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Dykhuizen, Dan, Mitchell, Candice M., Hutton, Susan, Myers, Garry S. A., Brunham, Robert, & Timms, Peter (2010) Chlamydia pneumoniae is genetically diverse in animals and appears to have crossed the host barrier to humans on (at least) two occasions. PLoS Pathogens, 6(5), e1000903.
Mitchell, Candice, Hovis, Kelley, Bavoil, Patrik, Myers, Garry, Carrasco, Jose, & Timms, Peter (2010) Comparison of koala LPCoLN and human strains of Chlamydia pneumoniae highlights extended genetic diversity in the species. BMC Genomics, 11(442), pp. 1-10.
Myers, G. S. A., Mathews, S. A., Eppinger, M., Mitchell, C. M., O'Brien, K. K., White, O. R., et al. (2009) Evidence that human chlamydia pneumoniae was zoonotically acquired. Journal of Bacteriology, 191(23), pp. 7225-7233.
Mitchell, Candice M., Mathews, Sarah A., Theodoropoulos, Christina, & Timms, Peter (2008) In vitro characterisation of koala Chlamydia pneumoniae: Morphology, inclusion development and doubling time. Veterinary Microbiology, 1-2, pp. 91-99.
Mitchell, Candice Melissa (2010) Morphologic and genomic characterisation of the koala Chlamydia pneumoniae strain. PhD by Publication, Queensland University of Technology.