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Tuberkulose og molekylaerbiologi

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  1. Perspektiver på recidiverende respiratorisk papillomatose og humant papillomvirus-vaccination

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  2. Balanced translocation in a patient with abortus habitualis and normal karyotype

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  3. Gentagne diploid biparental molae

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  4. Lukning af forreste tredjedel af sinus sagittalis superior hos en patient med to blyanter i hjernen

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  5. Fatal kakeksi ved mitokondriel neurogastrointestinal encefalomyopati.

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  1. A Systematic Review on the Effect of HIV Infection on the Pharmacokinetics of First-Line Tuberculosis Drugs

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  2. Patterns of cerebral tissue oxygen tension and cytoplasmic redox state in bacterial meningitis

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  3. Serum creatinine and estimated glomerular filtration rates in HIV positive and negative adults in Ethiopia

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  4. Mycobacterium brisbanense lung infection facilitated by steroid induced adrenal insufficiency

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Mycobacterium tuberculosis, the causative agent of tuberculosis (TB) hunting millions worldwide, is a challenge to work with in the laboratory. Modern molecular biology has provided extremely useful tools which have changed conventional diagnostic procedures in the TB laboratories. Research in molecular epidemiology is currently expanding our knowledge of the natural history of TB. Access to the genome sequence has opened new avenues for research in drug development and new vaccines. However, we are still awaiting the impact of these efforts in the resource-poor TB endemic countries.

Translated title of the contributionTuberculosis and molecular biology
Original languageDanish
JournalUgeskrift for Laeger
Volume165
Issue number9
Pages (from-to)920-2
Number of pages3
ISSN0041-5782
Publication statusPublished - 24 Feb 2003

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