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Current Opinion in Virology, ISSN 1879-6257, 08/2019, Volume 37, pp. 132 - 138
Lassa fever is a unique viral hemorrhagic fever that is endemic in parts of West Africa, primarily Sierra Leone, Guinea, Liberia, and Nigeria. The disease is... 
Journal Article
04/2009
Characteristics of primary and recrudescent Plasmodium falciparum infections were evaluated in 25 children who did not recover after amodiaquine (AQ)... 
amodiaquine - recrudescence - malaria - gametocyte sex ratio - children - Nigeria
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The Lancet Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1473-3099, 06/2019, Volume 19, Issue 6, pp. 569 - 570
The authors used the Nextera Flex method for viral genome enrichment, developed by Illumina Technologies (San Diego, CA, USA), to shorten the time between... 
INFECTIOUS DISEASES | Pathogens | Depth indicators | Epidemics | Medical research | Genomics | Viral diseases | Viruses | Outbreaks | Genomes | Laboratory equipment | Real time | Gene sequencing | Consortia | Ebola virus | Infectious diseases | Surveillance | Technology transfer | Diagnostic systems | Mutation
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by Dudas, Gytis and Carvalho, Luiz Max and Bedford, Trevor and Tatem, Andrew J and Baele, Guy and Faria, Nuno R and Park, Daniel J and Ladner, Jason T and Arias, Armando and Asogun, Danny and Bielejec, Filip and Caddy, Sarah L and Cotten, Matthew and D'Ambrozio, Jonathan and Dellicour, Simon and Di Caro, Antonino and Diclaro, Joseph W and Duraffour, Sophie and Elmore, Michael J and Fakoli, Lawrence S and Faye, Ousmane and Gilbert, Merle L and Gevao, Sahr M and Gire, Stephen and Gladden-Young, Adrianne and Gnirke, Andreas and Goba, Augustine and Grant, Donald S and Haagmans, Bart L and Hiscox, Julian A and Jah, Umaru and Kugelman, Jeffrey R and Liu, Di and Lu, Jia and Malboeuf, Christine M and Mate, Suzanne and Matthews, David A and Matranga, Christian B and Meredith, Luke W and Qu, James and Quick, Joshua and Pas, Suzan D and Phan, My V. T and Pollakis, Georgios and Reusken, Chantal B and Sanchez-Lockhart, Mariano and Schaffner, Stephen F and Schieffelin, John S and Sealfon, Rachel S and Simon-Loriere, Etienne and Smits, Saskia L and Stoecker, Kilian and Thorne, Lucy and Tobin, Ekaete Alice and Vandi, Mohamed A and Watson, Simon J and West, Kendra and Whitmer, Shannon and Wiley, Michael R and Winnicki, Sarah M and Wohl, Shirlee and Wölfel, Roman and Yozwiak, Nathan L and Andersen, Kristian G and Blyden, Sylvia O and Bolay, Fatorma and Carroll, Miles W and Dahn, Bernice and Diallo, Boubacar and Formenty, Pierre and Fraser, Christophe and Gao, George F and Garry, Robert F and Goodfellow, Ian and Günther, Stephan and Happi, Christian T and Holmes, Edward C and Kargbo, Brima and Keïta, Sakoba and Kellam, Paul and Koopmans, Marion P. G and Kuhn, Jens H and Loman, Nicholas J and Magassouba, N'Faly and Naidoo, Dhamari and Nichol, Stuart T and Nyenswah, Tolbert and Palacios, Gustavo and Pybus, Oliver G and Sabeti, Pardis C and Sall, Amadou and Ströher, Ute and Wurie, Isatta and Suchard, Marc A and Lemey, Philippe and Rambaut, Andrew
Nature, ISSN 0028-0836, 04/2017, Volume 544, Issue 7650, pp. 309 - 315
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by Andersen, Kristian G and Shapiro, B. Jesse and Matranga, Christian B and Sealfon, Rachel and Lin, Aaron E and Moses, Lina M and Folarin, Onikepe A and Goba, Augustine and Odia, Ikponmwonsa and Ehiane, Philomena E and Momoh, Mambu and England, Eleina M and Winnicki, Sarah and Branco, Luis M and Gire, Stephen K and Phelan, Eric and Tariyal, Ridhi and Tewhey, Ryan and Omoniwa, Omowunmi and Fullah, Mohammed and Fonnie, Mbalu and Fonnie, Richard and Kanneh, Lansana and Jalloh, Simbirie and Gbakie, Michael and Saffa, Sidiki and Karbo, Kandeh and Gladden, Adrianne D and Qu, James and Stremlau, Matthew and Nekoui, Mahan and Finucane, Hilary K and Tabrizi, Shervin and Vitti, Joseph J and Birren, Bruce and Fitzgerald, Michael and McCowan, Caryn and Ireland, Andrea and Berlin, Aaron M and Bochicchio, James and Tazon-Vega, Barbara and Lennon, Niall J and Ryan, Elizabeth M and Bjornson, Zach and Milner, Danny A and Lukens, Amanda K and Broodie, Nisha and Rowland, Megan and Heinrich, Megan and Akdag, Marjan and Schieffelin, John S and Levy, Danielle and Akpan, Henry and Bausch, Daniel G and Rubins, Kathleen and McCormick, Joseph B and Lander, Eric S and Günther, Stephan and Hensley, Lisa and Okogbenin, Sylvanus and Schaffner, Stephen F and Okokhere, Peter O and Khan, S. Humarr and Grant, Donald S and Akpede, George O and Asogun, Danny A and Gnirke, Andreas and Levin, Joshua Z and Happi, Christian T and Garry, Robert F and Sabeti, Pardis C and Viral Hemorrhagic Fever Consortium
Cell, ISSN 0092-8674, 08/2015, Volume 162, Issue 4, pp. 738 - 750
The 2013–2015 West African epidemic of Ebola virus disease (EVD) reminds us of how little is known about biosafety level 4 viruses. Like Ebola virus, Lassa... 
L-RNA | TRANSMISSION | BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY | ADAPTATION | DISEASE | ANCIENT | PATTERNS | CODON USAGE | PURIFYING SELECTION | EBOLA | FEVER | CELL BIOLOGY | Ebola virus | Proteins | Epidemics | Evolutionary biology | Genomics | Reservoirs | Ebola virus infections | Health aspects | Biosafety | Antigenic determinants
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by Rotimi, Charles and Abayomi, Akin and Abimiku, Alash'le and Adabayeri, Victoria May and Adebamowo, Clement and Adebiyi, Ezekiel and Ademola, Adebowale D and Adeyemo, Adebowale and Adu, Dwomoa and Affolabi, Dissou and Agongo, Godfred and Ajayi, Samuel and Akarolo-Anthony, Sally and Akinyemi, Rufus and Akpalu, Albert and Alberts, Marianne and Alonso Betancourt, Orlando and Alzohairy, Ahmed Mansour and Ameni, Gobena and Amodu, Olukemi and Anabwani, Gabriel and Andersen, Kristian G and Arogundade, Fatiu and Arulogun, Oyedunni and Asogun, Danny A and Bakare, Rasheed and Balde, Naby and Baniecki, Mary Lynn and Beiswanger, Christine and Benkahla, Alia and Bethke, Lara and Boehnke, Micheal and Boima, Vincent and Brandful, James and Brooks, Andrew I and Brosius, Frank C and Brown, Chester W and Bucheton, Bruno and Burke, David T and Burnett, Barrington G and Carrington-Lawrence, Stacy and Carstens, Nadia and Chisi, John and Christoffels, Alan and Cooper, Richard and Cordell, Heather and Crowther, Nigel and Croxton, Talishiea and De Vries, Jantina and Derr, Leslie and Donkor, Peter and Doumbia, Seydou and Duncanson, Audrey and Ekem, Ivy and El Sayed, Ahmed and Engel, Mark E and Enyaru, John C.K and Everett, Dean and Fadlelmola, Faisal M and Fakunle, Eyitayo and Fischbeck, Kenneth H and Fischer, Anne and Folarin, Onikepe and Gamieldien, Junaid and Garry, Robert F and Gaseitsiwe, Simani and Gbadegesin, Rasheed and Ghansah, Anita and Giovanni, Maria and Goesbeck, Parham and Gomez-Olive, F. Xavier and Grant, Donald S and Grewal, Ravnit and Guyer, Mark and Hanchard, Neil A and Happi, Christian T and Hazelhurst, Scott and Hennig, Branwen J and Hertz-Fowler, Christiane and Hide, Winston and Hilderbrandt, Friedhelm and Hugo-Hamman, Christopher and Ibrahim, Muntaser E and James, Regina and Jaufeerally-Fakim, Yasmina and Jenkins, Carolyn and Jentsch, Ute and Jiang, Pan-Pan and Joloba, Moses and Jongeneel, Victor C and Joubert, Fourie and Kader, Mukthar and Kahn, Kathleen and Kaleebu, Pontiano and Kapiga, Saidi H and Kassim, Samar Kamal and Kasvosve, Ishmael and Kayondo, Jonathan and Keavney, Bernard and Kekitiinwa, Adeodata and ... and H3Africa Consortium
Science, ISSN 0036-8075, 2014, Volume 344, Issue 6190, pp. 1346 - 1348
Journal Article
The New England Journal of Medicine, ISSN 0028-4793, 11/2018, Volume 379, Issue 18, pp. 1745 - 1753
Journal Article
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 2014, Volume 8, Issue 3, p. e2748
Journal Article
07/2007
Resistance in Plasmodium falciparum to amodiaquine (AQ) can be reversed in vitro with with antihistaminic and tricyclic antidepressant compounds, but its... 
amodiaquine - chlorpheniramine - resistance reversal - malaria - children
Web Resource
Nature Biotechnology, ISSN 1087-0156, 02/2019, Volume 37, Issue 2, pp. 160 - 168
Journal Article
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, ISSN 1935-2727, 03/2015, Volume 9, Issue 3, p. e0003631
Journal Article
Viruses, ISSN 1999-4915, 11/2014, Volume 6, Issue 11, pp. 4760 - 4799
Journal Article