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Casey, A.L.; Adams, D.; Karpanen, T.J.; Lambert, P.A.; Cookson, B.D.; Nightingale, P.; Miruszenko, L.; Shillam, R.; Christian, P. and Elliott, T.S.J. (2010). Role of copper in reducing hospital environment contamination. Journal of Hospital Infection, 74 (1), 72–77.

Casey, A.L.; Worthington, T.; Caddick, J.M.; Hilton, A.C.; Lambert, P.A. and Elliott, T.S.J. (2006). RAPD for the typing of coagulase-negative staphylococci implicated in catheter-related bloodstream infection. Journal of Infection, 52 (4), pp. 282-289.

Casey, A.L.; Spare, M.K.; Worthington, T.; Faroqui, M.H.; Trotter, E.; Lambert, P.A. and Elliott, T.S.J. (2002). Needleless connectors:the way forward in the prevention of catheter-related infections? Journal of Hospital Infection, 50 (1), pp. 77-79.

Hendry, E.R.; Worthington, T.; Conway, B.R. and Lambert, P.A. Antimicrobial efficacy of eucalyptus oil and 1,8-cineole alone and in combination with chlorhexidine digluconate against microorganisms grown in planktonic and biofilm cultures. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, 64 (6), pp. 1219-1225.

Lambert, P.A. Cellular impermeability and uptake of biocides and antibiotics in Gram-positive bacteria and mycobacteria. Society for Applied Microbiology. Symposium series, 92 (S1), 46 S-54 S.

Crosby, C.T.; Elliott, T.S.J.; Lambert, P.A. and Adams, D. Preoperative skin preparation:a historical perspective. British Journal of Hospital Medicine, 70 (10), pp. 579-582.

Casey, A.L.; Worthington, T.; Bonser, R.S.; Lambert, P.A. and Elliott, T.S.J. Rapid serodiagnosis of Staphylococcus aureus surgical site infection following median sternotomy. Journal of Infection, 52 (4), pp. 276-281.

Elliott, T.S.J. and Lambert, P.A. Surgical site infection:are we using the right skin preparation? Hospital Medicine, 70 (10), pp. 552-553.

Worthington, T.; Lambert, P.A.; Traube, A. and Elliott, T.S.J. A rapid ELISA for the diagnosis of intravascular catheter related sepsis caused by coagulase negative staphylococci. Journal of Clinical Pathology, 55 (1), pp. 41-43.

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