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by O'Brien, Katherine L and Baggett, Henry C and Brooks, W. Abdullah and Feikin, Daniel R and Hammitt, Laura L and Higdon, Melissa M and Howie, Stephen R.C and Deloria Knoll, Maria and Kotloff, Karen L and Levine, Orin S and Madhi, Shabir A and Murdoch, David R and Prosperi, Christine and Scott, J. Anthony G and Shi, Qiyuan and Thea, Donald M and Wu, Zhenke and Zeger, Scott L and Adrian, Peter V and Akarasewi, Pasakorn and Anderson, Trevor P and Antonio, Martin and Awori, Juliet O and Baillie, Vicky L and Bunthi, Charatdao and Chipeta, James and Chisti, Mohammod Jobayer and Crawley, Jane and DeLuca, Andrea N and Driscoll, Amanda J and Ebruke, Bernard E and Endtz, Hubert P and Fancourt, Nicholas and Fu, Wei and Goswami, Doli and Groome, Michelle J and Haddix, Meredith and Hossain, Lokman and Jahan, Yasmin and Kagucia, E. Wangeci and Kamau, Alice and Karron, Ruth A and Kazungu, Sidi and Kourouma, Nana and Kuwanda, Locadiah and Kwenda, Geoffrey and Li, Mengying and Machuka, Eunice M and Mackenzie, Grant and Mahomed, Nasreen and Maloney, Susan A and McLellan, Jessica L and Mitchell, Joanne L and Moore, David P and Morpeth, Susan C and Mudau, Azwifarwi and Mwananyanda, Lawrence and Mwansa, James and Silaba Ominde, Micah and Onwuchekwa, Uma and Park, Daniel E and Rhodes, Julia and Sawatwong, Pongpun and Seidenberg, Phil and Shamsul, Arifin and Simões, Eric A.F and Sissoko, Seydou and Wa Somwe, Somwe and Sow, Samba O and Sylla, Mamadou and Tamboura, Boubou and Tapia, Milagritos D and Thamthitiwat, Somsak and Toure, Aliou and Watson, Nora L and Zaman, Khalequ and Zaman, Syed M.A and The Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) Study Group and PERCH Study Grp and Pneumonia Etiology Research for Child Health (PERCH) Study Group
The Lancet (British edition), ISSN 0140-6736, 08/2019, Volume 394, Issue 10200, pp. 757 - 779
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by Carroll, Miles W and Matthews, David A and Hiscox, Julian A and Elmore, Michael J and Pollakis, Georgios and Rambaut, Andrew and Hewson, Roger and García-Dorival, Isabel and Bore, Joseph Akoi and Koundouno, Raymond and Abdellati, Saïd and Afrough, Babak and Aiyepada, John and Akhilomen, Patience and Asogun, Danny and Atkinson, Barry and Badusche, Marlis and Bah, Amadou and Bate, Simon and Baumann, Jan and Becker, Dirk and Becker-Ziaja, Beate and Bocquin, Anne and Borremans, Benny and Bosworth, Andrew and Boettcher, Jan Peter and Cannas, Angela and Carletti, Fabrizio and Castilletti, Concetta and Clark, Simon and Colavita, Francesca and Diederich, Sandra and Donatus, Adomeh and Duraffour, Sophie and Ehichioya, Deborah and Ellerbrok, Heinz and Fernandez-Garcia, Maria Dolores and Fizet, Alexandra and Fleischmann, Erna and Gryseels, Sophie and Hermelink, Antje and Hinzmann, Julia and Hopf-Guevara, Ute and Ighodalo, Yemisi and Jameson, Lisa and Kelterbaum, Anne and Kis, Zoltan and Kloth, Stefan and Kohl, Claudia and Korva, Miša and Kraus, Annette and Kuisma, Eeva and Kurth, Andreas and Liedigk, Britta and Logue, Christopher H and Lüdtke, Anja and Maes, Piet and McCowen, James and Mély, Stéphane and Mertens, Marc and Meschi, Silvia and Meyer, Benjamin and Michel, Janine and Molkenthin, Peter and Muñoz-Fontela, César and Muth, Doreen and Newman, Edmund N. C and Ngabo, Didier and Oestereich, Lisa and Okosun, Jennifer and Olokor, Thomas and Omiunu, Racheal and Omomoh, Emmanuel and Pallasch, Elisa and Pályi, Bernadett and Portmann, Jasmine and Pottage, Thomas and Pratt, Catherine and Priesnitz, Simone and Quartu, Serena and Rappe, Julie and Repits, Johanna and Richter, Martin and Rudolf, Martin and Sachse, Andreas and Schmidt, Kristina Maria and Schudt, Gordian and Strecker, Thomas and Thom, Ruth and Thomas, Stephen and Tobin, Ekaete and Tolley, Howard and Trautner, Jochen and Vermoesen, Tine and Vitoriano, Inês and Wagner, Matthias and Wolff, Svenja and Yue, Constanze and Capobianchi, Maria Rosaria and Kretschmer, Birte and ...
Nature (London), ISSN 0028-0836, 08/2015, Volume 524, Issue 7563, pp. 97 - 101
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BMC infectious diseases, ISSN 1471-2334, 07/2017, Volume 17, Issue 1, pp. 466 - 466
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