Andrew Millard
Andrew Millard
Associate Professor, University of Leicester
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Phages in nature
MRJ Clokie, AD Millard, AV Letarov, S Heaphy
Bacteriophage 1 (1), 31-45, 2011
7162011
Bacterial photosynthesis genes in a virus
NH Mann, A Cook, A Millard, S Bailey, M Clokie
Nature 424 (6950), 741-741, 2003
4482003
The Genome of S-PM2, a “Photosynthetic” T4-Type Bacteriophage That Infects Marine Synechococcus Strains
NH Mann, MRJ Clokie, A Millard, A Cook, WH Wilson, PJ Wheatley, ...
Journal of bacteriology 187 (9), 3188-3200, 2005
2662005
Genetic organization of the psbAD region in phages infecting marine Synechococcus strains
A Millard, MRJ Clokie, DA Shub, NH Mann
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 101 (30), 11007-11012, 2004
2322004
Genetic diversity of marine Synechococcus and co‐occurring cyanophage communities: evidence for viral control of phytoplankton
M Mühling, NJ Fuller, A Millard, PJ Somerfield, D Marie, WH Wilson, ...
Environmental Microbiology 7 (4), 499-508, 2005
2162005
Mining genomes of marine cyanobacteria for elements of zinc homeostasis
JP Barnett, A Millard, AZ Ksibe, DJ Scanlan, R Schmid, CA Blindauer
Frontiers in Microbiology 3, 2012
1532012
Comparative genomics of marine cyanomyoviruses reveals the widespread occurrence of Synechococcus host genes localized to a hyperplastic region: implications for mechanisms of …
AD Millard, K Zwirglmaier, MJ Downey, NH Mann, DJ Scanlan
Environmental microbiology 11 (9), 2370-2387, 2009
1472009
Eighteenth-century genomes show that mixed infections were common at time of peak tuberculosis in Europe
HDDMJP Gemma L. Kay, Martin J. Sergeant, Zhemin Zhou, Jacqueline Z.-M. Chan ...
Nature Communications 6, 2015
1352015
Differences in the Faecal Microbiome in Schistosoma haematobium Infected Children vs. Uninfected Children
MP Gemma Louise Kay, Andrew Millard, Martin J. Sergeant, Nicholas Midzi ...
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2015
732015
Cyanophage infection and photoinhibition in marine cyanobacteria
S Bailey, MRJ Clokie, A Millard, NH Mann
Research in microbiology 155 (9), 720-725, 2004
702004
Viruses Inhibit CO2 Fixation in the Most Abundant Phototrophs on Earth
RJ Puxty, AD Millard, DJ Evans, DJ Scanlan
Current Biology 26 (12), 1585-1589, 2016
582016
Shedding new light on viral photosynthesis
RJ Puxty, AD Millard, DJ Evans, DJ Scanlan
Photosynthesis research 126 (1), 71-97, 2015
582015
Marine phage genomics: the tip of the iceberg
B Perez Sepulveda, T Redgwell, B Rihtman, F Pitt, DJ Scanlan, A Millard
FEMS microbiology letters 363 (15), 2016
512016
T4 genes in the marine ecosystem: studies of the T4-like cyanophages and their role in marine ecology
MRJ Clokie, AD Millard, NH Mann
Virology journal 7 (1), 1-19, 2010
502010
Virus isolation studies suggest short-term variations in abundance in natural cyanophage populations of the Indian Ocean
MRJ Clokie, AD Millard, JY Mehta, NH Mann
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 86 (3 …, 2006
502006
Efficacy of an Optimised Bacteriophage Cocktail to Clear Clostridium difficile in a Batch Fermentation Model
JY Nale, TA Redgwell, A Millard, MRJ Clokie
Antibiotics 7 (1), 13, 2018
492018
Dynamic distribution of SeqA protein across the chromosome of Escherichia coli K-12
MA Sánchez-Romero, SJW Busby, NP Dyer, S Ott, AD Millard, ...
MBio 1 (1), e00012-10, 2010
492010
Comparative genomics defines the core genome of the growing N4-like phage genus and identifies N4-like Roseophage specific genes
JZM Chan, AD Millard, NH Mann, H Schäfer
Frontiers in microbiology 5, 506, 2014
472014
Light‐dependent adsorption of photosynthetic cyanophages to Synechococcus sp. WH7803
Y Jia, J Shan, A Millard, MRJ Clokie, NH Mann
FEMS microbiology letters 310 (2), 120-126, 2010
422010
A temporal and spatial investigation of cyanophage abundance in the Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea
AD Millard, NH Mann
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 86 (3 …, 2006
392006
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