Publications

  • Boonham et al (2018) Surveillance for plant pests using meta-barcoding and LAMP techniquesPhytopathology 108 (10)
  • Massart et al (2018) Virus detection by high-throughput sequencing of small rnas: Large scale performance testing of sequence analysis strategiesPhytopathology. 10.1094/PHYTO-02-18-00670R
  • Mann et al (2017) Development and adoption of a next-generation-sequencing approach to diatom-based ecological assessments in the UK. Phycologia 56(4), 125
  • Sabbadin et al (2017) Transcriptome sequencing identifies novel persistent viruses in herbicide resistant wild-grasses. Nature Scientific Reports 7, 41987
  • Glover et al (2016) Next Generation Sequencing in Molecular Methods in Plant Disease Diagnostics: Principles and Protocols, 141
  • Pritchard et al (2016) Genomics and taxonomy in diagnostics for food security: soft-rotting enterobacterial plant pathogensAnalytical Methods 8(1), 12-24
  • Glover et al (2015) Metabarcoding for surveillance and monitoring: meeting policy objectives in the real world. GENOME 58(5), 221
  • Richards et al (2014) The complete genome sequences of two isolates of potato black ringspot virus and their relationship to other isolates and nepoviruses. Archives of Virology 159(4), 811-815
  • Hany et al (2014) The complete genome sequence of Piper yellow mottle virus (PYMoV). Archives of Virology 159 (2), 385-388
  • Saunders et al (2014) Crowdsourced analysis of ash and ash dieback through the Open Ash Dieback project: A year 1 report on datasets and analyses contributed by a self-organising communityBioRxiv 004564
  • Adams et al (2013) Use of next-generation sequencing for the identification and characterization of Maize chlorotic mottle virus and Sugarcane mosaic virus causing maize lethal necrosis in KenyaPlant Pathology 62 (4), 741-749
  • Adams et al (2013) Complete genome sequence of arracacha virus B: a novel cheravirus. Archives of Virology 158 (4), 909-913
  • Adams et al (2013) High throughput real-time RT-PCR assays for specific detection of cassava brown streak disease causal viruses , and their application to testing of planting materialPlant Pathology 62 (1), 233-242
  • Harju et al (2012) New virus detected on Nasturtium officinale (watercress) New Disease Reports 25,1
  • Studholme et al (2011) Application of high-throughput DNA sequencing in phytopathology. Annual Review of Phytopathology 49, 87-105
  • Glover et al  (2011) Detection of honey bee (Apis mellifera) viruses with an oligonucleotide microarrayJournal of Invertebrate Pathology 49, 87-105
  • Adams et al (2011) Next-Generation Sequencing and metagenomics analysis: A universal diagnostic tool in plant pathologyHandbook of Molecular Microbial Ecology II: Metagenomics in different habitats
  • van der Vlugt et al (2011) QBOL: plant virus diagnostics through deep sequencing4th Conference of the International working group on legume and vegetable viruses
  • Monger et al (2010) The complete genome sequence of Canna yellow streak virus. Archives of Virology 155(9), 1515-1518
  • Boonham et al (2010) High throughput sequencing: next wave diagnostics. Phytopathology 100 (6), S154-S154
  • Gamarra et al (2010) Bemisia afer sensu lato, a vector of Sweet potato chlorotic stunt virusPlant disease 94 (5), 510-514
  • Nixon et al (2010) Columnea latent viroid (CLVd) in tomato: the first report in the United Kingdom. Plant pathology 59 (2), 392
  • Monger et al (2010) The complete genome sequence of the Tanzanian strain of Cassava brown streak virus and comparison with the Ugandan strain sequenceArchives of Virology 155 (3), 429-433
  • Glover et al (2010) Assessment of loci for DNA barcoding in the genus Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Molecular Ecology Resources 10 (1), 51-59
  • Adams et al (2009) Validation of quantitative DNA detection systems for PCN. Final Report, Potato Council, Kenilworth, UK
  • Adams et al (2009) Next-generation sequencing and metagenomics analysis: a universal diagnostic tool in plant virology. Molecular Plant Pathology 10(4), 537-545
  • Fox et al (2009) Characterisation of an atypical isolate of PVM. Aspects of Applied Biology 35-40
  • Mumford et al (2008) Iris Yellow spot virus: first finding and detection by real-time PCRPlant pathology 57 (4), 768
  • Boonham et al (2008) Exploiting generic platform technologies for the detection and identification of plant pathogens. European Journal of Plant Pathology 121(3), 355
  • Collins et al (2007) A sequence specific real-time PCR assay for Thrips palmi (Thysanoptera: Thripidae); It’s use and advantages as a molecular quarantine identification tool. Journal of Insect Science, 7