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June 27, 2020
Open Access

Mandatory vaccine policies associated with increased vaccination rates and decreased measles incidence

The Journal of Pediatrics
Elena Bozzola, Enea Bonci
June 26, 2020

The measles virus V protein binding site to STAT2 overlaps with that of IRF9

Journal of Virology
Yuma NaganoToyoyuki Ose
June 24, 2020
Open Access

Tailoring Immunization Programmes: using patient file data to explore vaccination uptake and associated factors

Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics
Sanjin MusaSebastian Funk
June 23, 2020

Faster waning of the rubella specific immune response in young pregnant women immunized with MMR at 15 months

American Journal of Reproductive Immunology : AJRI
Wan-Ju KungChing-Chiang Lin
June 26, 2020
Open Access

Molecular Epidemiology of B3 and D8 Measles Viruses through Hemagglutinin Phylogenetic History

International Journal of Molecular Sciences
Silvia BianchiAntonella Amendola
July 2, 2020

Performance and Membrane Fouling Characteristics of Mariculture Wastewater Treated by Anoxic MBR-MMR

Huan jing ke xue= Huanjing kexue
Fan-Yu ChenHong-Wei Han
July 6, 2020

Measles Virus Infects and Programs MAIT Cells for Apoptosis

The Journal of Infectious Diseases
Patrick T RudakS M Mansour Haeryfar
June 23, 2020

Structure, dynamics and phase separation of measles virus RNA replication machinery

Current Opinion in Virology
Serafima GusevaMartin Blackledge
June 26, 2020

Evaluation of vaccination coverage of measles-rubella campaign in Imphal East District, Manipur: A cross-sectional study

Indian Journal of Public Health
Bishwalata RajkumariTamphasana Thounaojam
June 28, 2020
Case Report

Valuation of a commercialized RT-PCR kit for the diagnosis of infection caused by the measles virus

Enfermedades infecciosas y microbiología clínica
Juan Carlos SanzFernando de Ory
July 6, 2020

A microneedle patch for measles and rubella vaccination: a game changer for achieving elimination

Current Opinion in Virology
Mark R PrausnitzWalter A Orenstein
July 2, 2020
Open Access

Investigation of Measles Outbreak among Thai and Migrant Workers in Two Factories in Nakhon Pathom, Thailand, 2019

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
Suphanat WongsanuphatRapeepong Suphanchaimat
June 27, 2020

The colliding epidemics of COVID-19, Ebola, and measles in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

The Lancet Global Health
Jean B NachegaJean-Jacques Muyembe Tam-Fum
June 20, 2020

Measles virus and rinderpest virus divergence dated to the sixth century BCE

Ariane DüxSébastien Calvignac-Spencer
June 26, 2020
Open Access

Notes from the Field: Measles Outbreak Associated with International Air Travel - California, March-April 2017

MMWR. Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report
Lihan LuKara Tardivel
July 4, 2020
Open Access

The Practice Guideline for Vaccinating Korean Patients with Autoimmune Inflammatory Rheumatic Disease

Infection & chemotherapy
Yu Bin SeoShin Seok Lee
June 23, 2020

Measles immunity gaps in an era of high vaccination coverage: A serology study from Taiwan

Travel Medicine and Infectious Disease
Yi-Chen LeeKuo-Chin Huang

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