Items where Author is "Dittrich, Sabine"

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Newton, Paul N. and Keolouangkhot, Valy and Lee, Sue J. and Choumlivong, Khamla and Sisouphone, Siho and Choumlivong, Khamloune and Vongsouvath, Manivanh and Mayxay, Mayfong and Chansamouth, Vilada and Davong, Viengmon and Phommasone, Koukeo and Sirisouk, Joy and Blacksell, Stuart D. and Nawtaisong, Pruksa and Moore, Catrin E. and Castonguay-Vanier, Josée and Dittrich, Sabine and Rattanavong, Sayaphet and Chang, Ko and Darasavath, Chirapha and Rattanavong, Oudayvone and Paris, Daniel H. and Phetsouvanh, Rattanaphone. (2019) A prospective, open-label, randomized trial of doxycycline versus azithromycin for the treatment of uncomplicated murine typhus. Clinical Infectious Diseases, 68 (5). pp. 738-747.

Phuklia, Weerawat and Panyanivong, Phonepasith and Sengdetka, Davanh and Sonthayanon, Piengchan and Newton, Paul N. and Paris, Daniel H. and Day, Nicholas P. J. and Dittrich, Sabine. (2019) Novel high-throughput screening method using quantitative PCR to determine the antimicrobial susceptibility of Orientia tsutsugamushi clinical isolates. The journal of antimicrobial chemotherapy, 74 (1). pp. 74-81.


Fleshman, Amy and Mullins, Kristin and Sahl, Jason and Hepp, Crystal and Nieto, Nathan and Wiggins, Kristin and Hornstra, Heidie and Kelly, Daryl and Chan, Teik-Chye and Phetsouvanh, Rattanaphone and Dittrich, Sabine and Panyanivong, Phonepasith and Paris, Daniel and Newton, Paul and Richards, Allen and Pearson, Talima. (2018) Comparative pan-genomic analyses of Orientia tsutsugamushi reveal an exceptional model of bacterial evolution driving genomic diversity. Microbial genomics, 4 (9). 000199.


Dittrich, Sabine and Tadesse, Birkneh Tilahun and Moussy, Francis and Chua, Arlene and Zorzet, Anna and Tängdén, Thomas and Dolinger, David L. and Page, Anne-Laure and Crump, John A. and D'Acremont, Valerie and Bassat, Quique and Lubell, Yoel and Newton, Paul N. and Heinrich, Norbert and Rodwell, Timothy J. and González, Iveth J.. (2016) Target product profile for a diagnostic assay to differentiate between bacterial and non-bacterial infections and reduce antimicrobial overuse in resource-limited settings: an expert consensus. PLoS ONE, 11 (8). e0161721.

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