Items where Kingston Author is "Lawton, Scott"
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Cook, Courtney A, Lawton, Scott P, Davies, Angela J and Smit, Nico J (2014) Reassignment of the land tortoise haemogregarine Haemogregarina fitzsimonsi Dias 1953 (Adeleorina: Haemogregarinidae) to the genus Hepatozoon Miller 1908 (Adeleorina: Hepatozoidae) based on parasite morphology, life cycle and phylogenetic analysis of 18S rDNA sequence fragments. Parasitology, pp. 1-10. ISSN (print) 0031-1820 (Epub Ahead of Print)
Lawton, Scott P., Lim, Rivka M., Dukes, Juliet P., Cook, Richard T., Walker, Anthony J. and Kirk, Ruth S. (2014) Identification of a major causative agent of human cercarial dermatitis, Trichobilharzia franki (Muller and Kimmig 1994), in southern England and its evolutionary relationships with other European populations. Parasites & Vectors, 7, p. 277. ISSN (online) 1756-3305
Hayes, Polly M., Lawton, Scott P., Smit, Nico J., Gibson, Wendy C. and Davies, Angela J. (2014) Morphological and molecular characterization of a marine fish trypanosome from South Africa, including its development in a leech vector. Parasites & Vectors, 7(50), ISSN (print) 1756-3305
Lawton, Scott P. and Majoros, Gábor (2013) A foreign invader or a reclusive native? DNA bar coding reveals a distinct European lineage of the zoonotic parasite 'Schistosoma turkestanica' (syn. 'Orientobilharzia turkestanicum' (Dutt and Srivastava, 1955)). Infection, Genetics and Evolution, 14, pp. 186-193. ISSN (print) 1567-1348
Sealey, Katie L., Kirk, Ruth S., Walker, Anthony J., Rollinson, David and Lawton, Scott (2013) Adaptive radiation within the vaccine target tetraspanin-23 across nine Schistosoma species from Africa. International Journal for Parasitology, 43(1), pp. 95-103. ISSN (print) 0020-7519
Lawton, Scott P., Hirai, Hirohisa, Ironside, Joe E., Johnston, David A. and Rollinson, David (2011) Genomes and geography: genomic insights into the evolution and phylogeography of the genus 'Schistosoma'. Parasites & Vectors, 4(1), ISSN (online) 1756-3305