Haroun N Shah
Haroun N Shah
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Gastrointestinal microflora studies in late-onset autism
SM Finegold, D Molitoris, Y Song, C Liu, ML Vaisanen, E Bolte, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 35 (Supplement_1), S6-S16, 2002
Prevotella, a new genus to include Bacteroides melaninogenicus and related species formerly classified in the genus Bacteroides
HN Shah, DM Collins
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 40 (2 …, 1990
Proposal for reclassification of Bacteroides asaccharolyticus, Bacteroides gingivalis, and Bacteroides endodontalis in a new genus, Porphyromonas
HN Shah, MD Collins
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 38 (1 …, 1988
Black-pigmented Bacteroides spp. in human apical periodontitis.
M Haapasalo, H Ranta, K Ranta, H Shah
Infection and immunity 53 (1), 149-153, 1986
Biochemical and chemical studies on strains designated Prevotella intermedia and proposal of a new pigmented species, Prevotella nigrescens sp. nov.
HN Shah, SE Gharbia
International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology 42 (4 …, 1992
Compilation of a MALDI-TOF mass spectral database for the rapid screening and characterisation of bacteria implicated in human infectious diseases
CJ Keys, DJ Dare, H Sutton, G Wells, M Lunt, T McKenna, M McDowall, ...
Infection, Genetics and Evolution 4 (3), 221-242, 2004
Comparison of the Biochemical Properties of Bacteroides melaninogenicus from Human Dental Plaque and Other Sites
HN Shah, GH Bowden, JM Hardie, RAD Williams
Journal of Applied Bacteriology 41 (3), 473-492, 1976
The use of a 16S rDNA directed PCR for the detection of endodontopathogenic bacteria
G Conrads, SE Gharbia, K Gulabivala, F Lampert, HN Shah
Journal of endodontics 23 (7), 433-438, 1997
Proposal to restrict the genus Bacteroides (Castellani and Chalmers) to Bacteroides fragilis and closely related species
HN Shah, MD Collins
International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology 39 (1), 85-87, 1989
Application and use of various mass spectrometry methods in clinical microbiology
S Emonet, HN Shah, A Cherkaoui, J Schrenzel
Clinical Microbiology and Infection 16 (11), 1604-1613, 2010
Characterization of Prevotella intermedia and Prevotella nigrescens Isolates From Periodontic and Endodontic Infections
SE Gharbia, M Haapasalo, HN Shah, A Kotiranta, K Lounatmaa, ...
Journal of periodontology 65 (1), 56-61, 1994
Genus Bacteroides A chemotaxonomical perspective
HN Shah, MD Collins
Journal of applied bacteriology 55 (3), 403-416, 1983
Quantification of endotoxins in necrotic root canals from symptomatic and asymptomatic teeth
RC Jacinto, BPFA Gomes, HN Shah, CC Ferraz, AA Zaia, FJ Souza-Filho
Journal of medical microbiology 54 (8), 777-783, 2005
The Genus Bacteroides and Related Taxa
HN Shah
The prokaryotes, 3593-3607, 1992
A note on the separation of natural mixtures of bacterial menaquinones using reverse phase thin‐layer chromatography
MD Collins, HN Shah, DE Minnikin
Journal of Applied Bacteriology 48 (2), 277-282, 1980
A retrospective review of cases of anaerobic empyema and update of bacteriology
R Civen, H Jousimies-Somer, M Marina, L Borenstein, H Shah, ...
Clinical Infectious Diseases 20 (Supplement_2), S224-S229, 1995
The porphyrin pigmentation of subspecies of Bacteroides melaninogenicus
HN Shah, R Bonnett, B Mateen, RA Williams
Biochemical Journal 180 (1), 45-50, 1979
Recognition of Fusobacterium nucleatum subgroups Fn-1, Fn-2 and Fn-3 by ribosomal RNA gene restriction patterns
PA Lawson, SE Gharbia, HN Shah, DR Clark
FEMS microbiology letters 65 (1-2), 41-45, 1989
Reclassification of Peptostreptococcus magnus (Prevot 1933) Holdeman and Moore 1972 as Finegoldia magna comb. nov. and Peptostreptococcus micros (Prevot 1933) Smith 1957 as …
DA Murdoch, HN Shah
Anaerobe 5 (5), 555-559, 1999
Fatty Acid and Isoprenoid Quinone Composition in the classification of Bacteroides melaninogenicus and Related Taxa
HN Shah, MD Collins
Journal of Applied Bacteriology 48 (1), 75-87, 1980
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