Pertussis, known as whooping cough, is caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis. Pertussis vaccines are effective for disease prevention. Discover the latest research on Pertussis here.

January 14, 2022

Investigation of immunity against Bordetella pertussis in pregnant women and an overview of the vaccination schedule in Turkey.

The Turkish Journal of Pediatrics
Serdar GülSelçuk Kılıç
January 12, 2022

Impact of health system strengthening on delivery strategies to improve child immunisation coverage and inequalities in rural Madagascar.

BMJ Global Health
Elinambinina RajaonarifaraAndres Garchitorena
January 10, 2022

Immunization schedule of the Pediatric Spanish Association: 2022 recommendations.

Anales De Pediatría
Francisco José Álvarez Garcíaen representación del Comité Asesor de Vacunas de la Asociación Española de Pediatría (CAV-AEP)
January 11, 2022

Improving vaccination rates in older adults and at-risk groups: focus on pertussis.

Aging Clinical and Experimental Research
Jung-Hyun ChoiStefania Maggi
January 9, 2022

Pepducin ICL1-9-Mediated β2-Adrenergic Receptor-Dependent Cardiomyocyte Contractility Occurs in a Gi Protein/ROCK/PKD-Sensitive Manner.

Cardiovascular Drugs and Therapy
Ama Dedo OkyereDouglas G Tilley
January 7, 2022

Vaccination dropout rates among children aged 12-23 months in Democratic Republic of the Congo: a cross-sectional study.

Archives of public health = Archives belges de santé publique
Harry-César Kayembe-NtumbaDidier Bompangue
January 7, 2022
Open Access

Optogenetic Stimulation of Gi Signaling Enables Instantaneous Modulation of Cardiomyocyte Pacemaking.

Frontiers in Physiology
Milan CokićDaniela Malan
January 6, 2022
Open Access

Genome characteristic of Bordetella parapertussis isolated from Iran

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Azadeh SafarchiF. Shahgheraghi
January 6, 2022
Open Access

Risk factors and prediction model of severe pertussis in infants < 12 months of age in Tianjin, China.

BMC Infectious Diseases
Cui ZhangYuejie Yang
January 5, 2022
Open Access

Genomic dissection of the microevolution of Australian epidemic Bordetella pertussis

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Z. XURuiting Lan
January 4, 2022
Open Access

Community-Acquired Pneumonia Requiring Hospitalization among French Guianese Children.

International Journal of Pediatrics
Alexandre Cannesson, Narcisse Elenga
January 3, 2022

Vaccination in Chronic Liver Disease: An Update.

Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hepatology
Joseph J AlukalPaul J Thuluvath

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