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||Consumption of foods and nutrients by weanlings in rural Bangladesh
||Brown, Kenneth H.; Black, Robert E.; Becker, Stan; Nahar, Shamsun; Sawyer, John
||Relations between socio-economic status and morbidity, food intake and growth in young children two villages in Bangladesh
||Becker, Stan; Black, Robert E.; Brown, Kenneth H.; Nahar, Shamsun
||Class, patriarchy and women's work in Bangladesh
||Cain, Mead; Khanam, Syeda Rokeya; Nahar, Shamsun
||Phenotypic and genotypic changes in Vibrio cholerae O139 Bengal
||Albert, M. John; Bhuiyan, Nurul A.; Talukder, Kaisar A.; Faruque, A. S. G.; Nahar, Shamsun; Faruque, Shah M.; Ansaruzzaman, Mohammed; Rahman, Mahbubur
||Antimicrobial susceptibilities and plasmid contents of Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from commercial sex workers in Dhaka, Bangladesh: emergence of high-level resistance to ciprofloxacin
||Bhuiyan, Bahar Uddin; Rahman, Motiur; Miah, Mohammed Ruhul; Nahar, Shamsun; Islam, Nazrul; Ahmed, Monira; Rahman, Kazi Mashur; Albert, M. John
||Comparison of a modified adherence assay with existing assay methods for identification of enteroaggregative Escherichia coli
||Haider, Khaleda; Faruque, Shah M.; Albert, M. John; Nahar, Shamsun; Neogi, Prodyot K. B.; Hossain, A.
||Association of extracelluar hydrolytic enzymes with virulence in shigella species[abstract]
||Haider, Khaleda; Nahar, Shamsun; Firdausi, Firdausi; Swakat, Ali
||Etiology of sexually transmitted infections among street-based female sex workers in Dhaka, Bangladesh
||Rahman, Motiur; Alam, Ashraful; Nessa, Khairun; Hossain, Anowar; Nahar, Shamsun; Datta, Dilip; Alam, Shahnewaz Khan; Mian, Ruhul Amin; Albert, M. John
||Treatment failure with the use of ciprofloxacin for gonorrhea correlates with the prevalence of fluoroquinolone-resistant Neisseria gonorrhoeae strains in Bangladesh
||Rahman, Motiur; Alam, Ashraful; Nessa, Khairun; Nahar, Shamsun; Dutta, Dilip K.; Yasmin, Lubna; Monira, Shirajum; Sultan, Zafar; Khan, Shahnewaz Alam; Albert, M. John