
Bacteroides ovatus ATCC 8483 monotherapy is superior to traditional fecal transplant and multi-strain bacteriotherapy in a murine colitis model2019
Dr Christopher Stewart
Association of respiratory viruses with serum metabolome in infants with severe bronchiolitis2019
Dr Anthony Watson
Dr Dave Houghton
Dr Peter Avery
Dr Christopher Stewart
Dr Kirsten Brandt
et al.
Changes in stool frequency following chicory inulin consumption, and effects on stool consistency, quality of life and composition of gut microbiota2019
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