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    • Contributions of mast cells and vasoactive products, leukotrienes and chymase, to dengue virus-induced vascular leakage. 

      St John, AL; Rathore, AP; Raghavan, B; Ng, ML; Abraham, SN (Elife, 2013-04-30)
      Dengue Virus (DENV), a flavivirus spread by mosquito vectors, can cause vascular leakage and hemorrhaging. However, the processes that underlie increased vascular permeability and pathological plasma leakage during viral ...
    • Etiology of severe non-malaria febrile illness in Northern Tanzania: a prospective cohort study. 

      Bartlett, John A; Crump, John Andrew; Galloway, RL; Kinabo, GD; Maro, Venance P; Massung, RF; Morrissey, AB; ... (12 authors) (PLoS Negl Trop Dis, 2013)
      INTRODUCTION: The syndrome of fever is a commonly presenting complaint among persons seeking healthcare in low-resource areas, yet the public health community has not approached fever in a comprehensive manner. In many areas, ...
    • Five questions about viruses and microRNAs. 

      Cullen, BR (PLoS Pathog, 2010-02-26)
    • Low frequency of paleoviral infiltration across the avian phylogeny. 

      Cui, J; Gilbert, M Thomas P; Holmes, EC; Huang, Z; Jarvis, Erich David; Walker, PJ; Zhang, G; ... (8 authors) (Genome Biol, 2014)
      BACKGROUND: Mammalian genomes commonly harbor endogenous viral elements. Due to a lack of comparable genome-scale sequence data, far less is known about endogenous viral elements in avian species, even though their small ...
    • Rates of coalescence for common epidemiological models at equilibrium. 

      Koelle, K; Rasmussen, DA (J R Soc Interface, 2012-05-07)
      Coalescent theory provides a mathematical framework for quantitatively interpreting gene genealogies. With the increased availability of molecular sequence data, disease ecologists now regularly apply this body of theory ...
    • Viral phylodynamics. 

      Volz, EM; Koelle, K; Bedford, T (PLoS Comput Biol, 2013)
      Viral phylodynamics is defined as the study of how epidemiological, immunological, and evolutionary processes act and potentially interact to shape viralphylogenies. Since the coining of the term in 2004, research on viral ...