Tuberculosis: clinical

December 2005
Thorax;Dec2005 Supplement 2, Vol. 60, pii18
Academic Journal
The article presents abstracts related to medical research on tuberculosis. They include "Phase I/II Clinical of MVA85A in Individuals With Latent Tuberculosis: The First Subunit TB Vaccine in Clinical Trial," by C.R. Sander, A. Pathan, F. Gleeson, R.J.O. Davies, G. Pasvol, J. VanWijgerden, A.V.S. Hill, and H. McShane, "Prospective Study of Paradoxical Reactions in Tuberculosis Patients," by R.A.M. Breen, W. Holmes, F.Perrin, G. Bhatt, I. Cropley, M.A. Johnson and M.C.I. Lipman, and "MIRU-VNTR Fingerprinting of M tuberculosis Isolates From East Lancashire: 2001-05," by L.P. Ormerod, P. Maynard, I. Hafeez, D. Sails, and S. Barrett.


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