Rebekah Henry
Rebekah Henry
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Colistin Resistance in Acinetobacter baumannii Is Mediated by Complete Loss of Lipopolysaccharide Production
JH Moffatt, M Harper, P Harrison, JDF Hale, E Vinogradov, T Seemann, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 54 (12), 4971-4977, 2010
Colistin-resistant, lipopolysaccharide-deficient Acinetobacter baumannii responds to lipopolysaccharide loss through increased expression of genes involved in the synthesis and …
R Henry, N Vithanage, P Harrison, T Seemann, S Coutts, JH Moffatt, ...
Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy 56 (1), 59-69, 2012
Major Surface Protein LipL32 Is Not Required for Either Acute or Chronic Infection with Leptospira interrogans
GL Murray, A Srikram, DE Hoke, EA Wunder Jr, R Henry, M Lo, K Zhang, ...
Infection and immunity 77 (3), 952-958, 2009
Into the deep: evaluation of SourceTracker for assessment of faecal contamination of coastal waters
R Henry, C Schang, S Coutts, P Kolotelo, T Prosser, N Crosbie, T Grant, ...
Water research 93, 242-253, 2016
Genome-Wide Transposon Mutagenesis in Pathogenic Leptospira Species
GL Murray, V Morel, GM Cerqueira, J Croda, A Srikram, R Henry, AI Ko, ...
Infection and immunity 77 (2), 810-816, 2009
Mutations affecting Leptospira interrogans lipopolysaccharide attenuate virulence
GL Murray, A Srikram, R Henry, RA Hartskeerl, RW Sermswan, B Adler
Molecular microbiology 78 (3), 701-709, 2010
The transcriptomic response of Acinetobacter baumannii to colistin and doripenem alone and in combination in an in vitro pharmacokinetics/pharmacodynamics …
R Henry, B Crane, D Powell, D Deveson Lucas, Z Li, J Aranda, P Harrison, ...
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 70 (5), 1303-1313, 2015
Leptospira interrogans requires heme oxygenase for disease pathogenesis
GL Murray, A Srikram, R Henry, A Puapairoj, RW Sermswan, B Adler
Microbes and Infection 11 (2), 311-314, 2009
Passive sampling of SARS-CoV-2 for wastewater surveillance
C Schang, ND Crosbie, M Nolan, R Poon, M Wang, A Jex, N John, ...
Environmental science & technology 55 (15), 10432-10441, 2021
Plant-microbe interactions drive denitrification rates, dissolved nitrogen removal, and the abundance of denitrification genes in stormwater control measures
N Morse, E Payne, R Henry, B Hatt, G Chandrasena, J Shapleigh, P Cook, ...
Environmental science & technology 52 (16), 9320-9329, 2018
Source tracking using microbial community fingerprints: method comparison with hydrodynamic modelling
DT McCarthy, D Jovanovic, A Lintern, I Teakle, M Barnes, A Deletic, ...
Water research 109, 253-265, 2017
Evaluation of techniques for measuring microbial hazards in bathing waters: A comparative study
C Schang, R Henry, PA Kolotelo, T Prosser, N Crosbie, T Grant, D Cottam, ...
PloS one 11 (5), e0155848, 2016
Environmental monitoring of waterborne Campylobacter: evaluation of the Australian standard and a hybrid extraction-free MPN-PCR method
RWDMC Rebekah Henry, Christelle Schang, Gayani I. Chandrasena, Ana Deletic ...
Frontiers in Microbiology 6, 2015
A planetary health model for reducing exposure to faecal contamination in urban informal settlements: Baseline findings from Makassar, Indonesia
MA French, SF Barker, RR Taruc, A Ansariadi, GA Duffy, M Saifuddaolah, ...
Environment International 155, 106679, 2021
Study design, rationale and methods of the Revitalising Informal Settlements and their Environments (RISE) study: a cluster randomised controlled trial to evaluate …
K Leder, JJ Openshaw, P Allotey, A Ansariadi, SF Barker, K Burge, ...
BMJ open 11 (1), e042850, 2021
Stormwater constructed wetlands: A source or a sink of Campylobacter spp.
Z Meng, G Chandrasena, R Henry, A Deletic, P Kolotelo, D McCarthy
Water research 131, 218-227, 2018
Is the gut microbiota bacterial abundance and composition associated with intestinal epithelial injury, systemic inflammatory profile, and gastrointestinal symptoms in response …
CJ Bennett, R Henry, RMJ Snipe, RJS Costa
Journal of Science and Medicine in Sport 23 (12), 1141-1153, 2020
Current Stormwater Harvesting Guidelines Are Inadequate for Mitigating Risk from Campylobacter During Nonpotable Reuse Activities
HM Murphy, Z Meng, R Henry, A Deletic, DT McCarthy
Environmental science & technology 51 (21), 12498-12507, 2017
Biofilters and wetlands for stormwater treatment and harvesting
A Deletic, D McCarthy, G Chandrasena, Y Li, B Hatt, E Payne, K Zhang, ...
Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities, Monash University …, 2014
Stormwater Biofilters as Barriers against Campylobacter jejuni, Cryptosporidium Oocysts and Adenoviruses; Results from a Laboratory Trial
G Chandrasena, A Deletic, A Lintern, R Henry, D McCarthy
Water 9 (12), 949, 2017
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