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Authors: Joloba, ML Windau, A Bajaksouzian, S Appelbaum, PC Hausdorff, WP Jacobs, MR
Citation: Ml. Joloba et al., Pneumococcal conjugate vaccine serotypes of Streptococcus pneumoniae isolates and the antimicrobial susceptibility of such isolates in children with otitis media, CLIN INF D, 33(9), 2001, pp. 1489-1494

Authors: Hausdorff, WP Siber, G Paradiso, PR
Citation: Wp. Hausdorff et al., Geographical differences for pneumococcal disease - Reply, LANCET, 358(9279), 2001, pp. 419-420

Authors: Hausdorff, WP Siber, G Paradiso, PR
Citation: Wp. Hausdorff et al., Geographical differences in invasive pneumococcal disease rates and serotype frequency in young children, LANCET, 357(9260), 2001, pp. 950-952

Authors: Hausdorff, WP Bryant, J Paradiso, PR Siber, GR
Citation: Wp. Hausdorff et al., Which pneumococcal serogroups cause the most invasive disease: Implications for conjugate vaccine formulation and use, part I, CLIN INF D, 30(1), 2000, pp. 100-121

Authors: Hausdorff, WP Bryant, J Kloek, C Paradiso, PR Siber, GR
Citation: Wp. Hausdorff et al., The contribution of specific pneumococcal serogroups to different disease manifestations: Implications for conjugate vaccine formulation and use, part II, CLIN INF D, 30(1), 2000, pp. 122-140

Authors: Linhares, AC Lanata, CF Hausdorff, WP Gabbay, YB Black, RE
Citation: Ac. Linhares et al., Reappraisal of the Peruvian and Brazilian lower titer tetravalent rhesus-human reassortant rotavirus vaccine efficacy trials: analysis by severity ofdiarrhea, PEDIAT INF, 18(11), 1999, pp. 1001-1006
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