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International Journal of Infectious Diseases: Volume 6, Number 3, September 2002
  1. ProMED-Update
    Dan S. Shapiro and Fiona J. Cooke

  1. Cytokines in immunodeficient patients with invasive fungal infections: an emerging therapy
    Emmanuel Roilides, Cristina Gil Lamaignere and Evangelia Farmakia

  1. HIV disease progression: is the Brazilan variant subtype B (GWGR motif) less pathogenic than US/European subtype B (GPGR)?
    Jorg Casseb, Shirley Komninakis, Leslie Abadalla, Luis Fernando M. Brigido, Rosangela Rodrigues, Fabio Araújo, Ana Paula Rocha Veiga, Alexandre de Almeida, Bredan Flannery, R. Michael Hendry and Alberto Jose da Silva Duarte

  2. Rapid confirmation of HIV infection
    Niel T. Constantine and Fassil Ketema

  3. The association of serum lactate dehydrogenase level with selected opportunistic infections and HIV progression
    Adeel A. Butt, Stephanie Michaels and Patricia Kissinger

  4. Brucellosis in children: clinical observations in 115 cases
    Mohammed Al Shaalan, Ziad A. Memish, Suleiman Al Mahmood, A. Alomari, Mohammed Y. Khan, Maha Almuneef, Suleiman Alalola

  5. Risk factors for mortality by nontyphoidal Salmonella sp. in children
    Maria Teresa Rosanova, Hugo Paganini, Rosa Bologna, Horacio Lopardo and Gabriela Ensinck

  6. Risk of giardiasis in Aucklanders: a case-control study
    M. Ekramul Hoque, Virginia T. Hope, Robert Scragg, Tord Kjellström and Roy Lay-Yee

  7. Prospective epidemiological analysis of triazole-resistant nosocomial Candida glabrata isolated from patients at a comprehensive cancer center
    Amar Safdar, Donald Armstrong, Emily W. Cross and David S. Perlin

  8. A new measles mumps rubella (MMR) vaccine: a randomized comparative trial for assessing the reactogenicity and immunogenicity of three consecutive production lots and comparison with a widely used MMR vaccine in measles primed children
    Chin-Yun Lee, Ren-Bin Tang, Fu-Yuan Huang, Haiwen Tang, Li-Min Huang and Hans L. Bock

  9. Economical multi-site intra-dermal regimen with purified chick embryo cell vaccine (Rabipur) prevents rabies in people bitten by confirmed rabid animals
    S.N. Madhusudana, N. Prem Anand and Shamsundar Ranjini

  10. Immunogenicity and reactogenicity of combined versus separately administered DPTw-HBV and Hib vaccines given to healthy infants at 2, 4, and 6 months of age, with a booster at 18 months
    Stella Riedemann, Germán Reinhardt, Jaime Jara, Richard Rios M, María Soledad Wenzel, Paul Willems and Hans L. Bock

  11. Detection of serologic responses toward GB Virus C/hepatitis G virus infection
    Shih-Yen Lo, Chia-Wen Ku, Hsin-Chieh Ma, Yi-Kwei Li, Jui-Hung Yu, Hsien-Hong Lin, Ahai-C. Lua and Ming-Liang Lee

  12. HCV serotypes in Brazilian patients
    Norma de Paula Cavalheiro, Antonio Alci Barone and Fátima Mitiko Tengan

  13. Clinical diagnosis of P. falciparum among children with history of fever, Sindh, Pakistan
    Siroos Hozhabri, Stephen P. Luby, Mohammad H. Rahbar and Saeed Akhtar

  1. Disastrous results of indigenous methods of rabies prevention in developing countries
    J.K. Dutta

  2. Renal abscess due to Mycobacterium avium complex in a human immunodeficiency virus-positive patient
    Robert Colebunders, Ilse Kint, Ivan Bastian, Eva Mortelmans, Werner Jacobs and Eric Van Marck

  3. Antibody response to hepatitis B vaccine in infants of HIV positive mothers
    Veerachai Watanaveeradej, Rudiwilai Samakoses, Angkool Kerdpanich, Chanchai Aree, Sorachai Nitayabhan, Kwanjai Viputtikul, Sujitra Sukwit and Sriluck Simagsathien

  4. GB virus C/hepatitis G virus infection among renal transplant recipients in Izmir, Turkey: molecular analysis of phylogenetic groups
    Selda Erensoy, Aysin Zeytinoglu, Servet Göksel, Tijen Özacar, Mehmet Özkahya, Ercan Ok, Salih Türkoglu, and Altinay Bilgiç

  1. Travel Medicine and Migrant Health, Lockie C. et al, eds.
    Reviewed by J.S. Friedland

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