Journal Articles

  1. et. al. Genome-wide fitness analyses of the foodborne pathogen Campylobacter jejuni in in vitro and in vivo models. Scientific Reports 7(1)
  2. & Distribution and Genetic Profiles of Campylobacter in Commercial Broiler Production from Breeder to Slaughter in Thailand. PLOS ONE 11(2), e0149585
  3. et. al. Distinct Salmonella Enteritidis lineages associated with enterocolitis in high-income settings and invasive disease in low-income settings. Nature Genetics 48(10), 1211-1217.
  4. & Bacteriophages Isolated from Chicken Meat and the Horizontal Transfer of Antimicrobial Resistance Genes. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 81(14), 4600-4606.
  5. Patterns of genome evolution that have accompanied host adaptation in Salmonella.. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.
  6. & Patterns of genome evolution that have accompanied host adaptation inSalmonella. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(3), 863-868.
  7. & Patterns of genome evolution that have accompanied host adaptation inSalmonella. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(3), 863-868.
  8. & Patterns of genome evolution that have accompanied host adaptation inSalmonella. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(3), 863-868.
  9. Humphrey S, Lacharme-Lora L, Chaloner G, Gibbs K, Humphrey T, Williams N, Wigley P Heterogeneity in the Infection Biology of Campylobacter jejuni Isolates in Three Infection Models Reveals an Invasive and Virulent Phenotype in a ST21 Isolate from Poultry. PLOS ONE 10(10), e0141182
  10. Indikova I, Humphrey TJ, Hilbert F Survival with a Helping Hand: Campylobacter and Microbiota. Frontiers in Microbiology 6
  11. Crayford G, Coombes JL, Humphrey TJ, Wigley P Monophasic expression of FliC by Salmonella 4,[5],12:i:- DT193 does not alter its pathogenicity during infection of porcine intestinal epithelial cells. Microbiology 160(Pt_11), 2507-2516.
  12. & Dynamics of Dual Infection with Campylobacter jejuni Strains in Chickens Reveals Distinct Strain-to-Strain Variation in Infection Ecology. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 80(20), 6366-6372.
  13. & Campylobacter jejuni Is Not Merely a Commensal in Commercial Broiler Chickens and Affects Bird Welfare. mBio 5(4), e01364-14-e01364-14.
  14. Aroori SV, Cogan TA, Humphrey TJ Effect of Noradrenaline on the Virulence Properties ofCampylobacterSpecies. International Journal of Microbiology 2014, 1-10.
  15. Kemmett K, Williams NJ, Chaloner G, Humphrey S, Wigley P, Humphrey T The contribution of systemicEscherichia coliinfection to the early mortalities of commercial broiler chickens. Avian Pathology 43(1), 37-42.
  16. Aroori SV, Cogan TA, Humphrey TJ The Effect of Growth Temperature on the Pathogenicity of Campylobacter. Current Microbiology 67(3), 333-340.
  17. Williams LK, Sait LC, Trantham EK, Cogan TA, Humphrey TJ CampylobacterInfection Has Different Outcomes in Fast- and Slow-Growing Broiler Chickens. Avian Diseases 57(2), 238-241.
  18. Coward C, Sait L, Cogan T, Humphrey TJ, Maskell DJ O-antigen repeat number inSalmonella entericaserovar Enteritidis is important for egg contamination, colonisation of the chicken reproductive tract and survival in egg albumen. FEMS Microbiology Letters 343(2), 169-176.
  19. Kemmett K, Humphrey T, Rushton S, Close A, Wigley P, Williams NJ A Longitudinal Study Simultaneously Exploring the Carriage of APEC Virulence Associated Genes and the Molecular Epidemiology of Faecal and Systemic E. coli in Commercial Broiler Chickens. PLoS ONE 8(6), e67749
  20. Kingsley RA, Kay S, Connor T, Barquist L, Sait L, Holt KE, Sivaraman K, Wileman T, Goulding D, Clare S, Hale C, Seshasayee A, Harris S, Thomson NR, Gardner P, Rabsch W, Wigley P, Humphrey T, Parkhill J, Dougan G Genome and Transcriptome Adaptation Accompanying Emergence of the Definitive Type 2 Host-Restricted Salmonella enterica Serovar Typhimurium Pathovar. mBio 4(5), e00565-13-e00565-13.
  21. Parsons BN, Crayford G, Humphrey TJ, Wigley P Infection of chickens with antimicrobial-resistantSalmonella entericaTyphimurium DT193 and monophasicSalmonellaTyphimurium-like variants: an emerging risk to the poultry industry?. Avian Pathology 42(5), 443-446.
  22. Coward C, Sait L, Williams L, Humphrey TJ, Cogan T, Maskell DJ Investigation into the role of fiveSalmonella entericaserovar Enteritidis genomic islands in colonization of the chicken reproductive tract and other organs following oral challenge. FEMS Microbiology Letters 336(1), 73-78.
  23. Williams LK, Sait LC, Cogan TA, Jørgensen F, Grogono-Thomas R, Humphrey TJ Enrichment culture can bias the isolation of Campylobacter subtypes. Epidemiology and Infection 140(07), 1227-1235.
  24. Hennebry SC, Sait LC, Mantena R, Humphrey TJ, Yang J, Scott T, Kupz A, Richardson SJ, Strugnell RA Salmonella Typhimurium's Transthyretin-Like Protein Is a Host-Specific Factor Important in Fecal Survival in Chickens. PLoS ONE 7(12), e46675
  25. Murphy H, Cogan T, Hughes R, Humphrey T Porcine intestinal epithelial responses to Campylobacter infection. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology and Infectious Diseases 34(6), 489-495.
  26. Fookes M, Schroeder GN, Langridge GC, Blondel CJ, Mammina C, Connor TR, Seth-Smith H, Vernikos GS, Robinson KS, Sanders M, Petty NK, Kingsley RA, Bäumler AJ, Nuccio SP, Contreras I, Santiviago CA, Maskell D, Barrow P, Humphrey T, Nastasi A Salmonella bongori Provides Insights into the Evolution of the Salmonellae. PLoS Pathogens 7(8), e1002191
  27. Clark L, Perrett CA, Malt L, Harward C, Humphrey S, Jepson KA, Martinez-Argudo I, Carney LJ, La Ragione RM, Humphrey TJ, Jepson MA Differences in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium strain invasiveness are associated with heterogeneity in SPI-1 gene expression. Microbiology 157(7), 2072-2083.
  28. Humphrey S, Macvicar T, Stevenson A, Roberts M, Humphrey TJ, Jepson MA SulA-induced filamentation in Salmonella enterica serovar Typhimurium: effects on SPI-1 expression and epithelial infection. Journal of Applied Microbiology 111(1), 185-196.
  29. Jorgensen F, Ellis-Iversen J, Rushton S, Bull SA, Harris SA, Bryan SJ, Gonzalez A, Humphrey TJ Influence of Season and Geography on Campylobacter jejuni and C. coli Subtypes in Housed Broiler Flocks Reared in Great Britain. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 77(11), 3741-3748.
  30. Jennings JL, Sait LC, Perrett CA, Foster C, Williams LK, Humphrey TJ, Cogan TA Campylobacter jejuni is associated with, but not sufficient to cause vibrionic hepatitis in chickens. Veterinary Microbiology 149(1-2), 193-199.
  31. Humphrey S, Clark LF, Humphrey TJ, Jepson MA Enhanced recovery of Salmonella Typhimurium DT104 from exposure to stress at low temperature. Microbiology 157(4), 1103-1114.
  32. Murphy H, Cogan T, Humphrey T Direction of neutrophil movements by Campylobacter-infected intestinal epithelium. Microbes and Infection 13(1), 42-48.
  33. Toscano MJ, Sait L, Jørgensen F, Nicol CJ, Powers C, Smith AL, Bailey M, Humphrey TJ Sub-clinical infection withSalmonellain chickens differentially affects behaviour and welfare in three inbred strains. British Poultry Science 51(6), 703-713.
  34. Tourlomousis P, Kemsley EK, Ridgway KP, Toscano MJ, Humphrey TJ, Narbad A PCR-Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis of Complex Microbial Communities: A Two-Step Approach to Address the Effect of Gel-to-Gel Variation and Allow Valid Comparisons Across a Large Dataset. Microbial Ecology 59(4), 776-786.
  35. Hughes RA, Cogan T, Humphrey T Exposure of Campylobacter jejuni to 6 degrees C: effects on heat resistance and electron transport activity..
  36. Lacharme-Lora L, Salisbury V, Humphrey TJ, Stafford K, Perkins SE Bacteria isolated from parasitic nematodes - a potential novel vector of pathogens?. Environmental Health 8(Suppl 1), S17