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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
1-May-2018Resistance screening and trend analysis of imported falciparum malaria in NSW, Australia (2010 to 2016)Prosser, C; Meyer, W; Ellis, J; Lee, R
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
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
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
1-Mar-2013Subtype distribution of Blastocystis isolates identified in a Sydney population and pathogenic potential of BlastocystisRoberts, T; Stark, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-Jan-2014Treatment failure in patients with chronic Blastocystis infectionRoberts, T; Ellis, J; Harkness, J; Marriott, D; Stark, D
7-Mar-2019Limited overlap in significant hits between genome-wide association studies on two airflow obstruction definitions in the same populationVan Der Plaat, DA; Vonk, JM; Lahousse, L; De Jong, K; Faiz, A; Nedeljkovic, I; Amin, N; Van Diemen, CC; Brusselle, GG; Bossé, Y; Brandsma, CA; Hao, K; Paré, PD; Van Duijn, CM; Postma, DS; Boezen, HM
1-Jan-2012Physical properties of root cementum: Part 22. Root resorption after the application of light and heavy extrusive orthodontic forces: A microcomputed tomography studyJiménez Montenegro, VC; Jones, A; Petocz, P; Gonzales, C; Darendeliler, MA
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