Martial Yonga

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There was an outbreak of cholera in Cameroon during 2004 and 2005; the epidemic began in Douala in January 2004 and spread throughout the south of the country. The World Health Organization (WHO) reported 8005 cases in 2004 and 2847 cases in 2005. Five hundred eighty-nine stool samples were received in the Pasteur Centre of Cameroon and 352 were(More)
Measles virus (MeV) is monotypic, but genetic variation in the hemagglutinin H and nucleoprotein N genes can be analyzed by molecular epidemiologic techniques and used to study virus transmission patterns. The World Health Organization currently recognizes 8 clades (A-H) within which are 24 genotypes of MeV and one provisional genotype, d11. Genotype B3 is(More)
ss Open Acce Oral presentation Perinatal transmission of Cytomegalovirus (CMV) in children born to HIV positive and negative women in Cameroon Anfumbom Kfutwah*1, Mathurin Tejiokem1, Albert Faye2, Martial Yonga1, Josiane Warszawski3, Stephane Blanche4, Claire Rekacewicz5, Francis Ateba6, Jean Ndongo6, Georgette Guemkam6, Chantal Same-Ekobo7, Christine(More)
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