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(2019-03) - Journal articleObjective: To explore general practitioner (GP) training, continuing professional development, scope of practice, ethical issues and challenges in the working environment in three European countries. Method: Qualitative ...
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Translational biology of nematode effectors. Or, to put it another way, functional analysis of effectors – what’s the point? (2017) - Journal articleThere has been a huge amount of work put into identifying and characterising effectors from plant-parasitic nematodes in recent years. Although this work has provided insights into the mechanisms by which nematodes can ...
(2018-01-19) - Journal articleTo promote children’s health in Europe, the World Health Organization (WHO) developed the European child and adolescent health strategy 2015–2020, which is supported and will be implemented by all Member States (MS). In ...
(Humana Press/Springer, 2018) - Book itemMycobacterium marinum, the causative agent of fish tuberculosis, is rarely a human pathogen causing a chronic skin infection. It is now wildely used as a model system in animal models, especially in zebra fish model, to ...