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Category: "Refereed journal"

Melville, L., Van Dijk, J., Mitchell, S., Innocent, G.T. and Bartley, D.J. (2020). Variation in hatching responses of Nematodirus battus eggs to temperature experiences. Parasites and Vectors 13(1). BMC.

Melville, L., Redman, E., Morrison, A., Chen, P.C.R., Avramenko, R., Mitchell, S., Van Dijk, J., Innocent, G.T., Sargison, F., Aitken, C., Gilleard, J.S. and Bartley, D.J. (2020). Large scale screening for benzimidazole resistance mutations in Nematodirus battus, using both pyrosequence genotyping and deep amplicon sequencing, indicates the early emergence of resistance on UK sheep farms. International Journal for Parasitology: Drugs and Drug Resistance 12, 68-76. Elsevier.

Eze, J., Innocent, G.T., Adam, K., Huntley, S. and Gunn, G. J. (2019). Exploring the longitudinal dynamics of herd BVD antibody test results using model-based clustering. Scientific Reports 9, 11353. Nature Publishing Group.

Nunn, F., Bartley, K., Palarea Albaladejo, J., Innocent, G.T., Turnbull, F., Wright, H. and Nisbet, A.J. (2019). A novel, high-welfare methodology for evaluating poultry red mite interventions in vivo. Veterinary Parasitology 267(2019), 42-46. Elsevier.

Smith, L.A., Swain, D.L., Innocent, G.T., Nevison, I.M. and Hutchings, M.R. (2019). Considering appropriate replication in the design of animal social network studies. Scientific Reports 9, 7208. Springer Nature.

Humphry, RW., Evans, J., Webster, C., Tongue, SC., Innocent, G.T. and Gunn, G.J. (2018). An empirical comparison of isolate-based and sample-based definitions of antimicrobial resistance, and their effect on estimates of prevalence. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 150, 143-150. Elsevier.

Rydevik, G.R., Innocent, G.T. and McKendrick, I.J. (2018). Evaluating diagnostic tests with near-perfect specificity: use of a Hui-Walter approach when designing a trial of a DIVA test for bovine Tuberculosis. Frontiers in Veterinary Science 5, 192. Frontiers, Lausanne Switzerland.

Innocent, G.T., Gilbert, L., Jones, E. O., McLeod, J.E., Gunn, G. J., McKendrick, I.J. and Albon, S. D. (2017). Combining slaughterhouse surveillance data with cattle tracing scheme and environmental data to quantify environmental risk factors for liver fluke in cattle. Frontiers in Veterinary Science 4(65). Frontiers, Lausanne Switzerland.

Rydevik, G., Innocent, G.T., Marion, G., Davidson, R.S., White, P.C.L., Billinis, C., Barrow, P., Mertens, P.P.C., Gavier-Widen, D. and Hutchings, M.R. (2016). Using combined diagnostic test results to hindcast trends of infection from cross-sectional data. PLoS Computational Biology 12(7). Public Library of Science, San Francisco, USA.

Wells, B., Shaw, H., Innocent, G.T., Guido, S., Hotchkiss, E., Parigi, M., Opsteegh, M., Green, J.J., Gillespie, S., Innes, E.A. and Katzer, F. (2015). Molecular detection of Toxoplasma gondii in water samples from Scotland and a comparison between the 529bp real-time PCR and ITS1 nested PCR. Water Research 87, 175-181. Elsevier.

Herbert, LJ., Vali, L., Hoyle, D., Innocent, G.T., McKendrick, I.J., Pearce, M.C., Mellor, D.J., Porphyre, T., Locking, M., Allison, L.J., Hanson, M.F., Matthews, L., Gunn, G.J., Woolhouse, M.E.J. and Chase-Topping, M.E. (2014). E. coli O157 on Scottish cattle farms: evidence of local spread and persistence using repeat cross-sectional data. BMC Veterinary Research 10(95).

Getachew, A.M., Innocent, G.T., Proudman, C.J., Trawford,, A., Feseha, G., Reid, S.W.J., Faith, B. and Love, S. (2013). Field efficacy of praziquantel oral paste against naturally acquired equine cestodes in Ethiopia. Parasitology Research 112(1), 141-146. Blackwell and Hall, Almería, Spain.

Nickbakhsh, S., Matthews, L., Dent, J.E., Innocent, G.T., Arnold, M.E., Reid, S.W.J. and Kao, R.R. (2013). Implications of within-farm transmission for network dynamics: consequences for the spread of avian influenza. Epidemics 5(2), 67-76.

Strachan, N.J.C., Rotariu, O., Smith-Palmer, A., Cowden, J., Sheppard, S.K., O'Brien, S., Maiden, M.C.J., Macrae, M., Bessell, P.R., Matthews, L., Reid, S.W.J., Innocent, G.T., Ogden, I.D. and Forbes, K.J. (2013). Identifying the seasonal origins of human campylobacteriosis. Epidemiology and Infection 141(6), 1267-1275. Blackwell and Hall, Almería, Spain.

Wells, B., Innocent, G.T., Eckersall, P.D., Nisbet, A.J. and Burgess, S.T.G. (2013). Two major ruminant acute phase proteins, haptoglobin and serum amyloid A, as serum biomarkers during active sheep scab infestation. Veterinary Research 44(103).

Bessell, P.R., Rotariu, O., Innocent, G.T., Smith-Palmer, A., Strachan, N.J.C., Forbes, K.J., Cowden, J., Reid, S.W.J. and Matthews, L. (2012). Using sequence data to identify alternative routes and risk of infection: a case-study of campylobacter in Scotland. BMC Infectious Diseases 12. Blackwell and Hall, Almería, Spain.

Burgess, S., Innocent, G.T., Nunn, F., Frew, D., Kenyon, F., Nisbet, A.J. and Huntley, J.F. (2012). The use of a Psoroptes ovis serodiagnostic test for the analysis of a natural outbreak of sheep scab. Parasites and Vectors 5(7).

Denwood, M.J., Love, S., Innocent, G.T., Matthews, L., McKendrick, I.J., Hillary, N., Smith, A. and Reid, S.W.J. (2012). Quantifying the sources of variability in equine faecal egg counts: implications for improving the utility of the method. Veterinary Parasitology 188, 120-126.

Getachew, A.M., Innocent, G.T., Trawford,, A., Reid, S.W.J. and Love, S. (2012). Gasterophilosis: a major cause of rectal prolapse in working donkeys in Ethiopia. Tropical Animal Health and Production 44(4), 757-762.

Getachew, A.M., Innocent, G.T., Proudman, C.J., Trawford,, A., Feseha, G., Reid, S.W.J., Faith, B. and Love, S. (2012). Equine cestodosis: a sero-epidemiological study of Anoplocephala perfoliata infection in Ethiopia. Veterinary Research Communications 36(2), 93-98.

Heller, J., Innocent, G.T., Denwood, M.J., Reid, S.W.J., Kelly, L. and Mellor, D.J. (2011). Assessing the probability of acquisition of meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in a dog using a nested stochastic simulation model and logistic regression sensitivity analysis. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 9(2-4), 211-224.

Nunn, F.G., Burgess, S.T.G., Innocent, G.T., Nisbet, A.J., Bates, P. and Huntley, J.F. (2011). Development of a serodiagnostic test for sheep scab using recombinant protein, Pso o 2. Molecular and Cellular Probes 25(5-6), 212-218.

Bessell, P.R., Matthews, L., Smith-Palmer, A., Rotariu, O., Strachan, N.J.C., Forbes, K.J., Cowden, J., Reid, S.W.J. and Innocent, G.T. (2010). Geographic determinants of reported human Campylobacter infections in Scotland. BioMed Central Public Health 10, 423.

Denwood, M.J., Reid, S.W.J., Love, S., Nielsen, M.K., Matthews, L., McKendrick, I.J. and Innocent, G.T. (2010). Comparison of three alternative methods for analysis of equine faecal egg count reduction test data. Preventive Veterinary Medicine 93(4), 316-323.

Getachew, A.M., Innocent, G.T., Trawford,, A., Reid, S.W.J. and Love, S. (2010). Epidemiological features of fasciolosis in working donkeys in Ethiopia. Veterinary Parasitology 169(3-4), 335-339. Blackwell and Hall, Almería, Spain.

Goncalves, R., Anderson, T.J., Innocent, G.T. and Penderis, J. (2010). Effect of seizures on cerebrospinal fluid analysis in dogs with idiopathic epilepsy. Veterinary Record 166(16), 497-498.

Pollock, K.G.J., Ternent, H., Mellor, D.J., Chalmers, R.M., Smith, H.V., Ramsay, C.N. and Innocent, G.T. (2010). Spatial and Temporal Epidemiology of Sporadic Human Cryptosporidiosis in Scotland. Zoonoses and Public Health 57(7-8), 487-492. Blackwell and Hall, Almería, Spain.

Rotariu, O., Smith-Palmer, A., Cowden, J., Bessell, P.R., Innocent, G.T., Reid, S.W.J., Matthews, L., Dallas, J., Ogden, I.D., Forbes, K.J. and Strachan, N.J.C. (2010). Putative household outbreaks of campylobacteriosis typically comprise single MLST genotypes. Epidemiology and Infection 138, 1744-1747.

Montiero, A.R., Anderson, T.J., Innocent, G.T., Evans, N.P. and Penderis, J. (2009). Variations in serum concentration of phenobarbitone in dogs receiving regular twice daily doses in relation to the times of administration. Veterinary Record 165(19), 556-558.

Rendle, D.I., Heller, J., Hughes, K.J., Innocent, G.T. and Durham, A.E. (2009). Stability of common biochemistry analytes in equine blood stored at room temperature. Equine Veterinary Journal 41(5), 428-432.

Category: "Book Chapter"

Humphry, RW., Evans, J., Webster, C., Tongue, SC., Innocent, G.T. and Gunn, G.J. (2017). Optimising the measurement of antimicrobial resistance for use in epidemiology. In "Proceedings of the Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine". SVEPM.

Denwood, M.J., Reid, S.W.J., Love, S., Nielsen, M.K., Matthews, L., McKendrick, I.J. and Innocent, G.T. (2009). Use and validation of a novel MCMC method of analysis for faecal egg count reduction test data. In "Proceedings of the Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine", 151-160. SVEPM.

Heller, J., Innocent, G.T., Kelly, L., Reid, S.W.J. and Mellor, D.J. (2009). Quantitative risk assessment for the acquisition of Meticillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) in dogs. In "Proceedings of the Society of Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health", 23-34. SVEPM.

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