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Changing emergence of Shigella sero-groups in Bangladesh: observation from four different diarrheal disease hospitals

PloS One

May 10, 2013

Sumon Kumar DasRubhana Raqib

Abstract

Shigellosis continues to be a public health challenge for developing countries, including Bangladesh. The aim of the study is to demonstrate recent changes in Shigella sero-groups and their geographical diversity. Data were extracted from data archive of four diarrheal disease surveilla...read more

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Wasting
Health Center
Study
Patterns
Serology (Antibodies and Most Antigens Except Blood Bank and Infectious Agents)
Pathogenic Organism
Vaccines
Dysentery, Bacillary
Shigella sonnei bacterium
Etiology
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Changing emergence of Shigella sero-groups in Bangladesh: observation from four different diarrheal disease hospitals

PloS One

May 10, 2013

Sumon Kumar DasRubhana Raqib

PMID: 23658619

DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0062029

Abstract

Shigellosis continues to be a public health challenge for developing countries, including Bangladesh. The aim of the study is to demonstrate recent changes in Shigella sero-groups and their geographical diversity. Data were extracted from data archive of four diarrheal disease surveilla...read more

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Serology (Antibodies and Most Antigens Except Blood Bank and Infectious Agents)
Pathogenic Organism
Vaccines
Dysentery, Bacillary
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