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Mycobacterial Diseases

Mycobacterial Diseases
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Mycobacterial Diseases : Citations & Metrics Report

Articles published in Mycobacterial Diseases have been cited by esteemed scholars and scientists all around the world.

Following are the list of articles that have cited the articles published in Mycobacterial Diseases.

Important citations

mehra s, alvarez x, didier pj, doyle la, blanchard jl, et al. (2013)  granuloma correlates of protection against tuberculosis and mechanisms of immune modulation by mycobacterium tuberculosis. journal of infectious diseases 207: 1115-1127.

mehra s, foreman tw, didier pj, ahsan mh, hudock ta, et al. (2015) the dosr regulon modulates adaptive immunity and is essential for mycobacterium tuberculosis persistence. american journal of respiratory and critical care medicine 191:1185-1196.

feng m, ding q, zhong c, li j, wang q, et al. (2016) adjunctive therapy with v-5 immunitor (v5) for the treatment of tuberculosis patients: a meta-analysis. die pharmazie-an international journal of pharmaceutical sciences 71: 499-503.

efremenko yv, butov da, prihoda nd, zaitzeva si, yurchenko lv, et al. (2013) randomized, placebo-controlled phase ii trial of heat-killed mycobacterium vaccae (longcom batch) formulated as an oral pill (v7). human vaccines & immunotherapeutics 9:1852-1856.

velayati aa, rahideh s, nezhad zd, farnia p, mirsaeidi m (2015) nontuberculous mycobacteria in middle east: current situation and future challenges. international journal of mycobacteriology 4: 7-17.

velayati aa, farnia p, mozafari m, mirsaeidi m (2015) nontuberculous mycobacteria isolation from clinical and environmental samples in iran: twenty years of surveillance. biomed research international.

bishwakarma r, kinney wh, honda jr, mya j, strand mj, et al.  (2015) epidemiologic link between tuberculosis and cigarette/biomass smoke exposure: limitations despite the vast literature. respirology 20: 556-568.

van zyl-smit rn, allwood b, stickells d, symons g, abdool-gaffar s, et al. (2013) south african tobacco smoking cessation clinical practice guideline. samj: south african medical journal 103: 869-876.

alfonseca-silva e, hernández-pando r, gutiérrez-pabello ja (2016) mycobacterium bovis-infected macrophages from resistant and susceptible cattle exhibited a differential pro-inflammatory gene expression profile depending on strain virulence. veterinary immunology and immunopathology 176: 34-43.

blanco fc, bianco mv, garbaccio s, meikle v, gravisaco mj, et al. (2013) mycobacterium bovis δmce2 double deletion mutant protects cattle against challenge with virulent m. bovis. tuberculosis 93: 363-372.

ðâ—ð¾ñâ€ð¸ð½ð° ðâÂœðâÂœ, ðâšñâƒð»ñâÂŒñâ‡ð°ð²ðµð½ñ⏠ðâ•ðâÂ’, ð¥ð¾ð»ñâ‚ð¾ð±ð¸ð½ ðâ”ð⟠(2016) ðâŸð ðâðâÂ’ðâžðâÂ’ð«ðâ• ðâžð¡ðâðâžðâÂ’ð« ðâŸð ðâžðâÂ’ðâ•ðâ”ðâ•ðâðâ˜ð¯ bcg-ð¢ðâ•ð ðâðâŸðâ˜ð☠ðâ”ðâ›ð¯ ðâ›ðâ•ð§ðâ•ðâðâ˜ð¯ ð ðâðâšð␠ðâÂœðâžð§ðâ•ðâÂ’ðâžðâ“ðâž ðâŸð£ðâ—ð«ð ð¯ ðâÂ’ ð£ð¡ðâ›ðâžðâÂ’ðâ˜ð¯ð¥ ðâÂœð£ðâðâ˜ð¦ðâ˜ðâŸðâðâ›ð¬ðâð«ð¥ ðâŸðâžðâ›ðâ˜ðâšðâ›ðâ˜ðâðâ˜ðâš. ð¢ñâƒð±ðµñâ€ðºñâƒð»ðµð· ð¸ ð±ð¾ð»ðµð·ð½ð¸ ð»ðµð³ðºð¸ñâÂ… 94: 55-61.

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kulchavenya e.urogenital tuberculosis as a part of extrapulmonary tuberculosis: epidemiology and some aspects of diagnosis and therapy.

kulchavenya e (2014) urogenital tuberculosis: epidemiology, diagnosis, therapy. cham/heidelberg/new york/dordrecht/london: springer.

kulchavenya e (2013) best practice in the diagnosis and management of urogenital tuberculosis. therapeutic advances in urology 5:143-151.

katkuri m. a mini review: ethical usage of animals in pharmacological research.

manina g, mckinney jd (2013) a single-cell perspective on non-growing but metabolically active (ngma) bacteria. inpathogenesis of mycobacterium tuberculosis and its interaction with the host organism. springer berlin heidelberg 135-161.

manina g, dhar n, mckinney jd (2015) stress and host immunity amplify mycobacterium tuberculosis phenotypic heterogeneity and induce nongrowing metabolically active forms. cell host & microbe17: 32-46.

tilahun g, gebre-selassie s. treatment outcomes of childhood tuberculosis in addis ababa: a five-year retrospective analysis. bmc public health. 16: 612.

amgain k, paudel dp, paneru dp, dhital m, amgain g (2013) gender difference on case detection of pulmonary tuberculosis among the suspected cases attending in jutpani primary health centre of chitwan, nepal. saarc journal of tuberculosis, lung diseases and hiv/aids. 10: 7-12.

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