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  • 1.   Application of restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of VP7-encoding genes: fine comparison of Irish and global rotavirus isolates

    The aim of the study was to compare restriction fragment length polymorphism detection assay developed to examine the genetic relationship(s) among VP7-encoding genes from 100 Irish rotavirus isolates and 30 randomly selected global rotavirus isolates

    J Clin Microbiol, Vol: 40 Page: 524-31 February 2002
    F. O'Halloran; M. Lynch; B. Cryan; S. Fanning

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  • 2.   Identification and characterization of the novel FAD-binding lobe G75S mutation in cytochrome b(5) reductase: an aid to determine recessive congenital methemoglobinemia status in an infant

    These case reports discuss a novel G to A mutation at position 15,635 in the DIAI gene of a 4-month-old baby that results in a glycine to serine substitution at codon 75 in the cytochrome b(5) reductase protein

    Blood Cells Mol Dis, Vol: 36 Page: 81-90 2006 Jan-Feb
    M. J. Percy; L. J. Crowley; D. Roper; T. J. Vulliamy; D. M. Layton; M. J. Barber

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  • 3.   Molecular epidemiology of cystic fibrosis-linked Burkholderia cepacia complex isolates from three national referral centres in Ireland

    The aim of this study was to investigate Burkholderia cepacia using molecular subtyping protocols for evidence of genetic relationships and for the presence of antibiotic resistance-encoding class 1 integron structures

    J Appl Microbiol, Vol: 92 Page: 992-1004 2002
    D. Crowley; M. Daly; B. Lucey; P. Shine; J. J. Collins; B. Cryan; J. E. Moore; P. Murphy; G. Buckley; S. Fanning

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  • 4.   Prevalence and characterization of enteric adenoviruses in the South of Ireland

    The aim of this study was to examine the prevalence and characterization of enteric adenoviruses in the South of Ireland

    J Med Virol, Vol: 79 Page: 1518-26 October 2007
    G. Lennon; O. Cashman; K. Lane; B. Cryan; H. O'Shea

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