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Campylobacter Genotyping to Determine the Source of Human Infection
SK Sheppard, JF Dallas, NJC Strachan, M MacRae, ND McCarthy, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 48 (8), 1072-1078, 2009
4892009
Concentration and Prevalence of Escherichia coli O157 in Cattle Feces at Slaughter
F Omisakin, M MacRae, ID Ogden, NJC Strachan
Applied and environmental microbiology 69 (5), 2444-2447, 2003
4042003
Automated measurement of species and length of fish by computer vision
DJ White, C Svellingen, NJC Strachan
Fisheries Research 80 (2-3), 203-210, 2006
3402006
Weed and crop discrimination using image analysis and artificial intelligence methods
MJ Aitkenhead, IA Dalgetty, CE Mullins, AJS McDonald, NJC Strachan
Computers and electronics in Agriculture 39 (3), 157-171, 2003
2902003
Dose–response modeling of Salmonella using outbreak data
PFM Teunis, F Kasuga, A Fazil, ID Ogden, O Rotariu, NJC Strachan
International journal of food microbiology 144 (2), 243-249, 2010
2092010
Hierarchical dose response of E. coli O157:H7 from human outbreaks incorporating heterogeneity in exposure
PFM Teunis, ID Ogden, NJC Strachan
Epidemiology & Infection 136 (6), 761-770, 2008
2042008
Dose response modelling of Escherichia coli O157 incorporating data from foodborne and environmental outbreaks
NJC Strachan, MP Doyle, F Kasuga, O Rotariu, ID Ogden
International Journal of Food Microbiology 103 (1), 35-47, 2005
1962005
Assessing the risk of an emerging zoonosis of worldwide concern: anisakiasis
M Bao, GJ Pierce, S Pascual, M González-Muñoz, S Mattiucci, I Mladineo, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 43699, 2017
1942017
Campylobacter genotypes from food animals, environmental sources and clinical disease in Scotland 2005/6
SK Sheppard, JF Dallas, M MacRae, ND McCarthy, EL Sproston, ...
International journal of food microbiology 134 (1-2), 96-103, 2009
1902009
Long‐term survival of Escherichia coli O157 on pasture following an outbreak associated with sheep at a scout camp
ID Ogden, NF Hepburn, M MacRae, NJC Strachan, DR Fenlon, ...
Letters in applied microbiology 34 (2), 100-104, 2002
1672002
Attribution of Campylobacter Infections in Northeast Scotland to Specific Sources by Use of Multilocus Sequence Typing
NJC Strachan, FJ Gormley, O Rotariu, ID Ogden, G Miller, GM Dunn, ...
The Journal of infectious diseases 199 (8), 1205-1208, 2009
1652009
Progressive genome‐wide introgression in agricultural Campylobacter coli
SK Sheppard, X Didelot, KA Jolley, AE Darling, B Pascoe, G Meric, ...
Molecular ecology 22 (4), 1051-1064, 2013
1552013
Is the prevalence and shedding concentrations of E. coli O157 in beef cattle in Scotland seasonal?
ID Ogden, M MacRae, NJC Strachan
FEMS Microbiology Letters 233 (2), 297-300, 2004
1552004
Modelling magnetic carrier particle targeting in the tumor microvasculature for cancer treatment
O Rotariu, NJC Strachan
Journal of magnetism and magnetic materials 293 (1), 639-646, 2005
1522005
Cryptic ecology among host generalist Campylobacter jejuni in domestic animals
SK Sheppard, L Cheng, G Meric, CPA De Haan, AK Llarena, P Marttinen, ...
Molecular ecology 23 (10), 2442-2451, 2014
1472014
Escherichia coli O157: burger bug or environmental pathogen?
NJC Strachan, GM Dunn, ME Locking, TMS Reid, ID Ogden
International journal of food microbiology 112 (2), 129-137, 2006
1392006
Modelling the vector pathway and infection of humans in an environmental outbreak of Escherichia coli O157
NJC Strachan, DR Fenlon, ID Ogden
FEMS Microbiology Letters 203 (1), 69-73, 2001
1392001
Fish species recognition by shape analysis of images
NJC Strachan, P Nesvadba, AR Allen
Pattern recognition 23 (5), 539-544, 1990
1391990
Niche segregation and genetic structure of Campylobacter jejuni populations from wild and agricultural host species
SK Sheppard, FM Colles, ND McCARTHY, NJC Strachan, ID Ogden, ...
Molecular ecology 20 (16), 3484-3490, 2011
1282011
Recognition of fish species by colour and shape
NJC Strachan
Image and vision computing 11 (1), 2-10, 1993
1271993
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