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||Ascaris and wormy people
||Hall, Andrew; Anwar, Kazi Selina
||Albendazole as a treatment for infections with Gaiadia
||Hall, Andrew; Nahar, Qamrun; Mohalanabis, Dilip
||A comparasion of repeatedly non-wormy and repeatdly wormy children infected with Ascaris
||Detecting the metabolites of ascaris lumbricoides in urine
||Hall, Andrew; Sack, David
||Development and evaluation of new immunological techniques for the dection of Giardia lamblia in a pilot study of childhood diarrhea in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Islam, Asma; Tomkins, Andrew; Rahman, Mujibur
||Establisment of techniques to identify pathogenic strains of entamoeaba histolytica for use in clinical and epidemiological studies in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Haque, Rashidul; Tzipdri, Saul
||Giardia and persistent diarrhoea in rural Bangladdeshi children: a study of food intake, gut permeability and growth
||Hall, Andrew; Islam, Asma; Tomkins, Andrew
||Importance of astroviruses as agents of acute diarrhoea in Bangladeshi children
||Moe, Christine; Unicomb, Leanne; Allen, Jim; Banu, N. Nahar; Glass, Roger; Hall, Andrew; Islam, M. Moyenul
||The identification and characterisation of strains of giardia intestinalis
||Hall, Andrew; Ciznar, Ivan
||Nutritional aspects of parasitic infection
||Albendazole as a treatment for infections with Giardia duodenalis in children in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Nahar, Quamrun
||Diagnosis of Giardia duodenalis infection in Bangladeshi infants: faecal antigen capture ELISA
||Goldin, Amanda J.; Hall, Andrew; Sarker, Rabindra Nath; Warhurst, David C.; Miles, Michael A.
||Albendazole and infections with Ascaris lumbricoides and Trichuris trichiura in children in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Nahar, Quamrun
||Enzyme polymorphisms in Ascaris lumbricoides in Bangladesh
||Ibrahim, Adrian P.; Conway, David J.; Hall, Andrew; Bundy, Donald A.
||Household aggregation of Strongyloides stercoralis infection in Bangladesh
||Conway, David J.; Hall, Andrew; Anwar, Kazi Salim; Rahman, Md. Lutfar; Bundy, Donald A. P.
||Astrovirus infection in association with acute, persistent and nosocomial diarrhea in Bangladesh
||Unicomb, Leanne E.; Banu, Nurun Nahar; Azim, Tasnim; Islam, Asma; Bardhan, P.K.; Faruque, A.S.G.; Hall, Andrew; Moe, Christine L.; Noel, Jacqueline S.; Monroe, Stephan S.; Albert, M. John; Glass, Roger I.
||Development and evaluation of new immunological techniques for the detection of giardia lambia in a pilot study of childhood diarrhoea in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Islam, Asma; Tomkins, Andrew; Rahaman, Mujibur
||Ascaris lumbricoides: detecting its metabolites in the urine of infected people using gas-liquid chromatography
||Hall, Andrew; Romanova, Tatiana
||Albendazole and infections with Trichuris trichiura and Giardia intestinalis
||Hall, Andrew; Anwar, Kazi Selim
||Intensity of reinfection with Ascaris lumbricoides and its implications for parasite control
||Hall, Andrew; Anwar, Kazi Selim; Tomkins, Andrew M.
||The intensity of infection with ascaris lumbricoidies and the anthropometric status of children in Bangladesh[abstract]
||Strongyloides stercoralis in an urban slum community in Bangladesh: factors independently associated with infection
||Hall, Andrew; Conway, David J.; Anwar, Kazi Selim; Rahman, Md. Lutfar
||Previous enteric adenovirus infection does not protect against subsequent symptomatic infection: longitudinal follow-up of eight infants
||Unicomb, Leanne-E.; Jarecki-Khan, Kerstin; Hall, Andrew; Podder, Goutham
||The distribution of Ascaris lumbricoides in human hosts: a study of 1765 people in Bangladesh
||Hall, Andrew; Anwar, Kazi Selim; Tomkins, Andrew; Rahman, Lutfar