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Genome expression dynamics reveal the parasitism regulatory landscape of the root-knot nematode Meloidogyne incognita and a promoter motif associated with effector genes Martine Da Rocha, Caroline Bournaud, Julie Dazenière, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Marc Bailly-Bechet, Clément Pellegrin, Arthur Péré, Priscila Grynberg, Laetitia Perfus-Barbeoch, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Etienne G. J. Danchin
Genes 2021 vol. 12
PHYTO-THREATS Sarah Green, David E. L. Cooke, Mike Dunn, Louise Barwell, Bethan Purse, Daniel S. Chapman, Gregory Valatin, Alexandra Schlenzig, Jane Barbrook, Tim Pettitt, Colin Price, Ana Pérez-Sierra, Debra Frederickson-Matika, Leighton Pritchard, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Peter J. A. Cock, Eva Randall, Beatrix Keillor, Mariella Marzano
Forests 2021 vol. 12
Draft genome assemblies for tree pathogens Phytophthora pseudosyringae and Phytophthora boehmeriae Peter Jacob Thorpe, Ramesh R Vetukuri, Pete E Hedley, Jenny Morris, Maximilian A Whisson, Lydia R J Welsh, Stephen C Whisson
G3: Genes, Genomes, Genetics 2021 vol. 11
Comparative genomics of two inbred lines of the potato cyst nematode Globodera rostochiensis reveals disparate effector family-specific diversification patterns Joris J.M. van Steenbrugge, Sven van den Elsen, Martijn Holterman, Mark G. Sterken, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Aska Goverse, Geert Smant, Johannes Helder
BMC Genomics 2021 vol. 22
Signatures of adaptation to a monocot host in the plant-parasitic cyst nematode Heterodera sacchari Somnath S. Pokhare, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Pete Hedley, Jennifer Morris, Samer S. Habash, Abdelnaser Elashry, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Florian M. W. Grundler, John Jones
The Plant Journal 2020 vol. 103 pp. 1263-1274
The genomic impact of selection for virulence against resistance in the potato cyst nematode, Globodera pallida Pierre-Yves Véronneau, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Peter J A Cock, Joanne Tze- Yin Lim, Miles R. Armstrong, Sławomir Janakowski, Mirosław Sobczak, Ingo Hein, Benjamin Mimee, John Jones, Vivian Blok
Genes 2020 vol. 11
Metabarcoding reveals a high diversity of woody host-associated Phytophthora spp. in soils at public gardens and amenity woodlands in Britain Carolyn E. Riddell, Debbie Frederickson-Matika, April C. Armstrong, Matt Elliot, Jack Forster, Pete E. Hedley, Jenny Morris, Peter Jacob Thorpe, David EL Cooke, Leighton Pritchard, Paul M. Sharp, Sarah Green
PeerJ 2019 vol. 7
Extensive Myzus cerasi transcriptional changes associated with detoxification genes upon primary to secondary host alternation Peter Jacob Thorpe, Carmen Escudero-Martinez, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Jorunn Bos
biorxiv 2018
Shared transcriptional control and disparate gain and loss of aphid parasitism genes Peter Jacob Thorpe, Carmen M Escudero-Martinez, Peter J A Cock, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Jorunn I B Bos
Genome Biology and Evolution 2018 vol. 10 pp. 2716-2733
The Phytophthora infestans haustorium is a site for secretion of diverse classes of infection-associated proteins Shumei Wang, Lydia Welsh, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Stephen C Whisson, Petra C Boevink, Paul R J Birch
mBio 2018 vol. 9
The transcriptomes of Xiphinema index and Longidorus elongatus suggest independent acquisition of some plant parasitism genes by horizontal gene transfer in early-branching nematodes Etienne G J Danchin, Laetitia Perfus-Barbeoch, Corinne Rancurel, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Martine Da Rocha, Simon Bajew, Roy Neilson, Elena Sokolova Guzeeva, Corinne Da Silva, Julie Guy, Karine Labadie, Daniel Esmenjaud, Johannes Helder, John Jones, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker
Genes 2017 vol. 8
The genome of the yellow potato cyst nematode, Globodera rostochiensis, reveals insights into the basis of parasitism and virulence Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Dominik R. Laetsch, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Catherine J. Lilley, Etienne G. J. Danchin, Martine Da Rocha, Corinne Rancurel, Nancy E. Holroyd, James A. Cotton, Amir Szitenberg, Eric Grenier, Josselin Montarry, Benjamin Mimee, Marc-Olivier Duceppe, Ian Boyes, Jessica M. C. Marvin, Laura M. Jones, Hazijah B. Yusup, Joël Lafond-Lapalme, Magali Esquibet, Michael Sabeh, Michael Rott, Hein Overmars, Anna Finkers-Tomczak, Geert Smant, Georgios Koutsovoulos, Vivian Blok, Sophie Mantelin, Peter J. A. Cock, Wendy Phillips, Bernard Henrissat, Peter E. Urwin, Mark Blaxter, John Jones
Genome Biology 2016 vol. 17
Suppression of plant defences by plant-parasitic nematodes Sophie Mantelin, Peter Jacob Thorpe, John Jones
2015 vol. 73 pp. 325-337
Only a small subset of the SPRY domain gene family in Globodera pallida is likely to encode effectors, two of which suppress host defences induced by the potato resistance gene Gpa2 Yuanyuan Mei, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Athanas Guzha, Annelies Haegeman, Vivian C. Blok, Katrin MacKenzie, Godelieve Gheysen, John Jones, Sophie Mantelin
Nematology 2015 vol. 17 pp. 409-424
The genome and life-stage specific transcriptomes of Globodera pallida elucidate key aspects of plant parasitism by a cyst nematode James A. Cotton, Catherine J. Lilley, Laura M. Jones, Taisei Kikuchi, Adam J. Reid, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Isheng J. Tsai, Helen Beasley, Vivian Blok, Peter J. A. Cock, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Nancy Holroyd, Martin Hunt, Sophie Mantelin, Hardeep Naghra, Arnab Pain, Juan E. Palomares-Rius, Magdalena Zarowiecki, Matthew Berriman, John Jones, Peter E. Urwin
Genome Biology 2014 vol. 15
Plant immunity in plant-aphid interactions Maelle Jaouannet, Patricia A. Rodriguez, Peter Jacob Thorpe, Camille J. G. Lenoir, Ruari MacLeod, Carmen Escudero-Martinez, Jorunn I. B. Bos
Frontiers in Plant Science 2014 vol. 5
Genomic characterisation of the effector complement of the potato cyst nematode Globodera pallida Peter Jacob Thorpe, Sophie Mantelin, Peter Ja Cock, Vivian C. Blok, Mirela C. Coke, Sebastian Eves-van den Akker, Elena Guzeeva, Catherine J. Lilley, Geert Smant, Adam J. Reid, Kathryn M. Wright, Peter E. Urwin, John Jones
BMC Genomics 2014 vol. 15


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Cataract surgery redesign Kim Lawrence Ah-See, Andrew Blaikie, Natalie Boyle, Jonathan Foulds, Catherine Wheeldon, Peter Wilson, Caroline Styles, Shona Sutherland, Roshini Sanders
Clinical Ophthalmology 2021 vol. 15 pp. 289—297
Eyecare education in times of COVID-19 Martin Anderson, Karsten Paust, Andrew Blaikie
Eye News 2021 vol. 27
Comparative evaluation of a low-cost solar powered otoscope with a traditional device among health care workers in Malawi Katharine Balfour, Amy McCarthy, Shi Ying Hey, Obaid Kousha, Emmanuel Singano, Wakisa Mulwafu, David F. D. L. Walker, Andrew Blaikie
Laryngoscope Investigative Otolaryngology 2021 vol. 6 pp. 839-843
Cataract risk stratification and prioritisation protocol in the COVID-19 era Kelvin Cheng, Martin Anderson, S. Velissaris, Robert Berkeley Reynolds Moreton, Ahmed Al-Mansour, Roshini Sanders, Shona Sutherland, Peter Wilson, Andrew Blaikie
BMC Health Services Research 2021 vol. 21
Frugal retinal laser training simulation eyes Obaid Kousha, Blazej Staniszewski, Juan Lopez Ulloa, Sonali Tarafdar, John Ellis, Andrew Blaikie
Eye 2021
Cerebral Visual Impairment on the web John Ravenscroft, Helen St Clair Tracy, Andrew Blaikie
Frontiers in Communication 2021 vol. 6
Normative data for peripapillary retinal nerve fibre layer OCT scans in patients of African descent Frederick Robert Burgess, Kazim Dhalla, Celina F. Mhina, Andrew Blaikie
Eye 2020
Comparative evaluation of a low cost ophthalmoscope (Arclight) for red reflex assessment among health care workers in Malawi E. Dooley, Obaid Kousha, J. Msosa, E. Ndaule , C. Abraham, J. Parr, Bernadette Ann-Marie O'Hare, Andrew Blaikie
BMJ Innovations 2020 vol. 6 pp. 113-116
Comment on Merlin Joseph Hetherington, Obaid Kousha, Ahmed Al Mansour Ali, Fisto Kitema, Andrew Blaikie
Eye (Basingstoke) 2020
Evaluation of a pilot interprofessional Arclight™ workshop for healthcare students in Rwanda Veronica O'Carroll, Jean Baptiste Sagahutu, Denys Ndayambaje, Dieudonné Kayiranga, Nadine Rujeni, Andrew Blaikie
Journal of Interprofessional Care 2020 vol. 35 pp. 637-640
Does access to a portable ophthalmoscope improve skill acquisition in direct ophthalmoscopy? A method comparison study in undergraduate medical education J A Gilmour-White, A Picton, Andrew Blaikie, A K Denniston, R Blanch, J Coleman, P I Murray
BMC Medical Education 2019 vol. 19
The arclight and how to use it Obaid Kousha, Andrew Blaikie
Community Eye Health Journal 2019 vol. 32 pp. 50-51
Comparative evaluation of a novel solar powered low-cost ophthalmoscope (Arclight) by eye healthcare workers in Malawi Rebecca Blundell, David Roberts, Evridiki Fioratou, Carl Abrahams, Joseph Msosa, Tamara Chirambo, Andrew Blaikie
BMJ Innovations 2018 vol. 4 pp. 98-102
Creation of wide field retinal images from narrow field video acquired by an Arclight direct ophthalmoscope Colin Goudie, Keylor Chaves, Oggie Arandelovic, William James Williams, Andrew Blaikie
2018 vol. 46 pp. 116-116
Retinopathy of prematurity in the United Kingdom Gillian Gw Adams, Catey Bunce, Wen Xing, Lucilla Butler, Vernon Long, Aravind Reddy, Annegret H. Dahlmann-Noor, Joseph Abbott, Wagih Aclimandos, Gill Adams, Ayman Al-Khaier, Louise Allen, Kayvan Arashvan, Jane Ashworth, Faye Barampouti, Jonathan Barnes, Victoria Barrett, John Sebastian Barry, Adam Bates, Tulin Berk, Susmito Biswas, Andrew Blaikie, Rosie Brennan, Howard Bunting, Jeremy Butcher, Tailoi Chan-Ling, Jonathan Chan, Christopher Child, Jessy Choi, David Peter Clark, Luke Clifford, Ahmad Dabbagh, Annegret Dahlmann-Noor, Gervase Dawidek, Luna Dhir, Karen Drake, Richard Edwards, Leonard Esakowitz, Julia Escardo-Paton, A Mark Evans, Brian Fleck, Vernon Geh, Nick George, Lawrence Gnanaray, Raina Goyal, Paul Haigh, Joanne Hancox, Richard Haynes, David Blakeley Jones, Simon Taylor
Eye (Basingstoke) 2018 vol. 32 pp. 1752-1759
An Unusual Cause of Optic Atrophy in Childhood Andrew Blaikie, Swetha Jeganathan, Ala Noaman
Ophthalmology and Vision Science 2017 vol. 1.3 pp. 125
Arclight Andrew Blaikie, John Sandford-Smith, Sahib Y Tuteja, Christopher D Williams, Christopher O'Callaghan
British Medical Journal 2016 vol. 355
How to assess eyes and vision in infants and preschool children Andrew Blaikie, Gordon N. Dutton
BMJ (Online) 2015 vol. 350
Electronic Restoration of Vision Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2013 vol. 44
The ophthalmic consequences of prematurity Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2013 vol. 48
Using electronic referral with digital imaging between primary and secondary ophthalmic services S. Borooah, B. Grant, Andrew Blaikie, C. Styles, S. Sutherland, G. Forrest, P. Curry, J. Legg, Alan Melville Walker, Roshini Sanders
Eye (Basingstoke) 2013 vol. 27 pp. 392-397
Capillary haemangioma successfully treated with oral beta-blocker in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania Adam Cloke, Lik Thai Lim, Andrew Blaikie
Seminars in Ophthalmology 2013 vol. 28 pp. 32-33
Success rates of endoscopic-assisted probing for congenital nasolacrimal duct obstruction in children Sofia Theodoropoulou, M. S.M. Sutherland, Kerry Adrienne Roper Haddow, Andrew Blaikie
Journal of Laryngology and Otology 2013 vol. 127 pp. 794-798
Ultra-wide field imaging of retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) using Optomap-200TX Sofia Theodoropoulou, Sean Ainsworth, Andrew Blaikie
BMJ Case Reports 2013
Gene Therapy for Visually Impairing Conditions Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2012 vol. 37
Keratoconus in Children Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2011 vol. 35
Focus on Cerebral Visual Impairment Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2010
Focus on Vitamin A deficiency Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2010
Focus on Cataract Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2009
Focus on Glaucoma Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2009
Focus on Prematurity Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2009
Focus on Stargardt’s Disease Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2009
Focus On’ Breaking Bad News Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2008
Gene therapy for retinal disease Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2008
A novel method of notification to profile childhood visual impairment in Scotland to meet the needs of children with visual impairment John Ravenscroft, Andrew Blaikie, Caroline Macewen, Anne O'hare, Lyn Creswell, Gordon N. Dutton
The British Journal of Visual Impairment 2008 vol. 26 pp. 170-189
Focus On’ Toxoplasmosis Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2007
Colour Vision Difficulties in Children Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2006
Focus On’ Coloboma Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2006
Focus On’ Lowes Syndrome Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2006
‘Focus On’ Ocular Motor Apraxia Andrew Blaikie
Insights 2006
Paediatric low vision in Queensland Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2005 vol. 43
Optometric and ophthalmic contact in elderly hip fracture patients with visual impairment A. Cox, Andrew Blaikie, Caroline Macewen, D. Jones, K. Thompson, D. Holding, T. Sharma, S. Miller, S. Dobson, Roshini Sanders
Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics 2005 vol. 25 pp. 357-362
Visual impairment in elderly patients with hip fracture A. Cox, Andrew Blaikie, Caroline Macewen, D. Jones, K. Thompson, D. Holding, T. Sharma, S. Miller, S. Dobson, Roshini Sanders
Eye 2005 vol. 19 pp. 652-656
Glaucoma electronic patient record - Design, experience and study of high-risk patients F. Imrie, Andrew Blaikie, C. Cobb, A. Sinclair, D. Wilson, S. Dobson, Roshini Sanders
Eye 2005 vol. 19 pp. 956-962
'Focus on’ Aniridia Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2004
Focus on’ Retinitis Pigmentosa Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2004
Focus on’ Retinoblastoma Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2004
Focus on’ Cataracts Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2003
Focus on’ Glaucoma Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2003
Focus on’ Marfan’s Disease Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2003
Focus on’ Optic Nerve Hypoplasia Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2003
Fife Ophthalmology department benefits from EPR Andrew Blaikie
The British Journal of Healthcare Computing and Information Management 2002
Focus on’ Retinopathy of Prematurity Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2002
Focus on’ Leber’s Congenital Amaurosis Andrew Blaikie
Visability Journal 2001
Choroidal Osteoma; A Case Report Andrew Blaikie
Eye News 1998
Eye disease associated with handling pet tarantulas Andrew Blaikie, John Ellis, Roshini Sanders, Caroline Macewen
British Medical Journal 1997 vol. 314 pp. 1524-1525
Hair Flicking by Tarantulas : A Photo Essay Andrew Blaikie
Eye News 1997
Tarantula Hair Ophthalmia Nodosa Andrew Blaikie
Community Eye Health Journal 1997


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Plasmodium knowlesi – clinical isolate genome sequencing to inform translational same-species model system for severe malaria Cyrus John Daneshvar, Janet Cox-Singh
Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology 2021 vol. 11
Plasmodium knowlesi Janet Cox-Singh
Parasitology 2018 vol. 145 pp. 1-5
Plasmodium knowlesi – an emerging pathogen M.A. Ahmed, Janet Cox-Singh
ISBT Science Series 2015 vol. 10 pp. 134-140
Plasmodium knowlesi Janet Cox-Singh, Richard Culleton
Trends in Parasitology 2015 vol. 31
Human infections with Plasmodium knowlesi - zoonotic malaria Janet Cox-Singh
Clinical Microbiology and Infection 2015 vol. 21 pp. 640-648
Plasmodium knowlesi genome sequences from clinical isolates reveal extensive genomic dimorphism Miguel Monsanto Pinheiro, Md Atique Ahmed, Theo Sanderson, Thomas D Otto, Woon Chan Lu, Sanjeev Krishna, Julian C Rayner, Janet Cox-Singh
PLoS One 2015 vol. 10
Disease progression in Plasmodium knowlesi malaria is linked to variation in invasion gene family members Atique M. Ahmed, Miguel Monsanto Pinheiro, Paul C. Divis, Angela Siner, Ramlah Zainudin, Ing Tien Wong, Chan Woon Lu, Sarina K. Singh-Khaira, Sean Lynch, Matthias Willmann, Balbir Singh, Sanjeev Krishna, Janet Cox-Singh
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases 2014 vol. 8
Evaluation of three rapid diagnostic tests for the detection of human infections with Plasmodium knowlesi Deshka Foster, Janet Cox-Singh, Dayang S. A. Mohamad, Sanjeev Krishna, Pek P. Chin, Balbir Singh
Malaria Journal 2014 vol. 13
Susceptibility of human plasmodium knowlesi infections to anti-malarials Farrah A. Fatih, Henry M. Staines, Angela Siner, Mohammed Atique Ahmed, Lu Chan Woon, Erica M. Pasini, Clemens H. M. Kocken, Balbir Singh, Janet Cox-Singh, Sanjeev Krishna
Malaria Journal 2013 vol. 12
Zoonotic malaria Janet Cox-Singh
Current Opinion in Infectious Diseases 2012 vol. 25 pp. 530-536
Cytoadherence and virulence - the case of Plasmodium knowlesi malaria Farrah A. Fatih, Angela Siner, Atique Ahmed, Lu Chan Woon, Alister G. Craig, Balbir Singh, Sanjeev Krishna, Janet Cox-Singh
Malaria Journal 2012 vol. 11
Droplet microfluidics platform for highly sensitive and quantitative detection of malaria-causing plasmodium parasites based on enzyme activity measurement Sissel Juul, Christine J F Nielsen, Rodrigo Labouriau, Amit Roy, Cinzia Tesauro, Pia W. Jensen, Charlotte Harmsen, Emil L. Kristoffersen, Ya Ling Chiu, Rikke Frohlich, Paola Fiorani, Janet Cox-Singh, David Tordrup, Jorn Koch, Anne Lise Bienvenu, Alessandro Desideri, Stephane Picot, Eskild Petersen, Kam W. Leong, Yi Ping Ho, Magnus Stougaard, Birgitta R. Knudsen
ACS Nano 2012 vol. 6 pp. 10676-10683
Laboratory markers of disease severity in Plasmodium knowlesi infection: a case control study Matthias Willmann, Atique Ahmed, Angela Siner, Ing Tien Wong, Lu Chan Woon, Balbir Singh, Sanjeev Krishna, Janet Cox-Singh
Malaria Journal 2012 vol. 11
Anti-inflammatory cytokines predominate in acute human Plasmodium knowlesi infections Janet Cox-Singh, Balbir Singh, Cyrus Daneshvar, Timothy Planche, John Parker-Williams, Sanjeev Krishna, Janet Cox-Singh
PLoS One 2011 vol. 6
Plasmodium knowlesi Kim-Sung Lee, Paul C. S. Divis, Siti Khatijah Zakaria, Asmad Matusop, Roynston A. Julin, David J. Conway, Janet Cox-Singh, Balbir Singh
PLoS Pathogens 2011 vol. 7
Population genetic analysis of large sequence polymorphisms in Plasmodium falciparum blood-stage antigens Ambroise D. Ahouidi, Amy K. Bei, Daniel E. Neafsey, Ousmane Sarr, Sarah Volkman, Dan Milner, Janet Cox-Singh, Marcelo U. Ferreira, Omar Ndir, Zul Premji, Souleymane Mboup, Manoj T. Duraisingh, Janet Cox-Singh
Infection Genetics and Evolution 2010 vol. 10 pp. 200-206
Severe malaria - a case of fatal Plasmodium knowlesi infection with post-mortem findings Janet Cox-Singh, Jessie Hiu, Sebastian B. Lucas, Paul C. Divis, Mohammad Zulkarnaen, Patricia Chandran, Kum T. Wong, Patricia Adem, Sherif R. Zaki, Balbir Singh, Sanjeev Krishna
Malaria Journal 2010 vol. 9
Malaria: what can apes teach humans? Janet Cox-Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
Future Microbiology 2010 vol. 5 pp. 1157-1160
Clinical and parasitological response to oral chloroquine and primaquine in uncomplicated human Plasmodium knowlesi infections Cyrus Daneshvar, Timothy M. E. Davis, Janet Cox-Singh, Mohammad Z. Rafa'ee, Siti K. Zakaria, Paul C. S. Divis, Balbir Singh
Malaria Journal 2010 vol. 9
Knowlesi malaria in Vietnam Janet Cox-Singh
Malaria Journal 2009 vol. 8
Clinical and Laboratory Features of Human Plasmodium knowlesi Infection Cyrus Daneshvar, Timothy M. E. Davis, Janet Cox-Singh, Mohammad Zakri Rafa'ee, Siti Khatijah Zakaria, Paul C. S. Divis, Balbir Singh
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2009 vol. 49 pp. 852-860
Plasmodium knowlesi from archival blood films Kim-Sung Lee, Janet Cox-Singh, George Brooke, Asmad Matusop, Balbir Singh
International Journal for Parasitology 2009 vol. 39 pp. 1125-1128
Micro-geographic risk factors for malarial infection Ward P. Myers, Andrea P. Myers, Janet Cox-Singh, Hui C. Lau, Benny Mokuai, Richard Malley
Malaria Journal 2009 vol. 8
Plasmodium knowlesi malaria in humans is widely distributed and potentially life threatening Janet Cox-Singh, Timothy M. E. Davis, Kim-Sung Lee, Sunita S. G. Shamsul, Asmad Matusop, Shanmuga Ratnam, Hasan A. Rahman, David J. Conway, Balbir Singh
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2008 vol. 46 pp. 165-171
Knowlesi malaria: newly emergent and of public health importance? Janet Cox-Singh, Balbir Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
Trends in Parasitology 2008 vol. 24 pp. 406-410
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2008 vol. 79 pp. 278-278
Comparison of artemether-lumefantrine with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine for the treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in eastern Nepal Suman Thapa, Judith Hollander, Mary Linehan, Janet Cox-Singh, Mahendra B. Bista, Garib D. Thakur, Wendy A. Davis, Timothy M. E. Davis, Janet Cox-Singh
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2007 vol. 77 pp. 423-430
Fragmented population structure of Plasmodium falciparum in a region of declining endemicity T G Anthony, D J Conway, J Cox-Singh, A Matusop, S Ratnam, S Shamsul, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
Journal of Infectious Diseases 2005 vol. 191 pp. 1558-1564
A large focus of naturally acquired Plasmodium knowlesi infections in human beings B Singh, L K Sung, A Matusop, A Radhakrishnan, S S G Shamsul, J Cox-Singh, Andrew Thomas, D J Conway, Janet Cox-Singh
Lancet 2004 vol. 363 pp. 1017-1024
Application of a multi-faceted approach for the assessment of treatment response in falciparum malaria: a study from Malaysian Borneo J Cox-Singh, H Y Lu, T M E Davis, K F Ilett, L P Hackett, A Matusop, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
International Journal for Parasitology 2003 vol. 33 pp. 1545-1552
Treatment of uncomplicated falciparum malaria in southern Vietnam: Can chloroquine or sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine be reintroduced in combination with artesunate? N M Huong, T M E Davis, J Cox-Singh, S Hewitt, T Q Toan, N T Hanh, V N Phuong, D H Nhan, L D Cong, Janet Cox-Singh
Clinical Infectious Diseases 2003 vol. 37 pp. 1461-1466
The impact of ecological conditions on the prevalence of malaria among orangutans. Nathan D. Wolfe, William B. Karesh, Annelisa M. Kilbourn, Janet Cox-Singh, Edwin J. Bosi, Hasan A. Rahman, Adria Tassy Prosser, Balbir Singh, Mahedi Andau, Andrew Spielman
Vector Borne Zoonotic Dis 2002 vol. 2 pp. 97-103
Short report Janet Cox-Singh, R. Zakaria, Mohammed Abdulmuttaleb M Abdullah, H. A. Rahman, S. Nagappan, B. Singh
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 2001 vol. 64 pp. 28-31
Parasites that cause problems in Malaysia: soil-transmitted helminths and malaria parasites B Singh, J Cox-Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
Trends in Parasitology 2001 vol. 17 pp. 597-600
Sensitivity of the nested-polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay for Brugia malayi and significance of 'free' DNA in PCR-based assays J Cox-Singh, A S Pomrehn, N D Wolfe, H A Rahman, H Y Lu, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
International Journal for Parasitology 2000 vol. 30 pp. 1177-1179
HLA degenerate T-cell epitopes from Plasmodium falciparum liver stage-specific antigen 1 (LSA-1) are highly conserved in isolates from geographically distinct areas M Ravichandran, D L Doolan, J Cox-Singh, S L Hoffman, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
Parasite Immunology 2000 vol. 22 pp. 469-473
Simple blood-spot sampling with nested polymerase chain reaction detection for epidemiology studies on Brugia malayi J Cox-Singh, A S Pomrehn, H A Rahman, R Zakaria, Alan Miller, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
International Journal for Parasitology 1999 vol. 29 pp. 717-721
A genus- and species-specific nested polymerase chain reaction malaria detection assay for epidemiologic studies B Singh, A Bobogare, J Cox-Singh, G Snounou, M S Abdullah, H A Rahman, Janet Cox-Singh
American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1999 vol. 60 pp. 687-692
Increased sensitivity of malaria detection by nested polymerase chain reaction using simple sampling and DNA extraction J Cox-Singh, S Mahayet, M S Abdullah, B Singh, Janet Cox-Singh
International Journal for Parasitology 1997 vol. 27 pp. 1575-1577
Detection of malaria in Malaysia by nested polymerase chain reaction amplification of dried blood spots on filter papers Balbir Singh, Janet Cox-Singh, Andy Olivier Miller, Mohammed Abdulmuttaleb M Abdullah, Georges Snounou, Hasan Abdul Rahman
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1996 vol. 90 pp. 519-521
Assessment of the association between three pfmdr1 point mutations and chloroquine resistance in vitro of Malaysian Plasmodium falciparum isolates Janet Cox-Singh, B. Singh, A. Alias, Mohammed Abdulmuttaleb M Abdullah
Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 1995 vol. 89 pp. 436-437
Stage specific differences in steady state levels of mRNA encoding the major surface glycoprotein of Brugia pahangi Janet Cox-Singh, M. J.I. Paine, E. Devaney
Tropical Medicine and Parasitology 1994 vol. 45 pp. 352-354
Plasmodium chabaudi Janet Cox-Singh, S. SEMOFF, M. HOMMEL
Parasite Immunology 1987 vol. 9 pp. 543-561