Dr Elizabeth Hart

PhD

Dr Elizabeth Hart

Post-Doctoral Research Assistant - Future Forages

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Addressing global ruminant agricultural challenges through understanding the rumen microbiome: Past, present and futureHuws, S. A., Creevey, C., Oyama, L. B., Mizrahi, I., Denman, S. E., Popova, M., Munoz-tamayo, R., Forano, E., Waters, S. M., Hess, M., Tapio, I., Smidt, H., Krizsan, S., Yanez-Ruiz, D. R., Belanche, A., Guan, L. L., Gruninger, R. J., McAllister, T., Newbold, J., Roehe, R., Dewhurst, R. J., Snelling, T. J., Watson, M., Suen, G., Hart, E., Kingston-Smith, A., Scollan, N., Do Prado, R. M., Pilau, E., Mantovani, H. C., Attwood, G. T., Edwards, J. E., McEwan, N., Morrison, S., Mayorga, O., Elliott, C. & Morgavi, D. P., 2018 , In : Frontiers in Microbiology.9, 2161.
Meta-proteomics of rumen microbiota indicates niche compartmentalisation and functional dominance in a limited number of metabolic pathways between abundant bacteriaHart, E., Creevey, C. J., Hitch, T. & Kingston-Smith, A., 2018 , In : Scientific Reports.8, 10504.
The effects of PPO activity on the proteome of ingested red clover and implications for improving the nutrition of grazing cattleHart, E., Onime, L. A., Davies, T., Morphew, R. & Kingston-Smith, A., 2016 , In : Journal of Proteomics.141, p. 67-76
A new enabling proteomics methodology to investigate membrane associated proteins from parasitic nematodes: Case study using ivermectin resistant and ivermectin susceptible isolates of Caenorhabditis elegans and Haemonchus contortusHart, E., Brophy, P., Prescott, M., Bartley, D. J., Wolf, B. & Hamilton, J. V., 2015 , In : Veterinary Parasitology.207, 3-4, p. 266-27510 p.
In vitro biomarker discovery in the parasitic flatworm Fasciola hepatica for monitoring chemotherapeutic treatmentMorphew, R. M., MacKintosh, N. D., Hart, E. H., Prescott, M., LaCourse, E. J. & Brophy, P. M., 2014 , In : EuPA Open Proteomics.3, p. 85-9915 p.
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