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Stirrup, Oliver, Blackstone, James, Mapp, Fiona, MacNeil, Alyson, Panca, Monica, Holmes, Alison, Machin, Nicholas, Shin, Gee Yen, Mahungu, Tabitha, Saeed, Kordo, Saluja, Tranprit, Taha, Yusri, Mahida, Nikunj, Pope, Cassie, Chawla, Anu, Cutino-Moguel, Maria-Teresa, Tamuri, Asif, Williams, Rachel, Darby, Alistair, Robertson, David L., Flaviani, Flavia, Nastouli, Eleni, Robson, Samuel, Smith, Darren, Laing, Kenneth, Monahan, Irene, Kele, Beatrix, Haldenby, Sam, George, Ryan, Bashton, Matthew, Witney, Adam A., Byott, Matthew, Coll, Francesc, Chapman, Michael, Peacock, Sharon J., Hughes, Joseph, Nebbia, Gaia, Partridge, David G., Parker, Matthew, Price, James Richard, Peters, Christine, Roy, Sunando, Snell, Luke B., de Silva, Thushan I., Thomson, Emma, Flowers, Paul, Copas, Andrew, Breuer, Judith, McCann, Clare, Young, Greg, Nelson, Andrew and The COVID-19 Genomics UK consortium, (2022) Effectiveness of rapid SARS-CoV-2 genome sequencing in supporting infection control for hospital-onset COVID-19 infection: multicenter, prospective study. eLife, 11. ISSN 2050-084X (In Press)

Stirrup, Oliver, Boshier, Florencia, Venturini, Cristina, Guerra-Assunção, José Afonso, Alcolea-Medina, Adela, Beckett, Angela, Charalampous, Themoula, da Silva Filipe, Ana, Glaysher, Sharon, Khan, Tabassum, Kulasegaran Shylini, Raghavendran, Kele, Beatrix, Monahan, Irene, Mollett, Guy, Parker, Matthew, Pelosi, Emanuela, Randell, Paul, Roy, Sunando, Taylor, Joshua, Weller, Sophie, Wilson-Davies, Eleri, Wade, Phillip, Williams, Rachel, Copas, Andrew, Cutino-Moguel, Maria-Teresa, Freemantle, Nick, Hayward, Andrew C, Holmes, Alison, Hughes, Joseph, Mahungu, Tabitha, Nebbia, Gaia, Partridge, David, Pope, Cassie, Price, James, Robson, Samuel, Saeed, Kordo, de Silva, Thushan, Snell, Luke, Thomson, Emma, Witney, Adam A, Breuer, Judith, Bashton, Matthew, Nelson, Andrew, McCann, Clare, Young, Greg, Smith, Darren and The COVID-19 Genomics UK (COG-UK) Consortium, (2021) SARS-CoV-2 lineage B.1.1.7 is associated with greater disease severity among hospitalised women but not men: multicentre cohort study. BMJ Open Respiratory Research, 8 (1). e001029. ISSN 2052-4439

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