Central Data Catalog

Citations

1 Bejon, P., T. N. Williams, A. Liljander, A. M. Noor, J. Wambua, E. Ogada, A. Olotu, F. H. Osier, S. I. Hay, A. Farnert, and K. Marsh. "Stable and unstable malaria hotspots in longitudinal cohort studies in Kenya." (2010).
2 Nyakeriga, A. M., T. N. Williams, K. Marsh, S. Wambua, H. Perlmann, P. Perlmann, A. Grandien, and M. Troye-Blomberg. "Cytokine mRNA expression and iron status in children living in a malaria endemic area." (2005).
3 Olotu, A., G. Fegan, J. Wambua, G. Nyangweso, E. Ogada, C. Drakeley, K. Marsh, and P. Bejon. "Estimating individual exposure to malaria using local prevalence of malaria infection in the field." (2012).
4 Olotu, A., G. Fegan, T. N. Williams, P. Sasi, E. Ogada, E. Bauni, J. Wambua, K. Marsh, S. Borrmann, and P. Bejon. "Defining clinical malaria: the specificity and incidence of endpoints from active and passive surveillance of children in rural Kenya." (2010).
5 Wambua, S., J. Mwacharo, S. Uyoga, A. Macharia, and T. Williams. "Co-inheritance of alpha+-thalassaemia and sickle trait results in specific effects on haematological parameters." (2006).
6 Wambua, S., T. Mwangi, M. Kortok, S. Uyoga, A. Macharia, J. Mwacharo, D. J. Weatherall, R. Snow, K. Marsh, and T. Williams. "The Effect of alpha(+)-Thalassaemia on the Incidence of Malaria and Other Diseases in Children Living on the Coast of Kenya." (2006).
7 Williams, T., T. Mwangi, D. J. Roberts, N. Alexander, D. J. Weatherall, S. Wambua, M. Kortok, R. Snow, and K. Marsh. "An immune basis for malaria protection by the sickle cell trait." (2005).
8 Williams, T., T. Mwangi, S. Wambua, N. Alexander, M. Kortok, R. Snow, and K. Marsh. "Sickle cell trait and the risk of Plasmodium falciparum malaria and other childhood diseases." (2005).
9 Williams, T., T. Mwangi, S. Wambua, T. Peto, D. J. Weatherall, S. Gupta, M. Recker, B. S. Penman, S. Uyoga, A. Macharia, J. Mwacharo, R. Snow, and K. Marsh. "Negative epistasis between the malaria-protective effects of alpha(+)-thalassemia and the sickle cell trait." (2005).
10 Williams, T., S. Wambua, S. Uyoga, A. Macharia, J. Mwacharo, C. R. Newton, and K. Maitland. "Both heterozygous and homozygous alpha+ thalassemias protect against severe and fatal Plasmodium falciparum malaria on the coast of Kenya." (2005).