Maternal colonization with Streptococcus agalactiae and associated stillbirth and neonatal disease in coastal Kenya.

Seale, AC; Koech, AC; Sheppard, AE; Barsosio, HC; Langat, J; Anyango, E; Mwakio, S; Mwarumba, S; Morpeth, SC; Anampiu, K; +23 more... Vaughan, A; Giess, A; Mogeni, P; Walusuna, L; Mwangudzah, H; Mwanzui, D; Salim, M; Kemp, B; Jones, C; Mturi, N; Tsofa, B; Mumbo, E; Mulewa, D; Bandika, V; Soita, M; Owiti, M; Onzere, N; Walker, AS; Schrag, SJ; Kennedy, SH; Fegan, G; Crook, DW; Berkley, JA; (2016) Maternal colonization with Streptococcus agalactiae and associated stillbirth and neonatal disease in coastal Kenya. Nature microbiology, 1 (7). p. 16067. ISSN 2058-5276 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1038/nmicrobiol.2016.67

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