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Listar por autor "Bern, Caryn"

Listar por autor "Bern, Caryn"

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  • Okamoto, Emi E.; Sherbuk, Jacqueline E.; Clark, Eva H.; Marks, Morgan A.; Gandarilla, Omar; Galdos-Cardenas, Gerson; Vasquez-Villar, Angel; Choi, Jeong; Crawford, Thomas C.; Do, Rose Q.; Fernandez, Antonio B.; Colanzi, Rony; Flores-Franco, Jorge Luis; Gilman, Robert H.; Bern, Caryn (PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2014-10-02)
    Background: Twenty to thirty percent of persons with Trypanosoma cruzi infection eventually develop cardiomyopathy. If an early indicator were to be identified and validated in longitudinal studies, this could enable ...
  • Ferrufino, Lisbeth; Shah, Vishal; Gilman, Robert H.; Ramirez, Margot; Saenza, Eliana; Malaga, Edith; Sanchez, Gerardo; Emi E., Okamoto; Sherbuck, Jacqueline E.; Clark, Eva H.; Galdos-Cardenas, Gerson; Bozo, Ricardo; Flores-Franco, Jorge Luis; Colanzi, Rony; Verastegui, Manuela; Bern, Caryn (2014-08-25)
    Trypanosoma cruzi causes Chagas disease ,which affects an estimated 7 million to 8 million people.Chagas disease is endemic through out Latin America, with the highest prevalence in Bolivia. Conventional diagnosis requires ...
  • Clark, Eva H.; Sherbuk, Jackie; Okamoto, Emi; Jois, Malasa; Galdos-Cardenas, Gerson; Vela-Guerra, Julio; Menacho-Mendez, Gilberto Silvio; Bozo-Gutierrez, Ricardo W.; Fernandez, Antonio B.; Crawford, Thomas C.; Colanzi, Rony; Gilman, Robert H.; Bern, Caryn (Alain Debrabant, US Food and Drug Administration, United States of America, 2014-06-05)
    Morbidity and mortality from Chagas cardiomyopathy have declined over the last three decades because of disruption of domestic vector-borne transmission, improved Trypanosoma cruzi infection treatment programs, and increasing ...
  • Kaplinski, Michelle; Jois, Malasa; Galdos-Cardenas, Gerson; Rendell, Victoria R.; Shah, Vishal; Do, Rose Q.; Marcus, Rachel; Burroughs Pena, Melissa S.; Abastoflor, Maria del Carmen; LaFuente, Carlos; Bozo, Ricardo; Valencia, Edward; Verastegui, Manuela; Colanzi, Rony; Gilman, Robert H.; Bern, Caryn (Oxford University Press on behalf of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, 2015-06-02)
  • Rendell, Victoria R.; Gilman, Robert H.; Valencia, Edward; Galdos-Cardenas, Gerson; Verastegui, Manuela; Sanchez, Leny; Acosta, Janet; Sanchez, Gerardo; Ferrufino, Lisbeth; LaFuente, Carlos; Abastoflor, Maria del Carmen; Colanzi, Rony; Bern, Caryn (2015-01-14)
    Congenital transmission is a major source of new Trypanosoma cruzi infections, and as vector and blood bank control continue to improve, the proportion due to congenital infection will grow. A major unanswered question is ...