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1-Oct-2012Bacterial gene loss as a mechanism for gain of antimicrobial resistanceM. E. Török; N. Chantratita; S. J. Peacock; University of Cambridge; Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust; Addenbrooke's Hospital; Mahidol University
1-Jun-2020Longitudinal profiling of plasma cytokines in melioidosis and their association with mortality: a prospective cohort studyT. Kaewarpai; P. Ekchariyawat; R. Phunpang; S. W. Wright; A. Dulsuk; B. Moonmueangsan; C. Morakot; E. Thiansukhon; N. P.J. Day; G. Lertmemongkolchai; T. E. West; N. Chantratita; Udon Thani Center Hospital; University of Oxford; Khon Kaen University; University of Washington, Seattle; Mahidol University; Harborview Medical Center; Mukdahan Hospital
1-Nov-2014Role of burkholderia pseudomallei biofilm formation and lipopolysaccharide in relapse of melioidosisD. Limmathurotsakul; A. Paeyao; S. Wongratanacheewin; N. Saiprom; N. Takpho; J. Thaipadungpanit; N. Chantratita; V. Wuthiekanun; N. P.J. Day; S. J. Peacock; Mahidol University; Khon Kaen University; Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine; University of Cambridge
1-Jan-2014Screen of whole blood responses to flagellin identifies TLR5 variation associated with outcome in melioidosisN. Chantratita; S. Tandhavanant; N. D. Myers; W. Chierakul; J. D. Robertson; W. Mahavanakul; P. Singhasivanon; M. J. Emond; S. J. Peacock; T. E. West; Mahidol University; University of Washington, Seattle; Sappasitthiprasong Hospital; University of Cambridge
21-Jul-2011Toll-like receptor 4 region genetic variants are associated with susceptibility to melioidosisT. E. West; W. Chierakul; N. Chantratita; D. Limmathurotsakul; V. Wuthiekanun; M. J. Emond; T. R. Hawn; S. J. Peacock; S. J. Skerrett; Harborview Medical Center; University of Washington, Seattle; Mahidol University; University of Cambridge