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1-Jan-2014Activity of benzimidazoles against Dientamoeba fragilis (Trichomonadida, Monocercomonadidae) in vitro and correlation of beta-tubulin sequences as an indicator of resistanceStark, D; Barratt, JLN; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, JT; Ellis, J
1-Apr-2011The ambiguous life of Dientamoeba fragilis: the need to investigate current hypotheses on transmission.Barratt, JLN; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Ellis, JT; Stark, D
1-Jun-2011A case-controlled study of Dientamoeba fragilis infections in childrenBanik, GR; Barratt, JLN; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT; Stark, D
1-Oct-2009Clinical significance of enteric protozoa in the immunosuppressed human populationStark, D; Barratt, JLN; Van Hal, S; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
1-Jan-2014Description of Dientamoeba fragilis cyst and precystic forms from human samplesStark, D; Garcia, LS; Barratt, JLN; Phillips, O; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
2013Dientamoeba fragilis : an emerging human pathogenBarratt, JLN
1-Jan-2011Evaluation of multiplex tandem real-time PCR for Detection of Cryptosporidium spp., Dientamoeba fragilis, Entamoeba histolytica, and Giardia intestinalis in clinical stool samplesStark, D; Al-Qassab, SE; Barratt, JLN; Stanley, K; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT
1-Oct-2010Importance of nonenteric protozoan infections in immunocompromised peopleBarratt, JLN; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Ellis, JT; Stark, D
1-Jan-2015Improving the gene structure annotation of the apicomplexan parasite Neospora caninum fulfils a vital requirement towards an in silico-derived vaccineGoodswen, SJ; Barratt, JLN; Kennedy, PJ; Ellis, JT
1-Nov-2010Newly defined conditions for the in vitro cultivation and cryopreservation of Dientamoeba fragilis: New techniques set to fast track molecular studies on this organismBarratt, JLN; Banik, GR; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Ellis, JT; Stark, D
1-Jan-2011A review of Dientamoeba fragilis carriage in humans: Several reasons why this organism should be considered in the diagnosis of gastrointestinal illnessBarratt, JLN; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Ellis, JT; Stark, D