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Ragonnet-Cronin M, Lycett S, Hodcroft E, Hue S, Fearnhill E, Brown A, Delpech V, Dunn DT, Leigh Brown A.  2016.  Transmission of Non-B HIV Subtypes in the United Kingdom Is Increasingly Driven by Large Non-Heterosexual Transmission Clusters. J Infect Dis. 213:1410-8.
Mbisa JL, Fearnhill E, Dunn DT, Pillay D, Asboe D, Cane P A.  2015.  Evidence of Self-Sustaining Drug Resistant HIV-1 Lineages Among Untreated Patients in the United Kingdom. Clin Infect Dis. 61:829-36.
Hodcroft E, Hadfield J, Fearnhill E, Phillips AN, Dunn DT, O’Shea S, Pillay D, Leigh Brown A.  2014.  The contribution of viral genotype to plasma viral set-point in HIV infection. PLoS Pathog. 10:e1004112.
Takebe Y., Naito Y., Raghwani J., Fearnhill E, Sano T., Kusagawa S., Mbisa JL, Zhang H, Matano T., Leigh Brown A et al..  2014.  Intercontinental dispersal of HIV-1 subtype B associated with transmission among men who have sex with men in Japan. J Virol. 88:9864-76.
Leigh Brown A, Lycett S, Weinert L, Hughes GJ, Fearnhill E, Dunn DT.  2011.  Transmission network parameters estimated from HIV sequences for a nationwide epidemic. J Infect Dis. 204:1463-9.
Hue S, Gifford RJM, Dunn DT, Fearnhill E, Pillay D.  2009.  Demonstration of sustained drug-resistant human immunodeficiency virus type 1 lineages circulating among treatment-naive individuals. J Virol. 83:2645-54.
Pond S.LKosakov, Posada D., Stawiski E., Chappey C., Poon A.F, Hughes GJ, Fearnhill E, Gravenor M.B, Leigh Brown A, Frost S.D.  2009.  An evolutionary model-based algorithm for accurate phylogenetic breakpoint mapping and subtype prediction in HIV-1. PLoS Comput Biol. 5:e1000581.
Hughes GJ, Fearnhill E, Dunn DT, Lycett S, Rambaut A, Leigh Brown A.  2009.  Molecular phylodynamics of the heterosexual HIV epidemic in the United Kingdom. PLoS Pathog. 5:e1000590.
Gifford RJM, de Oliveira T, Rambaut A, Myers R.E, Gale C.V, Dunn DT, Shafer R., Vandamme A.M, Kellam P, Pillay D.  2006.  Assessment of automated genotyping protocols as tools for surveillance of HIV-1 genetic diversity. AIDS. 20:1521-9.