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Jannigje G (Annelies) Kers
Jannigje G (Annelies) Kers
The Laboratory of Microbiology, Wageningen University & Research
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Host and environmental factors affecting the intestinal microbiota in chickens
JG Kers, FC Velkers, EAJ Fischer, GDA Hermes, JA Stegeman, H Smidt
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 322066, 2018
4192018
The power of microbiome studies: Some considerations on which alpha and beta metrics to use and how to report results
JG Kers, E Saccenti
Frontiers in microbiology 12, 796025, 2022
662022
Take care of the environment: housing conditions affect the interplay of nutritional interventions and intestinal microbiota in broiler chickens
JG Kers, FC Velkers, EAJ Fischer, GDA Hermes, DM Lamot, JA Stegeman, ...
Animal Microbiome 1, 1-14, 2019
472019
Early life inoculation with adult-derived microbiota accelerates maturation of intestinal microbiota and enhances NK cell activation in broiler chickens
N Meijerink, JG Kers, FC Velkers, DA Van Haarlem, DM Lamot, ...
Frontiers in Veterinary Science 7, 584561, 2020
242020
When do academics patent outside their university? An in-depth case study
E van Burg, J Du, JG Kers
Technovation 107, 102287, 2021
202021
Competitive exclusion prevents colonization and compartmentalization reduces transmission of ESBL-producing Escherichia coli in broilers
A Dame-Korevaar, JG Kers, J Van der Goot, FC Velkers, D Ceccarelli, ...
Frontiers in microbiology 11, 566619, 2020
202020
Trends in genetic patent applications: the commercialization of academic intellectual property
JG Kers, E Van Burg, T Stoop, MC Cornel
European Journal of Human Genetics 22 (10), 1155, 2014
182014
Comparison of different invasive and non-invasive methods to characterize intestinal microbiota throughout a production cycle of broiler chickens
JG Kers, EAJ Fischer, JA Stegeman, H Smidt, FC Velkers
Microorganisms 7 (10), 431, 2019
172019
Small improvement in the area under the receiver operating characteristic curve indicated small changes in predicted risks
FK Martens, ECM Tonk, JG Kers, ACJW Janssens
Journal of clinical epidemiology 79, 159-164, 2016
142016
Constructing hypothetical risk data from the area under the ROC curve: modelling distributions of polygenic risk
S Kundu, JG Kers, ACJW Janssens
PLoS One 11 (3), e0152359, 2016
132016
External validation is only needed when prediction models are worth it (Letter commenting on: J Clin Epidemiol. 2015; 68: 25-34)
FK Martens, JG Kers, ACJW Janssens
Journal of Clinical Epidemiology 69, 249-250, 2016
102016
Associations between phenotypic characteristics and clinical parameters of broilers and intestinal microbial development throughout a production cycle: a field study
JG Kers, JE de Oliveira, EAJ Fischer, MHG Tersteeg‐Zijderveld, ...
Microbiologyopen 9 (11), e1114, 2020
92020
Host and environmental factors affecting the intestinal microbiota in chickens. Front Microbiol 9: 1–14
JG Kers, FC Velkers, EAJ Fischer, GDA Hermes, JA Stegeman, H Smidt
72018
A diet containing specific anti-inflammatory and neuroprotective ingredients ameliorates behavioural and serotonergic deficits in a murine model of autism spectrum disorders
CG de Theije, A Kers, GA Korte-Bouws, S Lopes da Silva, SM Korte, ...
Neuroimmunomodulation of the young brain, 81-99, 2014
52014
Cereal type and combined xylanase/glucanase supplementation influence the cecal microbiota composition in broilers
D Kouzounis, JG Kers, N Soares, H Smidt, MA Kabel, HA Schols
Journal of Animal Science and Biotechnology 13 (1), 51, 2022
42022
Genetics and other factors affecting intestinal microbiota and function in poultry
MD Cressman, JG Kers, L Wang, Z Yu
Improving gut health in poultry, 546, 2019
32019
Risk analysis of prostate cancer in PRACTICAL Consortium
FK Martens, JG Kers, ACJW Janssens
Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention 25 (1), 222-222, 2016
32016
Conserved developmental trajectories of the cecal microbiota of broiler chickens in a field study
JG Kers, FC Velkers, EAJ Fischer, JA Stegeman, H Smidt, GDA Hermes
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 98 (9), fiac090, 2022
22022
Metagenomic assembly is the main bottleneck in the identification of mobile genetic elements
JJ Kerkvliet, A Bossers, JG Kers, R Meneses, R Willems, AC Schürch
PeerJ 12, e16695, 2024
12024
Metagenomic assembly is the main bottleneck in the identification of mobile genetic elements
ACS Jesse Kerkvliet, Alex Bossers, Jannigje G Kers, Rodrigo Meneses, Rob Willems
PeerJ section bioinformatics and genomics, https://peerj.com/articles/16695/, 2024
2024
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