Joel Southgate

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Eight new cases of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) were diagnosed in the antenatal population of Milton Keynes within the first two years of our 'opt-out' antenatal testing scheme; the majority (6/8) occurred in women of black African origin. Since it is suggested that individuals from high-risk groups are more likely to decline HIV testing, we were(More)
The increasing availability and decreasing cost of high-throughput sequencing has transformed academic medical microbiology, delivering an explosion in available genomes while also driving advances in bioinformatics. However, many microbiologists are unable to exploit the resulting large genomics datasets because they do not have access to relevant(More)
Over the last few years there has been a massive proliferation of cloud providers, all using a set of different metrics to describe the service solutions that they offer. This results in a lack of comparability within and between services that precludes end users being able to select the most appropriate service for their needs, based upon their(More)
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