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  2. Bio-removal of Yttrium (III), Cerium (III), Europium (III) and Terbium (III) from single and quaternary aqueous solutions using the extremophile Galdieria sulphuraria (Galdieriaceae, Rhodophyta)

    Iovinella, M., Lombardo, F., Ciniglia, C., Palmieri, M., Di Cicco, M. R., Trifuogg, M., Race, M., Manfredi, C., Lubritto, C., Fabbricino, M., De Stefano, M. & Davis, S. J., 20 May 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Plants

  3. CD317-Positive Immune Stromal Cells in Human "Mesenchymal Stem Cell" Populations

    Kay, A. G., Fox, J. M., Hewitson, J. P., Stone, A., Robertson, S., James, S., Wang, X., Kapasa, E., Yang, X. & Genever, P., 4 May 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Frontiers in immunology

  4. Demographic Reconstruction of Antarctic Fur Seals Supports the Krill Surplus Hypothesis

    Hoffman, J. I., Chen, R. S., Vendrami, D. L. J., Paijmans, A. J., Dasmahapatra, K. K. & Forcada, J., 10 Mar 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Genes

  5. Evidence of deterrence from patrol data: trialling application of a differenced-CPUE metric

    Dancer, A., Keane, A., Beale, C. M., Dobson, A., Amin, R., Freeman, R., Imong, I., Jones, K., Linkie, M., Long, B., Okeke, F. O., Plumptre, A. J., Rowcliffe, J. M., Stokes, E. J., van der Westhuizen, E. & Collen, B., 16 May 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Conservation Science and Practice

  6. HOXA9 has the hallmarks of a biological switch with implications in blood cancers

    Talarmain, L., Clarke, M. A., Shorthouse, D., Cabrera-Cosme, L., Kent, D. G., Fisher, J. & Hall, B. A., 7 Sep 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Nature Communications

  7. Non-destructive chemical sensing within bulk soil using 1000 biosensors per gram of matrix

    Fulk, E. M., Gao, X., Chieh Lu, L., Redeker, K. R., Masiello, C. A. & Silberg, J. J., 6 Jun 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in ACS Synthetic Biology

  8. Parallel evolution of Pseudomonas aeruginosa phage resistance and virulence loss in response to phage treatment in vivo and in vitro

    Castledine, M., Padfield, D., Sierocinski, P., Pascual, J. S., Hughes, A., Makinen, L., Friman, V-P., Pirnay, J-P., Merabishvili, M., De Vos, D. & Buckling, A., 21 Feb 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in eLife

  9. Systematic identification of genes encoding cell surface and secreted proteins that are essential for in vitro growth and infection in Leishmania donovani

    Roberts, A., Ong, H., Clare, S., Brandt, C., Harcourt, K., Franssen, S., Cotton, J., Muller-Sienerth, N. & Wright, G. J., 21 Feb 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in PLOS PATHOGENS

  10. TLR2, TLR4 and Protein kinase R (PKR) induced Type I Interferon sustains infection of Leishmania donovani in macrophages

    Torres Dias, B., Goundry, A., Vivarini, A. C., Costa, T. F. R., Mottram, J. C., Gazos Lopes, U. & Lima, A. P. C. A., 6 Jan 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Frontiers in immunology

  11. The Leishmania donovani Ortholog of the Glycosylphosphatidylinositol Anchor Biosynthesis Cofactor PBN1 Is Essential for Host Infection

    Roberts, A., Nagar, R., Brandt, C., Harcourt, K., Clare, S., Ferguson, M. A. J. & Wright, G. J., 14 Apr 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in MBio

  12. Value of Combining Models for Animal Tracking Data: Defining Behavioural States to Understand Space Use for Conservation

    Peters, N., Beale, C. M., Bracebridge, C., Mgumba, M. P. & Kendall, C. J., 26 Aug 2022, (Accepted/In press)

    Article in Journal of biogeography