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Cumulative long-term investment in vocalization and mating success of fallow bucks,Dama dama
We carried out behavioural observations to investigate the function of long-term investment in vocal display by fallow bucks during the breeding season. The measures of long-term investment used were… Expand
Etiology of acute lower respiratory tract infections in Gambian children: I. Acute lower respiratory tract infections in infants presenting at the hospital.
Ninety infants less than 1 year of age with pneumonia and 43 control infants were investigated for viral and chlamydial infection with the use of culture and serology and for bacterial infection with… Expand
Etiology of acute lower respiratory tract infections in Gambian children: II. Acute lower respiratory tract infection in children ages one to nine years presenting at the hospital.
Seventy-four children ages 1 to 9 years hospitalized because of severe pneumonia were investigated using blood cultures, lung aspirates, nasopharyngeal aspirates, serology and antigen detection… Expand
Latex agglutination test for diagnosing pneumococcal pneumonia in children in developing countries.
- K. O'Neill, N. Lloyd-Evans, H. Campbell, I. Forgie, S. Sabally, B. Greenwood
- 22 April 1989
OBJECTIVE--To prepare and assess the sensitivity and specificity of a latex agglutination test specific for the serotype of antigen in diagnosing pneumococcal pneumonia in Gambian children.… Expand
Etiology of acute lower respiratory tract infections in children in a rural community in The Gambia
- I. Forgie, H. Campbell, +5 authors B. Greenwood
- The Pediatric infectious disease journal
- 1 June 1992
Approximately 500 children younger than 5 years old resident in 7 villages in a rural area of the Gambia were monitored closely for 1 year for episodes of acute lower respiratory tract infection… Expand
Follow-up of Gambian children for a 1-year period after rotavirus infection.
- K. O'Neill, P. Hanlon, P. Byass, N. Lloyd-Evans, E. Jupp
- Annals of tropical paediatrics
- 1 September 1989
To investigate the hypothesis that rotavirus infection in young children can trigger chronic diarrhoeal disease, a group of cases from a documented epidemic of rotavirus and a group of matched… Expand