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Publications: Tajouri, Lotti

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Journal Article

Boucherabine, S., Nassar, R., Zaher, S., Mohamed, L., Olsen, M., Alqutami, F., Hachim, M., Alkhaja, A., Campos, M., Jones, P., McKirdy, S., Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678, Tajouri, L. and Senok, A. (2022) Metagenomic sequencing and reverse transcriptase PCR reveal that mobile phones and environmental surfaces are reservoirs of Multidrug-Resistant superbugs and SARS-CoV-2. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, 12 . Art. 806077.

Olsen, M., Lohning, A., Campos, M., Jones, P., McKirdy, S., Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 and Tajouri, L. (2021) Mobile phones of paediatric hospital staff are never cleaned and commonly used in toilets with implications for healthcare nosocomial diseases. Scientific Reports, 11 (1). Art. 12999.

Olsen, M., Nassar, R., Senok, A., Albastaki, A., Leggett, J., Lohning, A., Campos, M., Jones, P., McKirdy, S., Tajouri, L. and Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 (2021) A pilot metagenomic study reveals that community derived mobile phones are reservoirs of viable pathogenic microbes. Scientific Reports, 11 (1). Art. 14102.

Tajouri, L., Campos, M., Olsen, M., Lohning, A., Jones, P., Moloney, S., Grimwood, K., Ugail, H., Mahboub, B., Alawar, H., McKirdy, S. and Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 (2021) The role of mobile phones as a possible pathway for pathogen movement, a cross-sectional microbial analysis. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 43 . Art. 102095.

Olsen, M., Campos, M., Lohning, A., Jones, P., Legget, J., Bannach-Brown, A., McKirdy, S., Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 and Tajouri, L. (2020) Mobile phones represent a pathway for microbial transmission: A scoping review. Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease, 35 . Article 101704.

Cortes, A., Field, J., Glazov, E.A., Hadler, J., Stankovich, J., Brown, M.A., Baxter, A., Kermode, A.G., Taylor, B., Booth, D.R., Mason, D., Stewart, G.J., Butzkueven, H., Charlesworth, J., Wiley, J., Lechner-Scott, J., Field, J., Tajouri, L., Griffiths, L., Slee, M., Brown, M.A., Moscato, P., Scott, R.J., Broadley, S., Vucic, S., Kilpatrick, T.J. and Carroll, W.M. (2013) Resequencing and fine-mapping of the chromosome 12q13-14 locus associated with multiple sclerosis refines the number of implicated genes. Human Molecular Genetics, 22 (11). pp. 2283-2292.

Bahlo, M., Booth, D.R., Broadley, S.A., Brown, M.A., Foote, S.J., Griffiths, L.R., Kilpatrick, T.J., Lechner-Scott, J., Moscato, P., Perreau, V.M., Rubio, J.P., Scott, R.J., Stankovich, J., Stewart, G.J., Taylor, B.V., Wiley, J., Brown, M.A., Booth, D.R., Clarke, G., Cox, M.B., Csurhes, P.A., Danoy, P., Drysdale, K., Field, J., Foote, S.J., Greer, J.M., Griffiths, L.R., Guru, P., Hadler, J., McMorran, B.J., Jensen, C.J., Johnson, L.J., McCallum, R., Merriman, M., Merriman, T., Pryce, K., Scott, R.J., Stewart, G.J., Tajouri, L., Wilkins, E.J., Rubio, J.P., Bahlo, M., Brown, M.A., Browning, B.L., Browning, S.R., Perera, D., Rubio, J.P., Stankovich, J., Broadley, S., Butzkueven, H., Carroll, W.M., Chapman, C., Kermode, A.G., Marriott, M., Mason, D., Heard, R.N., Pender, M.P., Slee, M., Tubridy, N., Lechner-Scott, J., Taylor, B.V., Willoughby, E. and Kilpatrick, T.J. (2009) Genome-wide association study identifies new multiple sclerosis susceptibility loci on chromosomes 12 and 20. Nature Genetics, 41 (7). pp. 824-828.

Non-refereed Article

Sander, L., Tajouri, L. and Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 (2020) Get a proper chair, don’t eat at your desk, and no phones in the loo–how to keep your home workspace safe and hygienic. The Conversation, July 31 2020 .

Tajouri, L., Campos, M., Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 and McKirdy, S. (2020) Mobile phones are covered in germs. Disinfecting them daily could help stop diseases spreading. The Conversation, April 29 2020 .

Tajouri, L., Campos, M. and Alghafri, R.ORCID: 0000-0002-8321-9678 (2020) Ultraviolet radiation is a strong disinfectant. It may be what our schools, hospitals and airports need. The Conversation, July 15 .

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