Ngā rangahau kua whakaputaina / Published research

At ESR, we undertake research, both independently and with partners, that makes a real difference to the lives of people in New Zealand and around the world. Supported by a dedicated Research Office, our research scientists are leaders in their field and utilise their applied science knowledge to their research programmes. 

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Registry for ResearchPublication


Title Source Authors Department Year Link
Gradient differences in soil metal solubility and uptake by shoots and roots of wheat (T-aestivum) Biology and Fertility of Soils, 50(4):685-694 A. Black, R. G. McLaren, T. W. Speir, L. Clucas and L. M. Condron 2014 Details
A method for DNA and RNA co-extraction for use on forensic samples using the Promega DNA IQ (TM) system Forensic Science International-Genetics, 5(1):64-68 A. Bowden, R. Fleming and S. Harbison 2011 Details
Structure and Function of P19, a High-Affinity Iron Transporter of the Human Pathogen Campylobacter jejuni Journal of Molecular Biology, 401(4):590-604 A. C. K. Chan, T. I. Doukov, M. Scofield, S. A. L. Tom-Yew, A. B. Ramin, J. K. MacKichan, E. C. Gaynor and M. E. P. Murphy 2010 Details
Using oral microbial DNA analysis to identify expirated bloodspatter International Journal of Legal Medicine, 124(6):569-576 A. E. Donaldson, M. C. Taylor, S. J. Cordiner and I. L. Lamont 2010 Details
Characterising the dynamics of expirated bloodstain pattern formation using high-speed digital video imaging International Journal of Legal Medicine, 125(6):757-762 A. E. Donaldson, N. K. Walker, I. L. Lamont, S. J. Cordiner and M. C. Taylor 2011 Details
Exploring the recovery and detection of messenger RNA and DNA from enhanced fingermarks in blood Science & justice : journal of the Forensic Science Society, 54(3):192-8 A. Fox, M. Gittos, S. A. Harbison, R. Fleming and R. Wivell 2014 Details
Superhydrophobic New Zealand leaves: contact angle and drop impact experiments Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand, 43(4):198-210 A. Fritsch, G. R. Willmott and M. Taylor 2013 Details
WHO Initiative to Estimate the Global Burden of Foodborne Diseases Lancet, 381:59-59 A. H. Havelaar, A. Cawthorne, F. Angulo, D. Bellinger, T. Corrigan, A. Cravioto, H. Gibb, T. Hald, J. Ehiri, M. Kirk, R. Lake, N. Praet, N. Speybroeck, N. de Silva, C. Stein, P. Torgerson, T. Kuchenmueller and E. Foodborne Dis Burden 2013 Details
Comparison of PCR binary typing (P-BIT), a new approach to epidemiological subtyping of Campylobacter jejuni, with serotyping, pulsed-field gel electrophoresis, and multilocus sequence typing methods Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 76(5):1533-1544 A. J. Cornelius, B. Gilpin, P. Carter, C. Nicol and S. L. W. On 2010 Details
Same-day subtyping of Campylobacter jejuni and C. coli isolates by use of multiplex ligation-dependent probe amplification-binary typing Journal of clinical microbiology, 52(9):3345-50 A. J. Cornelius, O. Vandenberg, B. Robson, B. J. Gilpin, S. M. Brandt, P. Scholes, D. Martiny, P. E. Carter, P. van Vught, J. Schouten and S. L. W. On 2014 Details