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Burton, Ross J., Raffray, Loïc, Moet, Linda M., Cuff, Simone M., White, Daniel A., Baker, Sarah E. ORCID:, Moser, Bernhard ORCID:, O'Donnell, Valerie B. ORCID:, Ghazal, Peter ORCID:, Morgan, Matt P., Artemiou, Andreas ORCID: and Eberl, Matthias ORCID: 2024. Conventional and unconventional T cell responses contribute to the prediction of clinical outcome and causative bacterial pathogen in sepsis patients. Clinical & Experimental Immunology 216 (3) , pp. 293-306. 10.1093/cei/uxae019

Burton, Ross J., Cuff, Simone M. ORCID:, Morgan, Matt P., Artemiou, Andreas ORCID: and Eberl, Matthias ORCID: 2023. GeoWaVe: Geometric median clustering with weighted voting for ensemble clustering of cytometry data. Bioinformatics 39 (1) , btac751. 10.1093/bioinformatics/btac751

Burton, Ross Jake 2022. Identifying immunological biomarkers of sepsis using cytometry bioinformatics and machine learning. PhD Thesis, Cardiff University.
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Ponsford, Mark J., Burton, Ross J., Smith, Leitchan, Khan, Palwasha Y., Andrews, Robert, Cuff, Simone ORCID:, Tan, Laura, Eberl, Matthias ORCID:, Humphreys, Ian R. ORCID:, Babolhavaeji, Farbod, Artemiou, Andreas ORCID:, Pandey, Manish, Jolles, Stephen R. A. and Underwood, Jonathan ORCID: 2022. Examining the utility of extended laboratory panel testing in the emergency department for risk stratification of patients with COVID-19: a single-centre retrospective service evaluation. Journal of Clinical Pathology 75 (4) , pp. 255-262. 10.1136/jclinpath-2020-207157

Burton, Ross J., Ahmed, Raya, Cuff, Simone M. ORCID:, Baker, Sarah ORCID:, Artemiou, Andreas ORCID: and Eberl, Matthias ORCID: 2021. CytoPy: An autonomous cytometry analysis framework. PLoS Computational Biology 17 (6) , e1009071. 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1009071

Burton, Ross J., Albur, Mahableshwar, Eberl, Matthias ORCID: and Cuff, Simone M. ORCID: 2019. Using artificial intelligence to reduce diagnostic workload without compromising detection of urinary tract infections. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 19 (1) , 171. 10.1186/s12911-019-0878-9

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