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  1. Assessing Risk of E. coli Resuspension from Intertidal Estuarine Sediments: Implications for Water Quality

    Wyness, A. J., Paterson, D. M., Rimmer, J. E. V., Defew, E. C., Stutter, M. I. & Avery, L. M., 5/09/2019, In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 16, 18, 13 p., 3255.

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  2. Co-infection of Newcastle disease virus genotype XIII with low pathogenic avian influenza exacerbates clinical outcome of Newcastle disease in vaccinated layer poultry flocks

    Gowthaman, V., Singh, S. D., Dhama, K., Ramakrishnan, M. A., Malik, Y. P. S., Gopala Krishna Murthy, T. R., Chitra, R. & Munir, M., 1/09/2019, In: Virusdisease. 30, 3, p. 441–452 12 p.

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  3. Determining E. coli burden on pasture in a headwater catchment: combined field and modelling approach

    Oliver, D., Page, T., Zhang, T., Heathwaite, L., Beven, K., Carter, H., McShane, G., Keenan, P. & Haygarth, P., 08/2012, In: Environment International. 43, p. 6-12 7 p.

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  4. Development and testing of a risk indexing framework to determine field-scale critical source areas of faecal bacteria on grassland.

    Oliver, D. M., Page, T., Hodgson, C. J., Heathwaite, A. L., Chadwick, D. R., Fish, R. D. & Winter, M., 04/2010, In: Environmental Modelling and Software. 25, 4, p. 503-512 10 p.

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  5. Re-shaping models of E. coli population dynamics in livestock faeces: increased bacterial risk to humans?

    Oliver, D. M., Page, T., Heathwaite, A. L. & Haygarth, P. M., 01/2010, In: Environmental International. 36, 1, p. 1-7 7 p.

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  6. A cross-disciplinary toolkit to assess the risk of faecal indicator loss from grassland farm systems to surface waters.

    Oliver, D. M., Fish, R., Hodgson, C. J., Heathwaite, A. L., Chadwick, D. R. & Winter, M., 02/2009, In: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. 129, 4, p. 401-412 12 p.

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  7. Preferential attachment of Escherichia coli to different particle size fractions of an agricultural grassland soil.

    Oliver, D. M., Clegg, C. D., Heathwaite, A. L. & Haygarth, P., 10/2007, In: Water, Air, and Soil Pollution. 185, 1-4, p. 369-375 7 p.

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  8. Differential E. coli die-off patterns associated with agricultural matrices.

    Oliver, D. M., Haygarth, P. M., Clegg, C. D. & Heathwaite, L., 15/09/2006, In: Environmental Science and Technology. 40, 18, p. 5710-5716 7 p.

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  9. Analysis of sequence periodicity in E-coli proteins: empirical investigation of the "duplication and divergence" theory of protein evolution

    Gatherer, D. & McEwan, N. R., 08/2003, In: Journal of Molecular Evolution. 57, 2, p. 149-158 10 p.

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