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  • Al Baqlani, Said; Dewar, John; Pearson, Lindsey; Mothokoa, Charles; Rupa, Varghese; Al Awaidy, Salah; Peenze, Ina; Al Busaidy, Suleiman; Steele, Duncan A.; Al Lawati, Zainab (The University of Chicago Press, 2010-09)
    Limited genotyping data are available for rotavirus strains in the Middle East. In this study, we investigated the molecular epidemiology of human rotavirus strains circulating in the Sultanate of Oman during 2005. Rotavirus ...
  • Aminu, M.; Ahmad, A.A.; Steele, A.D.; Page, N.A.; Dewar, J.; Umoh, J.U. (The University of Chicago Press, 2010-09)
    Background: Nigeria has recently been ranked third among the 10 countries with the greatest number of rotavirus disease–associated deaths per year. Estimates attribute up to 33,000 deaths annually to rotavirus disease ...
  • Mapaseka, Seheri Luyanda; Van der Merwe, Lize; Tumbo, John; Bos, Pieter; Duncan Steele, A.; Dewar Barr, John; Geyer, Annelise; Zweygarth, Monika; Esona, Mathew Dioh; Sommerfelt, Halvor (The Universtiy of Chicago Press, 2010-09)
    Background : Rotavirus is considered to be the most common cause of serious acute dehydrating diarrhea worldwide. However, there is a scarcity of information on rotavirus disease burden in sub-Saharan Africa. Methods : ...
  • Esona, Mathew Dioh; Kerin, Tara; Peenze, Ina; Nicola Page, James Nyangao; Akran Agbaya, Veronigue; Aminu, Maryam; Sebunya,Theresia; Glass, Roger; Steele, Duncan; Armah, George; Page, Nicola; Nyangao, James; Trabelsi, Abdelhalim; Gentsch, Jon (The University of Chicago Press, 2010-09)
    A total of 215 nontypeable rotavirus samples collected from children 5 years of age by members of the African Rotavirus Network were characterized using reverse-transcription polymerase chain reaction analysis and sequencing. ...
  • Schutte, Aletta E; Symington, Elizabeth A; Du Preez, Jan L (American Journal of Medicine, 2013-09)
    Controversy exists on whether lactating women with familial hypercholesterolemia should resume statin treatment. This is partly due to the unavailability of data in humans regarding the transfer of statins into breast ...
  • Tshikhudo, Phumudzo; Nnzeru, Ronald; KNtushelo, hayalethu; Mudau, Fhatuwani (2013-09)
    The traditional methods of bacterial identification are based on observation of either the morphology of single cells or colony characteristics. However, the adoption of newer and automated methods offers advantage in terms ...

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