Lindsay Klug

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate recent trends in infectious diseases mortality in the United States. DESIGN Descriptive study of infectious disease mortality, classifying International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision codes as infectious diseases, consequence of infectious diseases, or not infectious diseases. Multiple cause-of-death tapes from the(More)
To improve understanding of the epidemiology of cryptococcal disease, we analyzed the multilocus genotype distribution of 358 Cryptococcus neoformans isolates obtained from 251 patients through active surveillance in four U.S. geographic areas from 1992 through 1994. Isolates of the predominant enzyme electrophoretic type (ET), ET-1, were recovered in(More)
Cytoplasmic NADP-isocitrate dehydrogenase (NADP-IDH) has been purified and characterized, and its gene sequenced in many animal, plant, and yeast species. However, much less information is available on this enzyme-gene in insects. As a first step in investigating the biochemical and molecular mechanisms by which NADP-IDH contributes to adaptations for(More)
Cytoplasmic NADP(+)-isocitrate dehydrogenase (NADP(+)-IDH) has been purified and characterized, and its gene sequenced in many animal, plant, and yeast species. However, much less information is available on this enzyme-gene in insects. As a first step in investigating the biochemical and molecular mechanisms by which NADP(+)-IDH contributes to adaptations(More)
Many new infectious diseases have been identified in the United States during the last several decades (1). Among these are AIDS, Legionnaires’ disease, toxic-shock syndrome, hepatitis C, and most recently, hantavirus pulmonary syndrome; all caused serious illness and death. In each instance, the disease was recognized through investigation of illness for(More)
Hamm, Nicole Hutsell, Lindsay Klug, Jennifer Li, Sucharitha Rajendran, and Maria Warhol, and also for the contributions of our colleagues, Larry Heuer (Columbia University), Lisa PytlikZillig (Public Policy Center), and David Rottman (National Center for State Courts). Finally, a specific caveat: Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations(More)
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