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Zheng, T., Adlam, B., Rawdon, T. G., Stanislawek, W. L., Cork, S. C., Hope, V., Buddle, B. M., Grimwood, K., Baker, M. G., O'Keefe, J. S. and Huang, Q. S. (2010) A cross-sectional survey of influenza A infection, and management practices in small rural backyard poultry flocks in two regions of New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal, 58 2: 74-80. doi:10.1080/00480169.2010.65086 55   7 Cited 10 times in Scopus10 0
Huang, Q. S., Carr, J., Nix, W. A., Oberste, M. S., Kilpatrick, D., Mazzoni, S., Grimwood, K., Pallansch, M., Baker, M., Croxson, M. C. and Lindeman, J. (2001). An outbreak of echovirus type 33 infection in New Zealand 2000. In: New Zealand Microbiology Society AAnnual Scientific Meeting of the New Zealand Microbiology Societynnual Scientific Meeting, Wellington, New Zealand, (). 18 - 21 November 2001. 25  
Rich, F., Matheson, J., Cohet, C., Grimwood, K., Huang, Q. S., Penny, D. and Kirman, J. (2005). Distinct patterns in the molecular evolution of RSV isolates from New Zealand over a thirty year period. In: 4th RSV Symposium, Oxford, UK, (). 15–18 September 2005. 31  
Kirman, J., Rich, F., Cohet, C., Grimwood, K., Huang, Q. S., Matheson, J. and Penny, D. (2003). Molecular epidemiology of RSV in New Zealand: a retrospective study. In: Respiratory Syncytial Virus 2003 Symposium (RSV 2003), Stone Mountain, Georgia, (). 8th–11th November, 2003. 41  
Grimwood, K., Cohet, C., Matheson, J., Rich, F., Huang, Q. S., Matheson, J., Penny, D. and Kirman, J. (2005). Molecular evolution of respiratory syncytial viruses in New Zealand. In: Respirology.. 2005 Annual Scientific Meeting The Thoracic Society of Australia and New Zealand, Perth, Australia, (A20-A20). 18 - 23 March 2005. doi:10.1111/j.1440-1843.2005.00663.x-i1 21   0