A Streptococcus pneumoniae lineage usually associated with pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) serotypes is the most common cause of serotype 35B invasive disease in South Africa, following routine use of PCV.

Ndlangisa, Kedibone M; du Plessis, Mignon; Lo, Stephanie; de Gouveia, Linda; Chaguza, Chrispin; Antonio, Martin; Kwambana-Adams, Brenda; Cornick, Jennifer; Everett, Dean B; Dagan, Ron; +32 more... Hawkins, Paulina A; Beall, Bernard; Corso, Alejandra; Grassi Almeida, Samanta Cristine; Ochoa, Theresa J; Obaro, Stephen; Shakoor, Sadia; Donkor, Eric S; Gladstone, Rebecca A; Ho, Pak Leung; Paragi, Metka; Doiphode, Sanjay; Srifuengfung, Somporn; Ford, Rebecca; Moïsi, Jennifer; Saha, Samir K; Bigogo, Godfrey; Sigauque, Betuel; Eser, Özgen Köseoglu; Elmdaghri, Naima; Titov, Leonid; Turner, Paul; Kumar, KL Ravi; Kandasamy, Rama; Egorova, Ekaterina; IP, Margaret; Breiman, Robert F; Klugman, Keith P; McGee, Lesley; Bentley, Stephen D; von Gottberg, Anne; The Global Pneumococcal Sequencing Consortium; (2022) A Streptococcus pneumoniae lineage usually associated with pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV) serotypes is the most common cause of serotype 35B invasive disease in South Africa, following routine use of PCV. Microbial genomics, 8 (4). ISSN 2057-5858 DOI: https://doi.org/10.1099/mgen.0.000746

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Faculty and Department MRC Gambia > GM-Vaccinology Theme
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