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Masi, Andrea C, Embleton, Nicholas D, Lamb, Christopher A, Young, Gregory, Granger, Claire L, Najera, Julia, Smith, Daniel P, Hoffman, Kristi L, Petrosino, Joseph F, Bode, Lars, Berrington, Janet E and Stewart, Christopher J (2020) Human milk oligosaccharide DSLNT and gut microbiome in preterm infants predicts necrotising enterocolitis. Gut. gutjnl-2020. ISSN 0017-5749

Strnad, Pavel, Young, Gregory, Abdelghany, Tarek M., Leitch, Alistair C., Dunn, Michael P., Blain, Peter G., Lanyon, Clare and Wright, Matthew C. (2020) Changes in the gut microbiota of mice orally exposed to methylimidazolium ionic liquids. PLoS ONE, 15 (3). e0229745. ISSN 1932-6203

Young, Gregory, van der Gast, Christopher J., Smith, Darren, Berrington, Janet E., Embleton, Nicholas D. and Lanyon, Clare (2020) Acquisition and Development of the Extremely Preterm Infant Microbiota Across Multiple Anatomical Sites. Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition, 70 (1). pp. 12-19. ISSN 0277-2116

Young, Gregory, Smith, Darren, Embleton, Nicholas D., Berrington, Janet Elizabeth, Schwalbe, Ed, Cummings, Stephen Paul, van der Gast, Christopher J. and Lanyon, Clare (2018) Response: Commentary: Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 8. p. 374. ISSN 2235-2988

Young, Gregory, Smith, Darren, Embleton, Nicholas, Berrington, Janet, Schwalbe, Ed, Cummings, Stephen, van der Gast, Christopher and Lanyon, Clare (2017) Reducing Viability Bias in Analysis of Gut Microbiota in Preterm Infants at Risk of NEC and Sepsis. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 7. p. 237. ISSN 2235-2988

Holt, Giles, Lodge, John, McCarthy, Alan, Graham, A. K., Young, Gregory, Bridge, Simon, Brown, Alistair, Veses-Garcia, M., Lanyon, Clare, Sails, A., Allison, Heather and Smith, Darren (2017) Shigatoxin encoding Bacteriophage φ24B modulates bacterial metabolism to raise antimicrobial tolerance. Scientific Reports, 7. p. 40424. ISSN 2045-2322

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