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1-Oct-2008Urinary tract infections in a South American population: Dynamic spread of class 1 integrons and multidrug resistance by homologous and site-specific recombinationMárquez, C; Labbate, M; Raymondo, C; Fernández, J; Gestal, AM; Holley, M; Borthagaray, G; Stokes, HW
1-Aug-2016Subtype distribution of Blastocystis in communities along the Chao Phraya river, ThailandPalasuwan, A; Palasuwan, D; Mahittikorn, A; Chiabchalard, R; Combes, V; Popruk, S
1-Feb-2016Respiratory syncytial virus is present in the neonatal intensive care unitHomaira, N; Sheils, J; Stelzer-Braid, S; Lui, K; Oie, JL; Snelling, T; Jaffe, A; Rawlinson, W
1-Mar-2013Subtype distribution of Blastocystis isolates identified in a Sydney population and pathogenic potential of BlastocystisRoberts, T; Stark, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-May-2018Resistance screening and trend analysis of imported falciparum malaria in NSW, Australia (2010 to 2016)Prosser, C; Meyer, W; Ellis, J; Lee, R
1-Jun-2011A case-controlled study of Dientamoeba fragilis infections in childrenBanik, GR; Barratt, JLN; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, JT; Stark, D
1-Jul-2016Diagnostic accuracy and distress associated with oropharyngeal suction in cystic fibrosisDoumit, M; Belessis, Y; Stelzer-Braid, S; Mallitt, KA; Rawlinson, W; Jaffe, A
1-Mar-2013Gastrointestinal pathogen distribution in symptomatic children in Sydney, AustraliaFletcher, S; Van Hal, S; Andresen, D; McLaws, ML; Stark, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-Apr-2010Comparison of microscopy, two xenic culture techniques, conventional and real-time PCR for the detection of Dientamoeba fragilis in clinical stool samplesStark, D; Barratt, J; Roberts, T; Marriott, D; Harkness, J; Ellis, J
1-Feb-2011Comparison of microscopy, culture, and conventional polymerase chain reaction for detection of Blastocystis sp. in clinical stool samplesRoberts, T; Barratt, J; Harkness, J; Ellis, J; Stark, D
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