|Evaluating variation in human gut microbiota profiles due to DNA extraction method and inter-subject differences|
B Wagner Mackenzie, DW Waite, MW Taylor
Frontiers in microbiology 6, 130, 2015
|Bacterial community collapse: a meta‐analysis of the sinonasal microbiota in chronic rhinosinusitis|
B Wagner Mackenzie, DW Waite, M Hoggard, RG Douglas, MW Taylor, ...
Environmental microbiology 19 (1), 381-392, 2017
|Evidence of microbiota dysbiosis in chronic rhinosinusitis|
M Hoggard, K Biswas, M Zoing, B Wagner Mackenzie, MW Taylor, ...
International forum of allergy & rhinology 7 (3), 230-239, 2017
|Chronic rhinosinusitis and the evolving understanding of microbial ecology in chronic inflammatory mucosal disease|
M Hoggard, B Wagner Mackenzie, R Jain, MW Taylor, K Biswas, ...
Clinical microbiology reviews 30 (1), 321-348, 2017
|Bacteria are important dimethylsulfoniopropionate producers in coastal sediments|
BT Williams, K Cowles, A Bermejo Martínez, ARJ Curson, Y Zheng, J Liu, ...
Nature Microbiology 4 (11), 1815-1825, 2019
|Oral microbial influences on oral mucositis during radiotherapy treatment of head and neck cancer|
A Vesty, K Gear, K Biswas, BW Mackenzie, MW Taylor, RG Douglas
Supportive Care in Cancer 28 (6), 2683-2691, 2020
|Inflammatory endotypes and microbial associations in chronic rhinosinusitis|
M Hoggard, S Waldvogel-Thurlow, M Zoing, K Chang, FJ Radcliff, ...
Frontiers in immunology 9, 2065, 2018
|Integrity of the human faecal microbiota following long-term sample storage|
E Kia, B Wagner Mackenzie, D Middleton, A Lau, DW Waite, G Lewis, ...
PloS one 11 (10), e0163666, 2016
|Longitudinal study of the bacterial and fungal microbiota in the human sinuses reveals seasonal and annual changes in diversity|
B Wagner Mackenzie, K Chang, M Zoing, R Jain, M Hoggard, K Biswas, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-10, 2019
|Differentially regulated host proteins associated with chronic rhinosinusitis are correlated with the sinonasal microbiome|
K Biswas, B Wagner Mackenzie, S Waldvogel-Thurlow, M Middleditch, ...
Frontiers in cellular and infection microbiology 7, 504, 2017
|Comparison of subtyping approaches and the underlying drivers of microbial signatures for chronic rhinosinusitis|
K Biswas, R Cavubati, S Gunaratna, M Hoggard, S Waldvogel-Thurlow, ...
MSphere 4 (1), e00679-18, 2019
|Moving beyond descriptions of diversity: clinical and research implications of bacterial imbalance in chronic rhinosinusitis.|
DW Waite, M Hoggard, MW Taylor, K Biswas, RG Douglas
Rhinology 55 (4), 291-297, 2017
|Oral antibiotics used in the treatment of chronic rhinosinusitis have limited penetration into the sinonasal mucosa: a randomized trial|
J Siu, L Klingler, Y Wang, CT Hung, SH Jeong, S Smith, MD Tingle, ...
Xenobiotica 50 (12), 1443-1450, 2020
|Detection and quantification of Staphylococcus in chronic rhinosinusitis|
B Wagner Mackenzie, J Baker, RG Douglas, MW Taylor, K Biswas
International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology 9 (12), 1462-1469, 2019
|Antibiotic treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis: Prescription patterns and associations with patient outcome and the sinus microbiota|
CA Lux, B Wagner Mackenzie, J Johnston, M Zoing, K Biswas, MW Taylor, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 595555, 2020
|Bacterial dimethylsulfoniopropionate biosynthesis in the East China Sea|
J Liu, Y Zhang, J Liu, H Zhong, BT Williams, Y Zheng, ARJ Curson, C Sun, ...
Microorganisms 9 (3), 657, 2021
|A Description of the Skin Glands and Cloacal Morphology of the Plethodontid Salamander Karsenia koreana|
DM Sever, AD Pinsoneault, BW Mackenzie, DS Siegel, NL Staub
Copeia 104 (4), 816-823, 2016
|Sinonasal and gastrointestinal bacterial composition and abundance are stable after 1 week of once‐daily oral antibiotic treatment for chronic rhinosinusitis|
J Siu, BW Mackenzie, L Klingler, K Biswas, Y Wang, CT Hung, SH Jeong, ...
International Forum of Allergy & Rhinology 11 (9), 1355-1366, 2021
|Assessment of microbial DNA enrichment techniques from sino-nasal swab samples for metagenomics|
BW Mackenzie, DW Waite, K Biswas, RG Douglas, MW Taylor
Rhinol Online 14, 160-93, 2018
|Loss of bacterial diversity in the sinuses is associated with lower smell discrimination scores|
K Biswas, B Wagner Mackenzie, C Ballauf, J Draf, RG Douglas, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-9, 2020