Select NTD publications involving NTD-SC staff or funding are included below.
3D images as a field grader training tool for trachomatous trichiasis: A diagnostic accuracy study in Ethiopia
Hoffman JJ, Habtamu E, Rono H, Tadesse Z, Wondie T, et al.
Geary TG, Mackenzie CD, Silber SA
Macrofilaricidal efficacy of single and repeated oral and subcutaneous doses of flubendazole in Litomosoides sigmodontis infected jirds
Hübner MP, Ehrens A, Koschel M, Dubben B, Lenz F, et al.
Serological and PCR-based markers of ocular Chlamydia trachomatis transmission in northern Ghana after elimination of trachoma as a public health problem
Senyonjo LG, Debrah O, Martin DL, Asante-Poku A, Migchelsen SJ, et al.
Repeated doses of Praziquantel in Schistosomiasis Treatment (RePST) – single versus multiple praziquantel treatments in school-aged children in Côte d’Ivoire: a study protocol for an open-label, randomised controlled trial
P. T. Hoekstra, M. Casacuberta Partal, A. S. Amoah, L. van Lieshout, P. L. A. M. Corstjens, S. Tsonaka, R. K. Assaré, K. D. Silué, A. Meité, E. K. N’Goran, Y. K. N’Gbesso, M. Roestenberg, S. Knopp, J. Utzinger, J. T. Coulibaly and G. J. van Dam
Identification and characterization of Loa loa antigens responsible for cross-reactivity with rapid diagnostic tests for lymphatic filariasis
Hertz MI, Nana-Djeunga H, Kamgno J, Jelil Njouendou A, Chawa Chunda V, et al.
The role of case proximity in transmission of visceral leishmaniasis in a highly endemic village in Bangladesh
Lloyd A. C. Chapman et al.
Identifying residual transmission of lymphatic filariasis after mass drug administration: Comparing school-based versus community-based surveillance - American Samoa, 2016
Meru Sheel, Sarah Sheridan, Katherine Gass, Kimberly Won, Saipale Fuimaono, Martyn Kirk, Amor Gonzales, Shannon M. Hedtke, Patricia M. Graves and Colleen L. Lau
Integrating use of point-of-care circulating cathodic antigen rapid diagnostic tests by community health workers during mass drug administration campaigns to improve uptake of praziquantel treatment among the adult population at Kome Island. . .
Humphrey D. Mazigo, John H. Amuasi, Isaac Osei and Safari M. Kinung’hi
Charles Mackenzie, Martin Kollmann, Sabine Specht and Yao Sodhalon