J. Moore
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Occurrence of Campylobacter in retail foods in Ireland.
P. Whyte, K. McGill, +10 authors M. Cormican
Medicine, Biology
International journal of food microbiology
1 September 2004
TLDR
A surveillance study to determine the prevalence of Campylobacter in a range of retail foods purchased in three Irish cities over a 20-month period between March 2001 and October 2002 found that the organism was not detected in any of the comminuted pork puddings, prepared vegetables and salads, retail sandwiches or cheeses made from unpasteurised milk. Expand
182 Citations
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Proposed definitions of community-associated meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (CA-MRSA).
B. Millar, A. Loughrey, J. Elborn, J. Moore
MedicineThe Journal of hospital infection
1 October 2007
TLDR
The aim of this article is to highlight the differences between HA-MRSA and CA- MRSA and to propose standard definitions of the various subgroups of CA-MRsa. Expand
117 Citations
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Fungal Endocarditis in Neonates and Children
B. Millar, J. Jugo, J. Moore
Medicine
Pediatric Cardiology

1 September 2005
TLDR
The aim of this article is to discuss the incidence due to a wide range of fungi, primarily Aspergillus and Candida species, as well as its diagnosis, including the importance of molecular-based approaches and various treatment regimes. Expand
55 Citations
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Under the Microscope: Arcobacter
W. Snelling, M. Matsuda, J. Moore, J. Dooley
Biology, MedicineLetters in applied microbiology
1 January 2006
TLDR
Characteristics of the genus Arcobacter are described, which are considered as an emerging human pathogen, and is of significance towards animal health, and public health significance, culturing and typing, reservoirs, and antimicrobial studies are focused on. Expand
82 Citations
5
Occurrence and molecular genotyping of Cryptosporidium spp. in surface waters in Northern Ireland
C. Lowery, J. Moore, +4 authors J. Dooley
Biology, MedicineJournal of applied microbiology
1 November 2001
Aims: To investigate the incidence and genotype of Cryptosporidium parvum oocysts in drinking water sources in Northern Ireland for the period 1996–1999, and to compare conventional and molecular… Expand
36 Citations
5
Presence of Salmonella spp. and Campylobacter spp. in shellfish.
I. Wilson, J. Moore
Biology, MedicineEpidemiology and infection
1 April 1996
TLDR
Findings show bed classification on the basis of indicator organisms alone is not sufficient to assure the absence of bacterial, and no doubt viral, pathogens and may wish to consider whether tests for pathogens such as salmonella and campylobacter should be included when determining the suitability of shellfish for human consumption. Expand
161 Citations
4
A simple and sensitive method to extract bacterial, yeast and fungal DNA from blood culture material.
B. Millar, X. Jiru, J. Moore, J. Earle
Biology, Medicine
Journal of microbiological methods
1 October 2000
TLDR
This study investigated the various commercially available kits and 'in-house' methods to extract DNA from Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria, yeast and fungal agents in commonly employed blood culture material and indicated that a simple wash/alkali/heat lysis method was the most sensitive, reproducible, simple and cost-effective extraction method.Expand
151 Citations
4
Clinical outcome of Burkholderia cepacia complex infection in cystic fibrosis adults.
J. Courtney, K. Dunbar, +4 authors J. Elborn
Medicine
Journal of cystic fibrosis : official journal of…
1 June 2004
TLDR
BCC infection is associated with an accelerated decline in pulmonary function and BMI and infection with a single B. cenocepacia strain was associated with a more rapid decline in lung function than those infected with either B. multivorans or P. aeruginosa.Expand
122 Citations
4
Campylobacter jejuni
W. Snelling, M. Matsuda, J. Moore, J. Dooley
Biology, MedicineLetters in applied microbiology
1 October 2005
TLDR
The review then focuses on the worldwide problem of C. jejuni antimicrobial resistance and mechanisms of pathogenesis and virulence, and unravelling these areas will help with the development of new therapeutic agents and ultimately decrease illness caused by this important human pathogen. Expand
109 Citations
4
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Detection and speciation of Cryptosporidium spp. in environmental water samples by immunomagnetic separation, PCR and endonuclease restriction.
C. Lowery, J. Moore, +4 authors J. Dooley
Biology, MedicineJournal of medical microbiology
1 September 2000
TLDR
PCR has the potential to improve current detection capabilities greatly by differentiating the major human pathogens from non-pathogenic species, and will greatly facilitate a closer examination of the epidemiology of this important pathogen. Expand
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