Chemistry Class

PUBLICATIONS

Chapters

  • Giotis ES and Skinner MA (2021) Fowlpox Virus and Other Avipoxviruses (Poxviridae). In: Bamford, D.H. and Zuckerman, M. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Virology, 4th Edition, vol. 2, pp. 343–348. Oxford: Academic Press.

  • Giotis ES et al (2010) Standardisation and optimisation of...Book: Microorganisms in industry and environment Scientific and Industrial Research to Consumer Product, 441-445.

 

Refereed full papers

2022

  1. Zhang, Ziyun, Rebecca Penn, Wendy S. Barclay, and Efstathios S. Giotis (2022). "Naïve Human Macrophages Are Refractory to SARS-CoV-2 Infection and Exhibit a Modest Inflammatory Response Early in Infection" Viruses 14, 2: 441. 

  2. Zhang, Z., Penn, R., Barclay, W.S.S. & Giotis, E.S. Primary human macrophages exhibit a modest inflammatory response early in SARS-CoV-2 infection. bioRxiv, 2022.2002.2002.478897 (2022)

  3. Leach DA, Mohr A, Giotis ES, Cil E, Isak AM, Yates LL, Barclay WS, Zwacka RM, bevan CL and Brooke GN     (2021).  The antiandrogen enzalutamide downregulates TMPRSS2 and reduces cellular entry of SARS-CoV-2 in human lung cells Nature Communications 12, 4068.

  4. Asfor AS, Nazki S, Reddy VRAP, Campbell E, Dulwich KL, Giotis ES, Skinner MA, Broadbent AJ (2021)       Transcriptomic Analysis of inbred chicken lines reveals infectious bursal disease severity is associated with greater bursal inflammation in vivo and more rapid induction of pro-inflammatory responses in primary bursal cells stimulated ex vivo. Viruses 13: 933. 

  5. Giotis ES*, Matthews DA and Smith J (2021). Editorial: Host innate immune responses to infection by avian-and bat-borne viruses. Frontiers in Cellular Infection Microbiology 11:65

  6. Oliveira M, Rodrigues DR, Guillory V, Kut E, Giotis ES, Skinner MA, Guabiraba R, Bryant CE, Ferguson (2021) Chicken cGAS senses fowlpox virus infection and regulates macrophage effector functions. Frontiers in       Immunology 1, 11: 613079. 

  7. Giotis ES*, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Albrecht D, Burden JJ, Robey RC, Mercer J, Skinner MA (2020)             Modulation of early host innate immune response by an avipox vaccine virus’ lateral body protein.               Biomedicines 8, 634.

  8. Liu, PJ, Harris, JM, Marchi, E, D’ Arienzo V, Michler T, Wing PAC, Magri A, Ortega-Prieto AM, Klundert M, Wettengel J, Durantel D, Dorner M, Klenerman P, Protzer U, Giotis ES, McKeating JA (2020) Hypoxic gene expression in chronic hepatitis B virus infected patients is not observed in state-of-the-art in vitro and mouse infection models. Scientific Reports 10, 14101. 

  9. Giotis ES* (2020) Inferring the urban transmission of bat influenza viruses Frontiers in Cellular Infection Microbiology 10, 264.

  10. Dulwich KL, Asfor A, Gray AG, Giotis ES, Skinner MA, Broadbent A (2020) The stronger downregulation of in vitro and in vivo innate antiviral responses by a very virulent strain of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV), compared to a classical strain, is mediated, in part, by VP4. Frontiers in Cellular Infection Microbiology 10, 31.

  11. Giotis ES*, Carnell G, Young EF, Ghanny S, Soteropoulos P, Wang L-F, Barclay WS, Skinner MA, Temperton N (2019) Entry of the bat influenza H17N10 virus into mammalian cells is enabled by the MHC class II HLA-DR receptor. Nature microbiology, 4: 2035-2038.

  12. Giotis ES*, Montillet G, Pain B, Skinner MA (2019) Chicken embryonic-stem cells are permissive to poxvirus recombinant vaccine vectors Genes (Basel) 20: 10(3).

  13. Giotis ES*, Skinner MA (2019) Spotlight on avian pathology: fowlpox virus. Avian Pathology 2019; 48(2):87-90. 

  14. Mariatulqabtiah AR, Majid NN, Giotis ES et al (2019) Inoculation of fowlpox…Asia-Pacific Journal of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology 27, 84-94.

    2018

  15. Giotis ES*, Scott A, Rothwell L, Hu T, Talbot R, Todd D, Burt DW, Glass EJ, Kaiser P (2018) Chicken anaemia virus evades host immune responses in transformed lymphocytes. Journal of General Virology 99: 321-7.

    2017

  16. Giotis ES, Ross CS, Robey RC, Nohturfft A, Goodbourn S, Skinner MA (2017) Constitutively elevated levels of SOCS1 suppress innate immune responses in DF-1 immortalised chicken fibroblast cells Scientific Reports 7:17485.

  17. Dulwich KD, Giotis ES (Joint first authors), Gray AG, Nair V, Skinner MA, Broadbent AJ (2017) Differential gene expression in chicken primary B cells infected ex vivo with attenuated and very virulent strains of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV). Journal of General Virology 98: 2918-30

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    Tierney M, Gallagher AM, Giotis ES, Pentieva K (2017) An online survey on consumer knowledge and understanding of added sugars Nutrients 9 (1): 37-43.

    2016

  19. Long JS, Giotis ES, Moncorgé O, Frise R, Mistry B, James J, Morisson M, Iqbal M, Vignal A, Skinner MA, Barclay WS (2016) Species difference in ANP32A underlies influenza A virus polymerase host restriction Nature, 529:101-104.

  20. Giotis ES, Robey RC, Skinner NG, Tomlinson CD, Goodbourn S, Skinner MA (2016) Chicken interferome: Avian interferon-stimulated genes identified by microarray & RNA-seq of primary chick embryo fibroblasts treated with a chicken type I interferon (IFN-α) Vet Res, 47 (1), 75.

    2015

  21. Giotis ES*, Rothwell L, Scott A, Hu T, Talbot R, Todd D, Burt DW, Glass EJ, Kaiser P (2015) Transcriptomic profiling of virus-host cell interactions following chicken anaemia virus (CAV) infection in an in vivo model PLoS One, 10: e0134866.

    2014

  22. Kennedy TG, Giotis ES*, McKevitt A (2014) Microbial assessment of an upward and downward dehiding technique in a commercial beef processing plant Journal of Meat Science 97(4): 486-9.

  23. Wheatley P, Giotis ES*, McKevitt A (2014) Effects of slaughtering operations on carcass contamination in an Irish pork production plant.  Irish Veterinary Journal 67(7): 1.

    2013

  24. Laidlaw S, Robey R, Davies M, Giotis ES, Ross C, Buttigieg K, Goodbourn S, Skinner MA (2013) Genetic screen of a mutant poxvirus library identifies an ankyrin repeat protein involved in blocking induction of avian type I interferon. Journal of Virology 87(9): 5041-5052.

    2012

  25. Porphyre T, Giotis ES, Lloyd DH, Stärk KDC (2012) A metapopulation model to assess the capacity of spread of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 in humans PLoS One 7 (10); e47504.

  26. Giotis, ES, Loeffler A, Knight-Jones T, Lloyd DH (2012) Development of a skin colonisation model in gnotobiotic piglets for the study of the microbial ecology of MRSA ST398. Journal of Applied Microbiology 113 (4), 992-1000.

  27. Carson M, Meredith AL, Shaw DJ, Giotis ES, Lloyd DH, Loeffler A (2012) Foxes as a potential wildlife reservoir for multidrug-resistant staphylococci Journal of Vector Zoonotic Diseases 12(7): 583-587.

    2011

  28. Giotis ES, Loeffler A, Lindsay J, Lloyd DH (2011) Reduced sensitivity of oxacillin-screening agar for the detection of MRSA ST398 from colonised pigs. Journal of Clinical Microbiology 49(8): 310.

    2010

  29. Giotis ES*, Muthayian A, Wilkinson BJ, Blair IS, McDowell DA (2010) Transcriptomic analysis of the Alkaline Tolerance Response in L. monocytogenes 10403S. Journal of Foodborne Pathogens Diseases 7(10): 1147-57.

    2009

  30. Giotis ES*, McDowell DA, Blair IS (2009) Effects of short-term alkaline adaptation on surface properties of Listeria monocytogenes 10403S Open Food Science Journal 3, 62-65.

    2008

  31. Singh K, Giotis ES, Chamberlain NR, Stuart MK, Wilkinson BJ (2008) Insertional inactivation of branched-chain keto acid dehydrogenase in S. aureus leads to altered membrane fatty acid composition and increased susceptibility to multiple stresses. Journal of Applied Environmental Microbiology 74(19): 5882-90.

  32. Giotis ES, Muthayian A, Wilkinson BJ, Blair IS, McDowell DA (2008) Genomic and proteomic analysis of the Alkali-Tolerance Response (AlTR) in L. monocytogenes 10403S BMC Microbiology 8:102.

  33. Giotis ES, Julotok M, Wilkinson BJ, Blair IS, McDowell DA (2008) Role of sigB factor in the Alkaline Tolerance Response of L. monocytogenes 10403S and cross protection to subsequent ethanol and osmotic stress. Journal of Food Protection 71(7): 1481-1485.

    2007

  34. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS (2007) Morphological changes of L. monocytogenes when subjected in mild alkaline conditions. International Journal of Food Microbiology 120(3): 250-8.

  35. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS, Wilkinson BJ (2007) Role of branched-chain fatty acids in pH stress tolerance in L. monocytogenes. Journal of Applied and Environmental Microbiology 73: 997-1001.

Conference abstracts (selected 50)

  1. Giotis ES, Carnell G, Barclay WS, Skinner MA, Temperton N Assessing the potential host range of bat influenza A-like viruses: an MHC class-II surface receptor mediates H17N10 entry into bat and non-bat cells. Microbiology Society annual conference Belfast, May 2019 (oral).

  2. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Mercer J and Skinner MA Evasion of host innate immunity by a lateral bodies protein of a highly attenuated Fowlpox virus (FWPV) vaccine strain. Microbiology Society annual conference Birmingham, March 2018 (oral).

  3. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Ross CS, Goodbourn SEY, Mercer J and Skinner MA Broad-scale approaches for pan-genome analysis of innate immunomodulatory functions encoded by a highly attenuated fowlpox vaccine strain. Avian Immunology Research Group (AIRG) September 2018, Cambridge, UK (oral).

  4. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Mercer J and Skinner MA Modulation of early host innate immune response by a Fowlpox virus (FWPV) lateral body protein Microbiology Society focused meeting: Avian Viruses, September 2018, Cambridge, UK (oral).

  5. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Mercer J and Skinner MA Modulation of early host innate immune response by a lateral bodies protein of highly attenuated Fowlpox virus (FWPV) vaccine strain. GARAD meeting Hanoi, January 2017, Hanoi, Vietnam (poster-invited).

  6. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Mercer J, Skinner MA Fowlpox virus (FWPV) structural protein provides a new paradigm for the evasion of innate immunity by poxviruses. Microbiology Society focused meeting: Molecular Virology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses, September 2016, London (oral).

  7. Dulwich K, Giotis ES, Skinner MA, Broadbent A Investigating the gene expression profile of chicken primary B-cells infected with Infectious Bursal Disease virus (IBDV). Microbiology Society focused meeting: Molecular Virology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses, September 2016, London (poster).

  8. Giotis ES, Ross C, Robey RR, Goodbourn S, Skinner MA Suppressor of cytokine signaling 1 (SOCS1) inhibits innate antiviral signaling in chicken. XIVth Avian Immunology Research Group (AIRG) Meeting, September 2016, Ammersee, Germany (oral).

  9. Long JS, Giotis ES, Moncorgé O, Frise R, Mistry B, James J, Morisson M, Iqbal M, Vignal A, Skinner MA, Barclay WS Species difference in ANP32A underlies influenza A virus polymerase host restriction. Options IX for the control of Influenza, August 2016, Chicago USA (poster).

  10. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Bidgood SR, Mercer J, Skinner MA Fowlpox virus (FWPV) structural protein provides a new paradigm for the evasion of innate immunity by poxviruses. Workshop on emerging and next generation vaccine technologies against veterinary viruses, August 2016, Malaysia (oral).

  11. Giotis, ES; Robey, RR; Ross, C; Goodbourn, SE; Skinner, MA Transcriptomic analysis of the chicken interferome. Cytokine 2015 conference, October 2015, Banberg Germany (poster).

  12. Giotis, ES; Robey, RR; Ross, C; Goodbourn, SE; Skinner, MA Immunodulation and proviral action of chicken Suppressor of Cytokine Signaling 1 (SOCS1). Cytokine 2015 conference, October 2015, Banberg Germany (poster).

  13. Giotis ES, Robey RC, Ross C, Laidlaw SM, Goodbourn SE and Skinner MA Critical attenuation of antiviral response in DF1 chicken fibroblast cells through intrinsic expression of suppressor of cytokine signaling 1 (SOCS1). SGM meeting, April 2015, Birmingham (oral).

  14. Ascough S, Sadeyen JR, Giotis ES, Laidlaw S, Staines K, Mwangi W, Ruiz Hernandez R., Skinner M, Butter CPotentiating the immunogenicity of poxvirus vectors to improve the efficacy of live recombinant viral vaccines in poultry. Immunology congress 2014, London (poster).

  15. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Robey RC, Ross C, Bissa M, Skinner MA Dissecting avian transcriptional programmes induced by recombinant poxvirus vaccine vectors. Avian Immunology Research Group (AIRG) July 2014, Guelph Canada (poster). 

  16. Giotis ES, Skinner MA Understanding the virus-chicken battleground - for better vaccine production and prevention of emerging or pandemic infections. Cheltenham Science Festival, May 2014, London (poster).

  17. Giotis ES, Laidlaw SM, Robey R, Bissa M, Skinner MA. Dissecting avian transcriptional programmes induced by recombinant poxvirus vaccine vectors. Avian model systems, March 2014 Cold Springs Harbor, USA (poster).

  18. Laidlaw SM, Giotis ES, Ross C, Buttigieg K, Goodbourn SE, Skinner MA. Using virus modulators to probe the avian innate immune response repertoire. Avian model systems, Cold Springs Harbor March 2014 (poster).

  19. Skinner MA, Bissa M, Giotis ES, Robey R Transcriptomic analysis of wild-type and mutant avipoxvirus vectors. Vaccine Conference October 2013, Barcelona, Spain (oral).

  20. Giotis ES, Robey RC, Cheong IH, Laidlaw SM, Skinner MA Kinetics of permissive host transcription in CEFs infected with recombinant fowlpox vaccine vector FP9. AIRG 2012, August 2012, Edinburgh (oral).

  21. Robey R, Giotis ES, Davies M, Laidlaw S, Ross C, Goodbourn S, Skinner MA Transcriptomic analysis of fowlpox virus mutants in chicken cells. Poxvirus Conference, June 2012, Salamanca Spain (poster).

  22. Cheong IH, Rebecca R, Laidlaw SM, Davies M, Giotis ES, Skinner MA Transcriptomics of fowlpox virus in primary and immortalised chicken embryo fibroblasts. Poxvirus Conference, June 2012, Salamanca Spain (poster).

  23. Porphyre T, Giotis ES, Lloyd DH, Stärk KDC. Modeling effectiveness of control measures against MRSA ST398 in farrow-to-finish pig farms. 13th ISVEE Conference, August 2012, Maastricht, Netherlands (oral).

  24. Porphyre T, Giotis ES, Lloyd DH, Stärk KDC. Is meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus ST398 able to spread in humans? 13th ISVEE Conference, August 2012, Maastricht, Netherlands (oral).

  25. Giotis ES Development and validation of a technology-testing platform for MRSA decontamination. PILGRIM- CONCORD Joint Symposium November 2011, Brussels, Belgium (oral).

  26. Giotis ES, McCarthy A, Loeffler A, Porphyre T, Lindsay J, Lloyd DH. “Interactions of MRSA ST398 and inhibitor producing S. aureus strains in vitro and in vivo. BioMicroWorld Congress September 2011, Torremolinos, Spain (oral).

  27. Giotis ES, Loeffler A, Knight-Jones T, Lloyd DH Development of a skin colonisation model in gnotobiotic piglets for the study of the ecology of methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) ST398. ASM-ESCMID Congress, September 2011 Washington, USA (poster).

  28. Giotis ES, Chrobak D, Loeffler A, Guardabassi L, Lloyd DH, Staerk KDC Defining and developing intervention strategies and control measures against meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) ST398 Congress on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment (ARAE), June 2011 Tours, France (poster). 

  29. Porphyre T, Loeffler A, Lloyd DH, Giotis ES, Broens E, Stärk KDC Modeling the spread of MRSA ST398 to communities: role of persistent carriage and pig exposure Congress on Antimicrobial Resistance in Animals and the Environment (ARAE), June 2011 Tours, France (oral).

  30. Giotis ES, Tito D, Bostock J, Zita J, Kluson P, Krysa J, Kold K, Loeffler A, Guardabassi L, Lloyd DH, Staerk KDCDevelopment of pig accommodation suitable for testing the effects of hygiene and disinfection on MRSA carrier pigs Pig Veterinary Society (PVS) Congress, November 2010 Hilton East Midland Airport, England (Oral - invited).

  31. Giotis ES, Zita J, Krysa J, Tito D, Bostock J, Loeffler A, Staerk KS, Lloyd DA Identification of self-decontaminating photocatalytic surface agents and ion generated substances effective against MRSA ST398 in a novel custom made chamber. ASM Conference on antimicrobial resistance in zoonotic bacteria & foodborne pathogens in animals, humans and environment. June 2010 Toronto, Canada (oral).

  32. Giotis ES, Loeffler A, Lloyd DH Development of a gnotobiotic piglet model for the study of the microbial ecology of MRSA ST398 14th International Symposium on Staphylococci and Staphylococcal Infections (ISSSI), September 2010 Bath, UK (poster). 

  33. Krýsa J, Zita J, Zlámal M, Kluson P, Giotis ES, Loeffler A, Stärk KDC, Lloyd DA Ability of photocatalytic TiO2surfaces to destroy MRSA ST398 under controlled UV light conditions. 6th European meeting on Solar Chemistry and Photocatalysis: Environmental Applications (SPEA6), June 2010, Prague, Czech Republic (poster). 

  34. Giotis ES, Muthaiyan A, Blair IS, Wilkinson BJ, McDowell DA Aspects of the regulatory mechanisms in the Alkali-Tolerance Response (AlTR) in Listeria monocytogenes. BioMicroWorld, December 2009, Lisbon, Portugal (oral - Invited).

  35. Giotis ES, Voss A, Guardabassi L, Lindsay J, Lloyd DH, Struelens M, Müller J, Stärk KDC The PILGRIM Project: Preventing community and nosocomial spread and infection with MRSA ST398 3rd ARAE June 2009, Tours, France (Poster).

  36. Giotis ES, Voss A, Guardabassi L, Lindsay J, Lloyd DH, Struelens M, Müller J, Stärk KDC The PILGRIM Project, September 2009 ASM-ESCMID, September 2009, London, UK (Poster).

  37. Singh VK, Giotis ES, Chamberlain NR, Stuart MK, Wilkinson BJ Insertional inactivation of branched-chain keto acid dehydrogenase (BKD) in Staphylococcus aureus leads to altered membrane fatty acid composition and increased susceptibility to multiple stresses. International Symposium on Staphylococci and Staphylococcal Infections, September 2008, Cairns, Australia (Poster).

  38. Rothwell L, Hu T, Giotis ES, Glass EJ, Burt DW, Talbot R, Scott ANJ, Todd D, Kaiser P Gene expression analysis of CAV-induced immunosuppression. AIRG June 2008, Brisbane, Australia (Poster).

  39. Giotis ΕS, Burt D, Scott A, Downing A, Talbot R, Rothwell L, Kaiser P, Glass EJ, Todd D Microarray profiling of the chicken anaemia virus (CAV) -induced immunosuppression International Symposium on Animal Genomics for Animal Health October 2007, Paris, France (Poster).

  40. Giotis ΕS, Burt D, Scott A, Downing A, Talbot R, Rothwell L, Kaiser P, Glass EJ, Todd D Transcriptomic analysis of the chicken anaemia virus (CAV)-induced immunosuppression. 8th International Veterinary Immunology Symposium August 2007, Ouro Preto, Brazil (Poster).

  41. Giotis ES, Scott A, Burt DW, Kaiser P, Todd D, Glass EJ Global analysis of the effects of attenuated and VP3 mutant isolates of Chicken Anaemia Virus on host gene expression using oligonucleotide arrays -Combating viral diseases of livestock initiative and combating avian influenza initiative workshop March 2007 Oxford, UK (Poster and oral).

  42. Giotis ES, Scott ANJ, Waddington D, Downing A, Talbot R, Burt DW, Kaiser P, Todd D, Glass EJ Profiling host gene expression changes associated with chicken anaemia virus, using in vitro and in vivo model conditions- 5thEuropean Bioinformatics Workshop, September 2006 Budapest, Hungary (Oral).

  43. Giotis ΕS, Kaiser P, Rothwell L, Todd D, Scott A, Burt D, Glass EJ The mechanisms of virus-induced immunosuppression in poultry – the circovirus Chicken Anaemia Virus as a model system. 6th Ark-Genomics Workshop, September 2006 Cambridge, UK (Poster and oral).

  44. Scott ANJ, Giotis ES, Kaiser P, Burt DW, Glass EJ, Todd D Molecular interaction of chicken anaemia virus with the host investigated by microarray analysis. 7th International Congress of Veterinary Virology September 2006, Lisbon Portugal (Poster).

  45. Giotis ES, Muthayian A, McDowell DA, Blair IS, Wilkinson BJ Gene expression changes in response to alkali stress in Listeria monocytogenes 10403S American Society for Microbiology-General Meeting May 2006, Orlando, Florida USA (Poster).

  46. Giotis ES, Muthayian A, McDowell DA, Blair IS, Wilkinson BJ Transcriptomic analysis of the Alkaline-Tolerance Response (AlTR) in Listeria monocytogenes 10403S European Congress on Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases April 2006, Nice, France (Poster).

  47. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS Changes of Listeria monocytogenes surface proteins during exposure to a range of alkaline pH values. Irish Branch of Society of General Microbiology -Molecular Diagnostics in Medical Microbiology September 2005, Coleraine, Northern Ireland (2nd poster award).

  48. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS Contribution of proteinosynthesis to Alkaline-Tolerance Response (AlTR) of Listeria monocytogenes using two-dimensional gel electrophoresis. SGM: Applications of Molecular Microbiology, April 2005, Cork, Ireland (Oral presentation).

  49. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS Morphological changes of Listeria monocytogenes when subjected in mild alkaline conditions. European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases-Congress March 2005, Copenhagen, Denmark (Poster).

  50. Giotis ES, McDowell DA, Blair IS Alkaline Stress Response in Listeria monocytogenes: Role of σB, Protein synthesis and morphological alteration. Royal Society of Chemistry meeting July 2004, Reading, UK (Oral).

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  52. Other publications:

  53. Giotis ES, Tito D, Bostock J, Zita J, Kluson P, Krysa J, Yigit F, Kold K, Loeffler A, Guardabassi L, Lloyd DH, Staerk K (2011) Development of pig accommodation suitable for testing the effects of hygiene and disinfection on MRSA carrier pigs PVS J 65: 34-41.

  54. Mini Review: ‘Filamentation in the major foodborne pathogens’ published at the Microbiologist, September 2005.

  55. John F. T. Spencer, Alicia L. Ragout De Spencer entitled ‘Public Health Microbiology-Methods and Protocols’ Book Review published at the Microbiologist, June 2005. 

  56. Stephen Hunt & Frederick Livesey entitled ‘Functional Genomics-A practical approach’ Book Review published at the Microbiologist, December 2004.

  57. Kataki P.K. & Babu S.C. entitled ‘Food systems for Improved Human Nutrition’ Book Review published at the Journal of Human Nutrition and Dietetics, October 2003 (16 pp. 373-374).

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