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29-Jun-2004Complete genomes of two clinical Staphylococcus aureus strains: Evidence for the evolution of virulence and drug resistanceMatthew T.G. Holden; Edward J. Feil; Jodi A. Lindsay; Sharon J. Peacock; Nicholas P.J. Day; Mark C. Enright; Tim J. Foster; Catrin E. Moore; Laurence Hurst; Rebecca Atkin; Andrew Barron; Nathalie Bason; Stephen D. Bentley; Carol Chillingworth; Tracey Chillingworth; Carol Churcher; Louise Clark; Craig Corton; Ann Cronin; Jon Doggett; Linda Dowd; Theresa Feltwell; Zahra Hance; Barbara Harris; Heidi Hauser; Simon Holroyd; Kay Jagels; Keith D. James; Nicola Lennard; Alexandra Line; Rebecca Mayes; Sharon Moule; Karen Mungall; Douglas Ormond; Michael A. Quail; Ester Rabbinowitsch; Kim Rutherford; Mandy Sanders; Sarah Sharp; Mark Simmonds; Kim Stevens; Sally Whitehead; Bart G. Barrell; Brian G. Spratt; Julian Parkhill; Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; University of Bath; St George's University of London; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; Trinity College Dublin; St Mary's Hospital London; Mahidol University
22-Jan-2010Evolution of MRSA during hospital transmission and intercontinental spreadSimon R. Harris; Edward J. Feil; Matthew T.G. Holden; Michael A. Quail; Emma K. Nickerson; Narisara Chantratita; Susana Gardete; Ana Tavares; Nick Day; Jodi A. Lindsay; Jonathan D. Edgeworth; Hermínia De Lencastre; Julian Parkhill; Sharon J. Peacock; Stephen D. Bentley; Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute; University of Bath; Mahidol University; University of Cambridge; Instituto de Tecnologia Quimica e Biologica - Univesidade Nova de Lisboa; Rockefeller University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; St George's University of London; King's College London; Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust
1-Jan-2006Microarrays reveal that each of the ten dominant lineages of Staphylococcus aureus has a unique combination of surface-associated and regulatory genesJodi A. Lindsay; Catrin E. Moore; Nicholas P. Day; Sharon J. Peacock; Adam A. Witney; Richard A. Stabler; Sarah E. Husain; Philip D. Butcher; Jason Hinds; St George's University of London; University of Oxford; Mahidol University; London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine; Imperial College London