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Professor Claire Turner's OpenLearn Profile
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Professor Claire Turner
Claire is a Visiting Professor at the OU, who has spent all her career monitoring systems, and, for the last ten years, has been monitoring volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Her particular interests are in using VOCs as markers for disease.
Amy Smart et al. (2019) Sniffing Out Resistance - Rapid Identification of Urinary Tract Infection-Causing Bacteria and their Antibiotic Susceptibility Using Volatile Metabolite Profiles, In Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis(167)
Claire A. Batty et al. (2019) Is Food Intolerance a factor underlying Chronic Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP)?, In British Journal of Haematology 4(183)
R. H. Wareing et al. (2019) Nitrate supplementation in thoroughbred racehorses: Addition of beetroot juice to the equine diet and effects on the gut metabolome, In Integrative Food, Nutrition and Metabolism
K. L. Snalune et al. (2019) Modulation of the equine microbiome by pasture and feed supplements: A metabolomics approach, In Integrative Food, Nutrition and Metabolism 2(6)
Konstantinos Ioannidis et al. (2018-09-10) Quantification by SIFT-MS of volatile compounds produced by the action of sodium hypochlorite on a model system of infected root canal content, In PloS one 9(13), Public Library of Science
Dušan Materić et al. (2017-10) Selective Reagent Ion-Time of Flight-Mass Spectrometry study of six common monoterpenes, In International Journal of Mass Spectrometry(421)
Celia Lourenco et al. (2017-08) A potential method for comparing instrumental analysis of volatile organic compounds using standards calibrated for the gas phase, In International Journal of Mass Spectrometry(419)
Dušan Materić et al. (2016-11-01) Monoterpene emission from young Scots pine may be influenced by nutrient availability, In Applied Ecology and Environmental Research 4(14)
Claire A. Batty et al. (2016-10-01) Differences in microbial metabolites in urine headspace of subjects with Immune Thrombocytopenia (ITP) detected by volatile organic compound (VOC) analysis and metabolomics, In Clinica Chimica Acta(461)
C Walton et al. (2016-09) Enteral feeding reduces metabolic activity of the intestinal microbiome in Crohn’s disease: an observational study, In European Journal of Clinical Nutrition(70)