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14-Sep-2009Repeated Dientamoeba fragilis infections: a case report of two families from Sydney, Australia.Stark, D; Barratt, J; Ellis, J; Harkness, J; Marriott, D
30-Aug-2016Detection of Dientamoeba fragilis in animal faeces using species specific real time PCR assayChan, D; Barratt, J; Roberts, T; Phillips, O; Šlapeta, J; Ryan, U; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J; Stark, D
3-Mar-2015Molecular epidemiology of imported cases of leishmaniasis in Australia from 2008 to 2014Roberts, T; Barratt, J; Sandaradura, I; Lee, R; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Ellis, J; Stark, D
12-Jan-2017Isolation of Novel Trypanosomatid, Zelonia australiensis sp. nov. (Kinetoplastida: Trypanosomatidae) Provides Support for a Gondwanan Origin of Dixenous Parasitism in the LeishmaniinaeBarratt, J; Kaufer, A; Peters, B; Craig, D; Lawrence, A; Roberts, T; Lee, R; McAuliffe, G; Stark, D; Ellis, J
1-Jan-2018Genome wide identification of mutational hotspots in the apicomplexan parasite neospora caninum and the implications for virulenceCalarco, L; Barratt, J; Ellis, J
8-Jun-2017The evolution of trypanosomatid taxonomyKaufer, A; Ellis, J; Stark, D; Barratt, J
1-Mar-2009Limited genetic diversity among genotypes of Enterocytozoon bieneusi strains isolated from HIV-infected patients from Sydney, AustraliaStark, D; Van Hal, S; Barratt, J; Ellis, J; Marriott, D; Harkness, J
1-Oct-2016Bulky Trichomonad Genomes: Encoding a Swiss Army KnifeBarratt, J; Gough, R; Stark, D; Ellis, J
1-Apr-2010Comparison of microscopy, two xenic culture techniques, conventional and real-time PCR for the detection of Dientamoeba fragilis in clinical stool samplesStark, D; Barratt, J; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-Feb-2011Comparison of microscopy, culture, and conventional polymerase chain reaction for detection of Blastocystis sp. in clinical stool samplesRoberts, T; Barratt, J; Harkness, J; Ellis, J; Stark, D
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