Items where Subject is "QR Microbiology"

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Cardoso, M. A., Gonçalves, H. M. R. and Davis, F. (2023) Reactive oxygen species in biological media are they friend or foe? Major In vivo and In vitro sensing challenges. Talanta, 260. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1873-3573

Chansud, N., Kaewnok, R., Nurerk, P., Davis, F. and Bunkoed, O. (2023) Ultrasensitive and highly selective fluorescence probe of nitrogen-doped graphene quantum dots and zinc oxide decorated carbon foam incorporated molecularly imprinted polymer for trace sparfloxacin determination. Materials Today Communications, 35. p. 105687. ISSN 23524928

Ghani, A., Hodeify, R., See, C. H., Keates, S., Lee, D.-J. and Bouridane, A. (2022) Computer Vision-Based Kidney’s (HK-2) Damaged Cells Classification with Reconfigurable Hardware Accelerator (FPGA). Electronics, 11 (24). pp. 1-17. ISSN 2079-9292

Lipscomb, I. P., Hervé, R., Harris, K., Pinchin, H., Collin, R. and Keevil, C. W. (2007) Amyloid-specific fluorophores for the rapid, sensitive in situ detection of prion contamination on surgical instruments. The Journal of general virology, 88 (Pt 9). pp. 2619-26. ISSN 0022-1317

Lipscomb, I. P., Pinchin, H., Collin, R. and Keevil, C. W. (2007) Effect of drying time, ambient temperature and pre-soaks on prion-infected tissue contamination levels on surgical stainless steel: concerns over prolonged transportation of instruments from theatre to central sterile service departments. The Journal of hospital infection, 65 (1). pp. 72-7. ISSN 0195-6701

Lipscomb, I. P., Pinchin, H. E., Collin, R., Harris, K. and Keevil, C. W. (2006) Are surgical stainless steel wires used for intracranial implantation of PrPsc a good model of iatrogenic transmission from contaminated surgical stainless steel instruments after cleaning? The Journal of hospital infection, 64 (4). pp. 339-43. ISSN 0195-6701

Lipscomb, I. P., Pinchin, H. E., Collin, R., Harris, K. and Keevil, C. W. (2006) The sensitivity of approved Ninhydrin and Biuret tests in the assessment of protein contamination on surgical steel as an aid to prevent iatrogenic prion transmission. The Journal of hospital infection, 64 (3). pp. 288-92. ISSN 0195-6701

Lipscomb, I. P., Sihota, A. K., Botham, M., Harris, K. L. and Keevil, C. W. (2006) Rapid method for the sensitive detection of protein contamination on surgical instruments. The Journal of hospital infection, 62 (2). pp. 141-8. ISSN 0195-6701

Lipscomb, I. P., Sihota, A. K. and Keevil, C. W. (2006) Comparative study of surgical instruments from sterile-service departments for presence of residual gram-negative endotoxin and proteinaceous deposits. Journal of clinical microbiology, 44 (10). pp. 3728-33. ISSN 0095-1137

Lipscomb, I. P., Sihota, A. K. and Keevil, C. W. (2008) Comparison between visual analysis and microscope assessment of surgical instrument cleanliness from sterile service departments. The Journal of hospital infection, 68 (1). pp. 52-8. ISSN 0195-6701

Lipscomb, I. P., Sihota, A. K. and Keevil, C. W. (2006) Diathermy forceps and pencils: reservoirs for protein and prion contamination? The Journal of hospital infection, 64 (2). pp. 193-4. ISSN 0195-6701

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