1. The impact of different antimicrobial exposures on the gut microbiome in the ARMORD observational study

    This article has 10 authors:
    1. Leon Peto
    2. Nicola Fawcett
    3. Musaiwale M Kamfose
    4. Claire Scarborough
    5. Andy Peniket
    6. Robert Danby
    7. Tim EA Peto
    8. Derrick W Crook
    9. Martin J Llewelyn
    10. A Sarah Walker
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      The work provides a valuable assessment of how antibiotics impact the human gut microbiota in diverse observational cohorts. Although the data presented are solid, some of the assumptions underlying their models may have affected the interpretation of their findings. The study is relevant for researchers and clinicians interested in antimicrobial resistance.

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  2. Unravelling Chlamydia trachomatis Diversity in Amhara, Ethiopia: MLVA- ompA Sequencing as a Molecular Typing Tool for Trachoma

    This article has 12 authors:
    1. Anna Harte
    2. Ehsan Ghasemian
    3. Harry Pickering
    4. Joanna Houghton
    5. Ambahun Chernet
    6. Eshetu Sata
    7. Gizachew Yismaw
    8. Taye Zeru
    9. Zerihun Tadesse
    10. E. Kelly Callahan
    11. Scott D. Nash
    12. Martin Holland

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  3. Hematologic abnormalities after COVID-19 vaccination: A large Korean population-based cohort study

    This article has 5 authors:
    1. Hye Sook Choi
    2. Min-Ho Kim
    3. Myeong Geun Choi
    4. Joo Hun Park
    5. Eun Mi Chun

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  4. Primary exposure to Zika virus increases risk of symptomatic dengue virus infection with serotypes 2, 3, and 4 but not serotype 1

    This article has 13 authors:
    1. Jose Victor Zambrana
    2. Chloe M. Hasund
    3. Rosemary A. Aogo
    4. Sandra Bos
    5. Sonia Arguello
    6. Karla Gonzalez
    7. Damaris Collado
    8. Tatiana Miranda
    9. Guillermina Kuan
    10. Aubree Gordon
    11. Angel Balmaseda
    12. Leah Katzelnick
    13. Eva Harris

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  5. Early oral switch in low-risk Staphylococcus aureus bloodstream infection

    This article has 37 authors:
    1. Achim J. Kaasch
    2. Luis Eduard López-Cortés
    3. Jesús Rodríguez-Baño
    4. José Miguel Cisneros
    5. M. Dolores Navarro
    6. Gerd Fätkenheuer
    7. Norma Jung
    8. Siegbert Rieg
    9. Raphaël Lepeule
    10. Laetitia Coutte
    11. Louis Bernard
    12. Adrien Lemaignen
    13. Katrin Kösters
    14. Colin R. MacKenzie
    15. Alex Soriano
    16. Stefan Hagel
    17. Bruno Fantin
    18. Matthieu Lafaurie
    19. Jean-Philippe Talarmin
    20. Aurélien Dinh
    21. Thomas Guimard
    22. David Boutoille
    23. Tobias Welte
    24. Stefan Reuter
    25. Jan Kluytmans
    26. Maria Luisa Martin
    27. Emmanuel Forestier
    28. Hartmut Stocker
    29. Virginie Vitrat
    30. Pierre Tattevin
    31. Anna Rommerskirchen
    32. Marion Noret
    33. Anne Adams
    34. Winfried V. Kern
    35. Martin Hellmich
    36. Harald Seifert
    37. SABATO study group (members and affiliations listed in Acknowledgement record)

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  6. A new method using rapid Nanopore metagenomic cell-free DNA sequencing to diagnose bloodstream infections: a prospective observational study

    This article has 6 authors:
    1. Morten Eneberg Nielsen
    2. Kirstine Kobberøe Søgaard
    3. Søren Michael Karst
    4. Anne Lund Krarup
    5. Hans Linde Nielsen
    6. Mads Albertsen

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  7. Two mosquito salivary antigens demonstrate promise as biomarkers of recent exposure to P. falciparum infected mosquito bites

    This article has 22 authors:
    1. Sarah Lapidus
    2. Morgan M. Goheen
    3. Mouhamad Sy
    4. Awa B. Deme
    5. Ibrahima Mbaye Ndiaye
    6. Younous Diedhiou
    7. Amadou Moctar Mbaye
    8. Kelly A. Hagadorn
    9. Seynabou Diouf Sene
    10. Mariama Nicole Pouye
    11. Laty Gaye Thiam
    12. Aboubacar Ba
    13. Noemi Guerra
    14. Alassane Mbengue
    15. Hamidah Raduwan
    16. Inés Vigan-Womas
    17. Sunil Parikh
    18. Albert I. Ko
    19. Daouda Ndiaye
    20. Erol Fikrig
    21. Yu-Min Chuang
    22. Amy K. Bei

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  8. Development of a simple and highly sensitive virion concentration method to detect SARS-CoV-2 in saliva

    This article has 4 authors:
    1. Yasuko Yamazaki
    2. Uxía Alonso Alonso
    3. Remil L. Galay
    4. Wataru Yamazaki

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  9. Safety and Immunogenicity of an Inactivated Recombinant Newcastle Disease Virus Vaccine Expressing SARS-CoV-2 Spike: A Randomised, Comparator-Controlled, Phase 2 Trial

    This article has 19 authors:
    1. Vu Dinh Thiem
    2. Dang Duc Anh
    3. Vu Hai Ha
    4. Nguyen Van Thom
    5. Tran Cong Thang
    6. Jose Mateus
    7. Juan Manuel Carreño
    8. Rama Raghunandan
    9. Nguyen Mai Huong
    10. Laina D Mercer
    11. Jorge Flores
    12. E Alexandar Escarrega
    13. Ariel Raskin
    14. Duong Huu Thai
    15. Le Van Be
    16. Alessandro Sette
    17. Bruce L Innis
    18. Florian Krammer
    19. Daniela Weiskopf

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  10. Baseline malaria infection status and RTS,S/AS01E malaria vaccine efficacy

    This article has 32 authors:
    1. Michal Juraska
    2. Angela M. Early
    3. Li Li
    4. Stephen F. Schaffner
    5. Marc Lievens
    6. Akanksha Khorgade
    7. Brian Simpkins
    8. Nima S. Hejazi
    9. David A. Benkeser
    10. Qi Wang
    11. Laina D. Mercer
    12. Samuel Adjei
    13. Tsiri Agbenyega
    14. Scott Anderson
    15. Daniel Ansong
    16. Dennis K. Bii
    17. Patrick B.Y. Buabeng
    18. Sean English
    19. Nicholas Fitzgerald
    20. Jonna Grimsby
    21. Simon K. Kariuki
    22. Kephas Otieno
    23. François Roman
    24. Aaron M. Samuels
    25. Nelli Westercamp
    26. Christian F. Ockenhouse
    27. Opokua Ofori-Anyinam
    28. Cynthia K. Lee
    29. Bronwyn L. MacInnis
    30. Dyann F. Wirth
    31. Peter B. Gilbert
    32. Daniel E. Neafsey

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