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Bilverstone, Terry W.; Garland, Megan; Cave, Rory J.; Kelly, Michelle L.; Tholen, Martina; Bouley, Donna M.; Kaye, Philip; Minton, Nigel P.; Bogyo, Matthew; Kuehne, Sarah A. and Melnyk, Roman A. (2020). The glucosyltransferase activity of C. difficile Toxin B is required for disease pathogenesis. PLOS Pathogens, 16(9), article no. e1008852.

Bilverstone, T.W.; Minton, N.P. and Kuehne, S.A. (2018). Phosphorylation and functionality of CdtR in Clostridium difficile. In: The 14th Biennial Congress of the Anaerobe Society of the Americas, 09-12 Jul 2018, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA..

Bilverstone, T. W.; Kinsmore, N. L.; Minton, N. P. and Kuehne, S. A. (2016). CdtR (only) the regulator of binary toxin in Clostridium difficile. In: The 13th Biennial Congress of the Anaerobe Society of the Americas, 11-14 Jul 2016, Tennessee, USA..

Bilverstone, Terry; Kinsmore, Natasha; Minton, Nigel and Kuehne, Sarah (2016). Construction and Characterisation of CDR20291 ΔPaLoc Model Strains for the Study of Binary Toxin Regulation in Clostridium difficile. In: Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2016, 21-24 Mar 2016, Liverpool, UK..

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Kerr, S.; Bilverstone, T.W. and Minton, N.P. (2022). Engineering Clostridioides difficile phages for therapeutic use – identifying the potential repressor gene. In: Phages: Bacteriophage in Medicine, Food and Biotechnology, 05-06 Sep 2022, Oxford, United Kingdom..

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Monteford, Jorge; Bilverstone, Terry W.; Ingle, Patrick; Philip, Sheryl; Kuehne, Sarah A. and Minton, Nigel P. (2021). What's a SNP between friends: The lineage of Clostridioides difficile R20291 can effect research outcomes. Anaerobe, 71, article no. 102422.

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Simpson, Morgan; Bilverstone, Terry; Leslie, Jhansi; Donlan, Alexandra; Uddin, Md Jashim; Petri, William A; Marin, Natasha; Kuehne, Sarah; Minton, Nigel P and Petri, William A (2023). Clostridioides difficile Binary Toxin Binding Component Increases Virulence in a Hamster Model. Open Forum Infectious Diseases, 10(3)

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Whittle, M. J.; Bilverstone, T. W.; van Esveld, R. J.; Lücke, A. C.; Lister, M. M.; Kuehne, S. A.; Minton, N. P. and Auchtung, Jennifer M. (2022). A Novel Bacteriophage with Broad Host Range against Clostridioides difficile Ribotype 078 Supports SlpA as the Likely Phage Receptor. Microbiology Spectrum, 10(1)


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