Michael Roper

Brendan J. McMullan1
Sharon C-A. Chen1
Tania C. Sorrell1
1Brendan J. McMullan
1Sharon C-A. Chen
1Tania C. Sorrell
1Julianne T. Djordjevic
1Desmarini Desmarini
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  • Brendan J. McMullan, Desmarini Desmarini, Julianne T. Djordjevic, Sharon C-A. Chen, Michael Roper, Tania C. Sorrell
  • 2015
BACKGROUND Cryptococcus neoformans is the commonest cause of fungal meningitis, with a substantial mortality despite appropriate therapy. Quantitative culture of cryptococci in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) during antifungal therapy is of prognostic value and has therapeutic implications, but is slow and not practicable in many resource-poor countries. (More)
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