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  • Buttimer, Colin; McAuliffe, Olivia; Ross, R. Paul; Hill, Colin; O'Mahony, Jim; Coffey, Aidan (Frontiers Media, 2017-01-20)
    Losses in crop yields due to disease need to be reduced in order to meet increasing global food demands associated with growth in the human population. There is a well-recognized need to develop new environmentally friendly ...
  • Ó Doibhlin, Crónán (Open Book Publishers in association with the Institute of English Studies School of Advanced Study, 2016-12)
    The Cantwell collection (with the agreement of Dr Eamonn Cantwell) is an open collection within the Boole Library, University College Cork, and the Library has added a small number of significant titles to the collection ...
  • Jackson, Matthew A.; Jeffery, Ian B.; Beaumont, Michelle; Bell, Jordana T.; Clark, Andrew G.; Ley, Ruth E.; Oâ Toole, Paul W.; Spector, Tim D.; Steves, Claire J. (BioMed Central, 2016-01-29)
    Background: Frailty is arguably the biggest problem associated with population ageing, and associates with gut microbiome composition in elderly and care-dependent individuals. Here we characterize frailty associations ...
  • Cadogan, Sharon Louise (University College Cork, 2016)
    Background Laboratory testing plays a fundamental role in the screening, diagnoses and monitoring of many conditions. Given the increased pressures on the Irish health service, improving inefficiencies and reducing waste, ...
  • Mahony, Jennifer; Oliveira, Joana; Collins, Barry; Hanemaaijer, Laurens; Lugli, Gabriele Andrea; Neve, Horst; Ventura, Marco; Kouwen, Thijs R.; Cambillau, Christian; van Sinderen, Douwe (BioMed Central, 2017-02-10)
    Background: Despite continuous research efforts, bacterio(phages) infecting Lactococcus lactis starter strains persist as a major threat to dairy fermentations. The lactococcal P335 phages, which are currently classified ...

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