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30-Oct-2007 Fatal dysentry in rural Bangladesh Mitra, Amal K.; Engleberg, N.C.; Glass, R.I.; Chowdhury, M.K.
Dec-1978 Domestic water use in a village in Bangladesh : I. A methodology and a preliminary analysis of use patterns during the cholera season Briscoe, J.; Ahmed, S.; Chakraborty, M.
1979 Seasonal dimensions of energy protein malnutrition in rural Bangladesh the role of agriculture dietry practices and infection Chen, Lincoln C.; Chowdhury, A.K.M. Alauddin; Huffman, Sandra L.
29-Dec-1992 Role of variuos aquatic flora, fauna and physicochemical conditions of water in maintaining endemicity and seasonality of cholera in Bangladesh Islam, Md. Sirajul; Siddique, A.K.; Albert, M.J.; Huq, A.; Felsenstein, A.; Sack, R.B.; Colwell, R.R.
Jan-1981 Seasonality of fertility in Matlab, Bangladesh Becker, S.
Jun-1981 Seasonal patterns of fertility measures: theory and data Becker, S.
1983 Seasonality of classical and El Tor cholera in Dhaka, Bangladesh: 17-year trends Samadi, A.R.; Chowdhury, M.K.; Huq, M.I.; Khan, M.U.
1991 Distribution of Plesiomonas shigelloides in various components of pond ecosystems in Dhaka, Bangladesh Islam, Md. Sirajul; Alam, Md. Jahangir; Khan, Sirajul Islam
1991 Seasonality of contraceptive acceptance and discontinuation in Matlab, rural Bangladesh Chowdhury, A.I.; Aziz, K.M.A.; Fauveau, Vincent; Islam, M.S.
Dec-1994 Blue greenalgae as a reservoir of vibrio cholerae 01 and its probale role in maintaining endemicity and seasonality of cholera in Bangladesh[conference paper] Islam, M. Sirajul; Drasar, Bohumi S.; Sack, R. Bradley; ALbert, M. John
Feb-1996 Estimating seasonality effects on child mortality in Matlab, Bangladesh Muhuri, P.K.
1972 Seasonal variation in births in rural East Pakistan Stoeckel, John; Choudhury, A.K.M. Alauddin


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