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McLure CA, Hinchliffe P, Lester S, Williamson JF, Millman JA, Keating PJ, Stewart BJ, Dawkins RL. (2013) Genomic evolution and polymorphism: segmental duplications and haplotypes at 108 regions on 21 chromosomes. Genomics. 102(1) Pages 15-26.

Joseph F. Williamson, Craig A. McLure, Paul N. Baird, Dean Male, John Millman, Blair Lawley, M. Luisa Ashdown, Peter J. Keating, Roger L. Dawkins (2008) Novel sequence elements define ancestral haplotypes of the region encompassing complement factor H., Human Immunology, Volume 69, Issue 3, Pages 207-219. More Information

Andrew N. Jackson, Craig A. McLure, Roger L. Dawkins and Peter J. Keating (2007) Mannose binding lectin (MBL) copy number polymorphism in Zebrafish (D. rerio) and identification of haplotypes resistant to L. anguillarum., Immunogenetics, Volume 59, Number 11, Pages 861-872. 
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Peter J Keating (2005) Understanding the use of chicken manure in vegetable production on sandy soil. Horticulture Australia Ltd ISBN 0 7341 1194 0

Craig A. McLure, Joseph F. Williamson, Louise A. Smyth, Suraksha Agrawal, Susan Lester, John A. Millman, Peter J. Keating, Brent J. Stewart, Roger L. Dawkins., (2005) Extensive genomic and functional polymorphism of the complement control proteins., Immunogenetics, Volume 57, Number 11, Pages 805-815. More Information

C A McLure, J F Williamson, B J Stewart, P J Keating, R L Dawkins (2005) Indels and imperfect duplication have driven the evolution of human Complement Receptor 1 (CR1) and CR1-like from their precursor CR1 alpha: Importance of functional sets.  Human Immunology, Volume 66, Issue 3, Pages 258-273 More Information

C A McLure, J F Williamson, B J Stewart, P J Keating, R L Dawkins (2004) Genomic analysis reveals a duplication of eight rather than seven short consensus repeats in primate CR1 and CR1L: evidence for an additional set shared between CR1 and CR2. Immunogenetics, Volume 56, Number 9, Pages 631-638. More Information