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Very interesting story behind the paper, thanks for sharing it with the world!
This is the link to the research article:
ΦCrAss001 represents the most abundant bacteriophage family in the human gut and infects Bacteroides intestinalis
The 'Read the paper' button links to the old PNAS paper (2017).
The Nature Communications article can be found here:
Spatial arrangement of several flagellins within bacterial flagella improves motility in different environments
I just found this fantastic blog post by the same author, Claire Duvallet. A must read IMO!
An empirical analysis of microbiome data availability
By the way, congratulations on your 'Junior Research Parasite' award!
Highly modified and immunoactive N-glycans of the canine heartworm
Nature Communications 10, 75 (2019)
The paper was published in the journal Nature Communications, it's open access, and can be found here:
Mathematical modelling of the impact of expanding levels of malaria control interventions on Plasmodium vivax
Great post, Natalie!
There seems to be something wrong with the embedded link to the NatComms paper, so here is the correct link:
Wow Andy, I was suffering all the way through the piece even though I knew there was a happy ending. Hopefully this would be the Jermys' last visit to hospital for a long while.
By the way, shall we call you 'maximus' from now on? ;)