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Professor Mark Viney

Professor Mark Viney

Professor Mark Viney
BSc(Lond), PhD(Liv)

Professor

Area of research

Nematode Biology

Office Life Sciences: 2A19
Life Sciences Building,
24 Tyndall Avenue, Bristol BS8 1TQ
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+44 (0) 117 39 41203

Summary

I am interested in the biology of nematode roundworms, particularly parasitic species. More information about my research is here: Nematode Biology.

Strongyloides ratti

Activities / Findings

I'm interested in the biology of nematode roundworms, particularly parasitic species. You can find out more about my research here: Nematode Biology page

Selected publications

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Recent publications

  • Hunt, VL, Tsai, IJ, Coghlan, A, Reid, AJ, Holroyd, N, Foth, BJ, Tracey, A, Cotton, JA, Stanley, EJ, Beasley, H, Bennett, HM, Brooks, K, Harsha, B, Kajitani, R, Kulkarni, A, Harbecke, D, Nagayasu, E, Nichol, S, Ogura, Y, Quail, MA, Randle, N, Xia, D, Brattig, NW, Soblik, H, Ribeiro, DM, Sanchez-Flores, A, Hayashi, T, Itoh, T, Denver, DR, Grant, W, Stoltzfus, JD, Lok, JB, Murayama, H, Wastling, J, Streit, A, Kikuchi, T, Viney, M & Berriman, M, 2015, ‘The genomic basis of parasitism in the Strongyloides clade of nematodes’. Nature Genetics, vol 48., pp. 299-307
  • Viney, ME & Lok, JB, 2015, ‘The biology of Strongyloides spp’. in: WormBook., pp. 1-17

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