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Sarah Peters

Researcher at University of Manchester

Publications -  208
Citations -  7548

Sarah Peters is an academic researcher from University of Manchester. The author has contributed to research in topics: Randomized controlled trial & Psychological intervention. The author has an hindex of 43, co-authored 197 publications receiving 6500 citations. Previous affiliations of Sarah Peters include Manchester Academic Health Science Centre & University of Cambridge.

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Simultaneous assay of every Salmonella Typhi gene using one million transposon mutants

TL;DR: This screen validated the hypothesis that the authors can simultaneously assay every gene in the genome to identify niche-specific essential genes and generate a genome-wide list of candidate essential genes.
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Patients' perceptions of medical explanations for somatisation disorders: qualitative analysis.

TL;DR: Patients with somatisation disorders feel satisfied and empowered by medical explanations that are tangible, exculpating, and involving, which could improve these patients' wellbeing and help to reduce the high demands they make on health services.
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Comprehensive identification of essential Staphylococcus aureus genes using Transposon-Mediated Differential Hybridisation (TMDH)

TL;DR: A robust microarray and PCR-based method, Transposon-Mediated Differential Hybridisation (TMDH), that uses novel bioinformatics to identify transposon inserts in genome-wide libraries is developed and determined the first comprehensive list of S. aureus essential genes.
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Patients with medically unexplained symptoms: sources of patients' authority and implications for demands on medical care.

TL;DR: Analysis of how patients use medical ideas and language to explain their symptoms and how this process influences patients' expectations and evaluations of their doctors suggests ways in which doctors might more effectively engage with persistent somatizing patients.