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Authors: Ghani, AC de Wolf, F Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Coutinho, R Miedema, F Goudsmit, J Anderson, RM
Citation: Ac. Ghani et al., Surrogate markers for disease progression in treated HIV infection, J ACQ IMM D, 28(3), 2001, pp. 226-231

Authors: Donnelly, CA
Citation: Ca. Donnelly, The impact of the AIDS epidemic on medical statistics, STAT ME M R, 10(2), 2001, pp. 83-84

Authors: Donnelly, CA Cox, DR
Citation: Ca. Donnelly et Dr. Cox, Mathematical biology and medical statistics: contributions to the understanding of AIDS epidemiology, STAT ME M R, 10(2), 2001, pp. 141-154

Authors: Hagenaars, TJ Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Anderson, RM
Citation: Tj. Hagenaars et al., Persistence patterns of scrapie in a sheep flock, EPIDEM INFE, 127(1), 2001, pp. 157-167

Authors: Ghani, AC Henley, WE Donnelly, CA Mayer, S Anderson, RM
Citation: Ac. Ghani et al., Comparison of the effectiveness of non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor-containing and protease inhibitor-containing regimens using observational databases, AIDS, 15(9), 2001, pp. 1133-1142

Authors: Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Anderson, RM
Citation: Nm. Ferguson et al., The foot-and-mouth epidemic in Great Britain: Pattern of spread and impactof interventions, SCIENCE, 292(5519), 2001, pp. 1155-1160

Authors: Howard, SC Donnelly, CA Chan, MS
Citation: Sc. Howard et al., Methods for estimation of associations between multiple species parasite infections, PARASITOL, 122, 2001, pp. 233-251

Authors: Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Anderson, RM
Citation: Nm. Ferguson et al., Transmission intensity and impact of control policies on the foot and mouth epidemic in Great Britain (vol 413, pg 542, 2001), NATURE, 414(6861), 2001, pp. 329-329

Authors: Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Anderson, RM
Citation: Nm. Ferguson et al., Transmission intensity and impact of control policies on the foot and mouth epidemic in Great Britain, NATURE, 413(6855), 2001, pp. 542-548

Authors: Anderson, RM Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA
Citation: Rm. Anderson et al., Group did give timely foot-and-mouth analysis, NATURE, 413(6851), 2001, pp. 16-16

Authors: Snow, RW Howard, SC Mung'ala-Odera, V English, M Molyneux, CS Waruiru, C Mwangi, I Roberts, DJ Donnelly, CA Marsh, K
Citation: Rw. Snow et al., Paediatric survival and re-admission risks following hospitalization on the Kenyan Coast, TR MED I H, 5(5), 2000, pp. 377-383

Authors: Hagenaars, TJ Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Ghani, AC Anderson, RM
Citation: Tj. Hagenaars et al., Feed-borne transmission and case clustering of BSE, P ROY SOC B, 267(1440), 2000, pp. 205-215

Authors: Ghani, AC Donnelly, CA Ferguson, NM Anderson, RM
Citation: Ac. Ghani et al., Assessment of the prevalence of vCJD through testing tonsils and appendices for abnormal prion protein, P ROY SOC B, 267(1438), 2000, pp. 23-29

Authors: Brooker, S Donnelly, CA Guyatt, HL
Citation: S. Brooker et al., Estimating the number of helminthic infections in the Republic of Cameroonfrom data on infection prevalence in schoolchildren, B WHO, 78(12), 2000, pp. 1456-1465

Authors: Morrison, WI Bourne, FJ Cox, DR Donnelly, CA Gettinby, G McInerney, JP Woodroffe, R
Citation: Wi. Morrison et al., Pathogenesis and diagnosis of infections with Mycobacterium bovis in cattle, VET REC, 146(9), 2000, pp. 236-242

Authors: Bourne, J Donnelly, CA Cox, DR Gettinby, G McInerney, JP Morrison, I Woodroffe, R
Citation: J. Bourne et al., Bovine tuberculosis: towards a future control strategy, VET REC, 146(8), 2000, pp. 207-210

Authors: Thomas, DD Donnelly, CA Wood, RJ Alphey, LS
Citation: Dd. Thomas et al., Insect population control using a dominant, repressible, lethal genetic system, SCIENCE, 287(5462), 2000, pp. 2474-2476

Authors: Bruce, MC Donnelly, CA Alpers, MP Galinski, MR Barnwell, JW Walliker, D Day, KP
Citation: Mc. Bruce et al., Cross-species interactions between malaria parasites in humans, SCIENCE, 287(5454), 2000, pp. 845-848

Authors: Howard, SC Omumbo, J Nevill, C Some, ES Donnelly, CA Snow, RW
Citation: Sc. Howard et al., Evidence for a mass community effect of insecticide-treated bednets on theincidence of malaria on the Kenyan coast, T RS TROP M, 94(4), 2000, pp. 357-360

Authors: Howard, SC Donnelly, CA
Citation: Sc. Howard et Ca. Donnelly, The importance of immediate destruction in epidemics of foot and mouth disease, RES VET SCI, 69(2), 2000, pp. 189-196

Authors: Bruce, MC Donnelly, CA Packer, M Lagog, M Gibson, N Narara, A Walliker, D Alpers, MP Day, KP
Citation: Mc. Bruce et al., Age- and species-specific duration of infection in asymptomatic malaria infections in Papua New Guinea, PARASITOL, 121, 2000, pp. 247-256

Authors: Bruce, MC Galinski, MR Barnwell, JW Donnelly, CA Walmsley, M Alpers, MP Walliker, D Day, KP
Citation: Mc. Bruce et al., Genetic diversity and dynamics of Plasmodium falciparum and P-vivax populations in multiply infected children with asymptomatic malaria infections inPapua New Guinea, PARASITOL, 121, 2000, pp. 257-272

Authors: Donnelly, CA
Citation: Ca. Donnelly, Likely size of the French BSE epidemic - Epidemiological analysis helps inevaluating the potential risks of eating French beef., NATURE, 408(6814), 2000, pp. 787-788

Authors: Ghani, AC Ferguson, NM Donnelly, CA Anderson, RM
Citation: Ac. Ghani et al., Predicted vCJD mortality in Great Britain - Modelling the latest data putsa ceiling on the likely number of vCJD cases., NATURE, 406(6796), 2000, pp. 583-584

Authors: Hagenaars, TJ Donnelly, CA Ferguson, NM Anderson, RM
Citation: Tj. Hagenaars et al., The transmission dynamics of the aetiological agent of scrapie in a sheep flock, MATH BIOSCI, 168(2), 2000, pp. 117-135
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