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Low adiposity during early infancy is associated with a low risk for developing dengue hemorrhagic fever: a preliminary model

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14032016204752
Author(s)
D Libraty, L Zhang, M Woda, V Tallo, E Mercado, J Brion, R Z. Capeding
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PloS One. February 2014; Vol. 9 ( 2 ) : p. 1-5 (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue virus (DENV) infections range from asymptomatic or mild illness to a severe and potentially life threatening disease, dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF). DHF occurs in primary DENV infections during early infancy. A prospective clinical study of DENV infections during infancy was conducted in San . . .
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RITM
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Challenges and future perspective for dengue vector control in the Western Pacific Region

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14032009115711
Author(s)
Moh S. Chang, Eva Maria Christophel, Deyer Gopinath, Rashid Abdur
Source Document
Western Pac Surveill Response J. April 2011; Vol. 2 ( 2 ) : p. 9-16 (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue remains a significant public health issue in the Western Pacific Region. In the absence of a vaccine, vector control is the mainstay for dengue prevention and control. In this paper we describe vector surveillance and vector control in the Western Pacific countries and areas. Vector surveill . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Identification of genetic variation among dengue virus DEN-4 isolates with heteroduplex analysis

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14012909372849
Author(s)
Y Haijun, M Fang
Source Document
Dengue Bulletin. 2002; Vol. 26 (Journal)
Abstract
Heteroduplex Analysis (HA) was applied for the identification of genetic variation among five DEN-4 isolates. A 398 bp fragment from NS2a-NS2b region was amplified by reverse transcription/polymerase chain reaction (RT/PCR), and the products were first analysed by HA with different strain as referen . . .
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Climate change and incidence of dengue fever (DF) and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte, Philippines

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14012908115646
Author(s)
Aubrey Valora S. Dulay, Jing R. Bautista, Franco G. Teves
Source Document
International Research Journal of Biological Sciences. July 2013; Vol. 2 ( 7 ) : p. 37-41 (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue has been and is still a serious public health problem in Iligan City, Lanao del Norte. The increase of the number of dengue cases has been attributed to climate change; however, contradicting reports show uncertain relationships between dengue and climatic factors. This study showed the relat . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Genetic and phenotypic characterization of sylvatic dengue virus type 4 strains

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14012714181230
Author(s)
S Rossi, F Nasar, J Cardosa, S Mayer
Source Document
Virology. February 2002; Vol. 423 ( 1 ) : p. 58-67 (Journal)
Abstract
Four serotypes of dengue virus (DENV 1-4) currently circulate between humans and domestic/ peridomestic Aedes mosquitoes, resulting in 100 million infections per year. All four serotypes emerged, independently, from sylvatic progenitors transmitted among non-human primates by arboreal Aedes mosquito . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Prophylactic platelets in dengue: survey responses highlight lack of an evidence base

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14012707513497
Author(s)
James Whitehorn, Rosemari R. Roche, Wilmar V. Guzman, Leonard Nainggolan, Ida Laksono, Lucy Lum, Ajay Mishra, Abul Faiz
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Public Library of Science Neglected Tropical Diseases. 2012; Vol. 6 ( 6 ) (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue is the most important arboviral infection of humans. Thrombocytopenia is frequently observed in the course of infection and haemorrhage may occur in severe disease. The degree of thrombocytopenia correlates with the severity of infection, and may contribute to the risk of haemorrhage. As a re . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Molecular evolution of dengue viruses: contributions of phylogenetics to understanding the history and epidemiology of the preeminent arboviral disease

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14012707383173
Author(s)
SC Weaver, N Vasilakis
Source Document
Infection, Genetics and Evolution. July 2009; Vol. 9 ( 4 ) : p. 523-540 (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue viruses (DENV) are the most important arboviral pathogens in tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world, putting at risk of infection nearly a third of the global human population. Evidence from the historical record suggests a long association between these viruses and humans. The . . .
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Philippine Council for Health Research and Development Library
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Dengue and other common causes of acute febrile illness in Asia: an active surveillance study in children

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-14011707441615
Author(s)
MR Capeding, MN Chua, SR Hadinegoro, I Hussain, R Nallusamy
Source Document
Public Library of Science Neglected Tropical Diseases. July 2013; Vol. 7 ( 7 ) (Journal)
Abstract
Background: Common causes of acute febrile illness in tropical countries have similar symptoms, which often mimic those of dengue. Accurate clinical diagnosis can be difficult without laboratory confirmation and disease burden is generally under-reported. Accurate, population-based, laboratory-confi . . .
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Viral hemorrhagic fevers

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-13121808140533
Author(s)
M Kremers
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Journal of Philippine Medical Associations. May 1966 (Journal)
Abstract
A short history has been given to viral hemorrhagic fevers and they have been briefly characterized. These are focally distrubuted throughout the world. Some affect children, others adults. They are either mosquito or tick borne or are closely associated with wild rodents. Because the mosquito borne . . .
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Potential anti-dengue medicinal plants: a review

HERDIN Record No.
NCR-RITM-13120509232545
Author(s)
S Kadir, H Yaakob
Source Document
Journal of Natural Medicines. April 2013; Vol. 67 : p. 677–689 (Journal)
Abstract
Dengue fever causes mortality and morbidity around the world, specifically in the Tropics and subtropic regions, which has been of major concern to governments and the World Health Organization (WHO). As a consequence, the search for new anti-dengue agents from medicinal plants has assumed more urge . . .
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