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  1. Pooled sequencing of 531 genes in inflammatory bowel disease identifies an associated rare variant in BTNL2 and implicates other immune related genes

    Prescott, N. J., Lehne, B., Stone, K., Lee, J. C., Taylor, K., Knight, J., Papouli, E., Mirza, M. M., Simpson, M. A., Spain, S. L., Lu, G., Fraternali, F., Bumpstead, S. J., Gray, E., Amar, A., Bye, H., Green, P., Chung-Faye, G., Hayee, BH., Pollok, R., & 10 othersSatsangi, J., Parkes, M., Barrett, J. C., Mansfield, J. C., Sanderson, J., Lewis, C. M., Weale, M. E., Schlitt, T., Mathew, C. G. & UK IBD Genetics Consortium, 11/02/2015, In: PLoS Genetics. 11, 2, e1004955.

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  2. Deep sequencing analysis of defective genomes of parainfluenza virus 5 and their role in interferon induction

    Killip, M. J., Young, D. F., Gatherer, D., Ross, C. S., Short, J. A. L., Davison, A. J., Goodbourn, S. & Randall, R. E., 05/2013, In: Journal of Virology. 87, 9, p. 4798-4807 10 p.

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  3. Molecular methods of virus detection in lymphoma

    Jarrett, R. F., Gallagher, A. & Gatherer, D., 2013, Lymphoma: methods and protocols. Küppers, R. (ed.). Humana Press, p. 277-293 17 p. (Methods in Molecular Biology; vol. 971).

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