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  • The bacterial pedome associated with foot pathologies in sheep: a case study. 

    Chambers, Alex K.; Jones, H. G.; Wilkinson, Toby; Worgan, Hilary J.; Warr, A.; Huson, Kathryn M.; McEwan, Neil R. (SIVAR https://cms.sivarnet.it/it/lar, 2018-12-31)
    CHAMBERS, A.K., JONES, H.G., WILKINSON, T., WORGAN, H.J., A. WARR, A., HUSON, K.M. and MCEWAN, N.R. 2018. The bacterial pedome associated with foot pathologies in sheep: a case study. Large animal review [online], 24(6), pages 243-246. Available from: https://cms.sivarnet.it/it/lar
    Hoof lameness is considered to be a major health issue in sheep, and can impact on both animal welfare and production of livestock. However the causes, although generally assumed to have a microbiological basis, are poorly ...
  • Comparison of the microbial population in rabbits and guinea pigs by next generation sequencing. 

    Crowley, Edward J.; King, Jonathan M.; Wilkinson, Toby; Worgan, Hilary J.; Huson, Kathryn M.; Rose, Michael T.; McEwan, Neil R. (Public Library of Science https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0165779, 2017-02-09)
    CROWLEY, E.J., KING, J.M., WILKINSON, T., WORGAN, H.J., HUSON, K.M., ROSE, M.T. and MCEWAN, N.R. 2017. Comparison of the microbial population in rabbits and guinea pigs by next generation sequencing. PLOS one [online], 12(2), e0165779. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0165779
    This study aimed to determine the microbial composition of faeces from two groups of caecotrophagic animals; rabbits and guinea pigs. In addition the study aimed to determine the community present in the different organs ...
  • Evaluation of the microbiome of decaying alder nodules by next generation sequencing. 

    McEwan, Neil R.; Wilkinson, Toby; Girdwood, Susan E.; Snelling, Tim J.; Collins, Tatiana; Dougal, Kirsty; Jones, David L.; Godbold, Douglas L. (International Society of Endocytobiology http://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/receive/jportal_jparticle_00501405, 2017-06-02)
    MCEWAN, N.R., WILKINSON T., GIRDWOOD, S.E., SNELLING, T.J., COLLINS, T., DOUGAL, K., JONES, D.L. and GODBOLD, D.L. 2017. Evaluation of the microbiome of decaying alder nodules by next generation sequencing. Endocytobiosis and cell research [online], 28(1), pages 14-19. Available from: http://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/receive/jportal_jparticle_00501405.
    This work investigated the microbial content of decaying nodules from alders. The 16S rDNA composition of the microbiome of six senescent alder nodules was investigated by 454 sequencing. All nodules still had some Frankia ...
  • Lobes on Alnus glutinosa nodules contain a single major ribo-type of Frankia. 

    McEwan, Neil R.; Snelling, Tim J.; Collins, Tatiana; Girdwood, Susan E.; Wilkinson, Toby; Dougal, Kirsty; Jones, David L.; Godbold, Douglas L. (International Society of Endocytobiology https://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/receive/jportal_jparticle_00364367, 2015-12-31)
    MCEWAN, N.R., SNELLING, T.J., COLLINS, T., GIRDWOOD, S.E., WILKINSON, T., DOUGAL, K., JONES, D.L. and GODBOLD, D.L. 2015. Lobes on Alnus glutinosa nodules contain a single major ribo-type of Frankia. Journal of endocytobiosis and cell research [online], 26, pages 83-86. Available from: https://zs.thulb.uni-jena.de/receive/jportal_jparticle_00364367
    This work investigated the microbial content of nodules from alders to determine how many ribotypes of Frankia were present and which, if any, other bacteria existed within nodes from the nodules. The bacterial content of ...
  • Using next-generation sequencing to determine diversity of horse intestinal worms: identifying the equine ‘nemabiome’. 

    Mitchell, Catriona J.; O'Sullivan, Catherine M.; Pinloche, Eric; Wilkinson, Toby; Morphew, Russell M.; McEwan, Neil R. (Japanese Society of Equine Science https://doi.org/10.1294/jes.30.1, 2019-04-03)
    MITCHELL, C.J., O'SULLIVAN, C.M., PINLOCHE, E., WILKINSON, T., MORPHEW, R.M. and MCEWAN, N.R. 2019. Using next generation sequencing to determine diversity of horse intestinal worms: identifying the equine 'nemabiome'. Journal of equine science [online], 30(1), pages 1-5. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1294/jes.30.1
    Next generation sequencing of DNA from nematode eggs has been utilised to give the first account of the equine ‘nemabiome’. In all equine faecal samples investigated, multiple species of Strongylidae were detected; ranging ...