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ESCHERICHIA COLI STRAINS THAT CAUSE DIARRHŒA BUT DO NOT PRODUCE HEAT-LABILE OR HEAT-STABLE ENTEROTOXINS AND ARE NON-INVASIVE
Three enteropathogenic Escherichia coli (E.P.E.C.) strains (O127:K63:H6, O128:K67:H2, and O142:K86:H6) isolated from outbreaks of infantile diarrhoea and one strain from the "normal" colonic floraExpand
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Adverse Events Associated with Childhood Vaccines: Evidence Bearing on Causality
  • D. Nalin
  • The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
  • 1994
281 Recommended for incoming undergraduate students, the book provides a quick understanding of the important terms and techniques for current DNA-related research. Its utility for medical students,Expand
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Immunity to enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli.
Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli strains represent the most frequent etiological agent of travelers diarrhea. Challenge studies with several of these strains were undertaken in volunteers to evaluateExpand
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Ivermectin for human strongyloidiasis and other intestinal helminths.
Since ivermectin, a mixture of 2 closely related macrocyclic lactones, has proven highly effective against animal intestinal nematodes, trials were undertaken to determine its efficacy against humanExpand
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Fever as an adverse event following immunization: case definition and guidelines of data collection, analysis, and presentation.
S. Michael Marcy a, Katrin S. Kohl b,∗, Ron Dagan c, David Nalin d, Michael Blum e, Marcy Connell Jones f, John Hansen g, Jerry Labadie h, Lucia Lee i, Bryan L. Martin j, Katherine O’Brien k, EdwardExpand
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Control of hepatitis A through routine vaccination of children.
CONTEXT The impact of routine hepatitis A vaccination of children living in large communities with elevated disease rates has not been evaluated. OBJECTIVE To determine the effect of routineExpand
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Adsorption and growth of Vibrio cholerae on chitin.
Incubation of Vibrio cholerae of O-group serotype 1 with chitin particles resulted in adsorption of vibrios onto chitin; chitin-adsorbed V. cholerae survived exposure to acid better than nonadsorbedExpand
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Oral maintenance therapy for cholera in adults.
An oral solution containing glucose, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and potassium chloride or citrate was used as maintenance therapy for acute cholera. In comparison with control patients whoExpand
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Duration of infection-derived immunity to cholera.
Four volunteers were rechallenged with Vibrio cholerae (10(6) classical Ogawa 395 organisms) 33-36 months after their initial induced cholera infection; none of the four veterans and four of fiveExpand
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Oral rehydration and maintenance of children with rotavirus and bacterial diarrhoeas.
The outcome of administering ORT (oral rehydration therapy) to 62 infants admitted to a Costa Rican hospital with acute rotavirus or bacterial diarrheas and with 5-10% dehydration was described.Expand
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