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by Wong, Vanessa K and Baker, Stephen and Pickard, Derek J and Parkhill, Julian and Page, Andrew J and Feasey, Nicholas A and Kingsley, Robert A and Thomson, Nicholas R and Keane, Jacqueline A and Weill, François-Xavier and Edwards, David J and Hawkey, Jane and Harris, Simon R and Mather, Alison E and Cain, Amy K and Hadfield, James and Hart, Peter J and Thieu, Nga Tran Vu and Klemm, Elizabeth J and Glinos, Dafni A and Breiman, Robert F and Watson, Conall H and Kariuki, Samuel and Gordon, Melita A and Heyderman, Robert S and Okoro, Chinyere and Jacobs, Jan and Lunguya, Octavie and Edmunds, W John and Msefula, Chisomo and Chabalgoity, Jose A and Kama, Mike and Jenkins, Kylie and Dutta, Shanta and Marks, Florian and Campos, Josefina and Thompson, Corinne and Obaro, Stephen and MacLennan, Calman A and Dolecek, Christiane and Keddy, Karen H and Smith, Anthony M and Parry, Christopher M and Karkey, Abhilasha and Mulholland, E Kim and Campbell, James I and Dongol, Sabina and Basnyat, Buddha and Dufour, Muriel and Bandaranayake, Don and Naseri, Take Toleafoa and Singh, Shalini Pravin and Hatta, Mochammad and Newton, Paul and Onsare, Robert S and Isaia, Lupeoletalalei and Dance, David and Davong, Viengmon and Thwaites, Guy and Wijedoru, Lalith and Crump, John A and De Pinna, Elizabeth and Nair, Satheesh and Nilles, Eric J and Thanh, Duy Pham and Turner, Paul and Soeng, Sona and Valcanis, Mary and Powling, Joan and Dimovski, Karolina and Hogg, Geoff and Farrar, Jeremy and Holt, Kathryn E and Dougan, Gordon
Nature genetics, ISSN 1546-1718, 2015, Volume 47, Issue 6, pp. 632 - 639
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