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The gut epithelium from feeding to fasting in the predatory soil mite Pergamasus longicornis (Mesostigmata: Parasitidae): one tissue, two roles
Experimental and Applied Acarology issue 3 volume 77 page 253–357- (20 March 2019)
Disease context and gene editing
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine issue 11 volume 110 page 424-424 (17 November 2017)
Gut contents, digestive half-lives and feeding state prediction in the soil predatory mite Pergamasus longicornis (Mesostigmata: Parasitidae)
Experimental and Applied Acarology issue 1 volume 73 page 11–60- (1 September 2017)
Are extinction opinions extinct?
(18 July 2017)
Modelling Malpighian tubule crystals within the predatory soil mite Pergamasus longicornis (Mesostigmata: Parasitidae)
Experimental and Applied Acarology issue 1 volume 72 page 35-59 (24 May 2017)
Geometry Driven Statistics page 337-355 (27 November 2015)
Gut expansion and contraction in the predatory soil mite Pergamasus longicornis (Mesostigmata: Parasitidae): a stiff system.
Experimental & applied acarology issue 3 volume 64 page 337-359 (November 2014)
Appropriate, adequate and reliable - a view on statistical and regulatory evidence in clinical trials
Regulatory Rapporteur issue 5 volume 10 page 5-8 (6 May 2013)
All is not lost genetically.
Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine issue 4 volume 103 page 127- (April 2010)
TNF, LTA, HSPA1L and HLA-DR gene polymorphisms in HIV-positive patients with hypersensitivity to cotrimoxazole.
Pharmacogenomics issue 4 volume 10 page 531-540 (April 2009)
Prizes, awards, and scholarships:
Royal Society Industrial Fellow