Towards optimal regimens of parenteral quinine for young African children with cerebral malaria: the importance of unbound quinine concentration

Winstanley, P., Newton, C., Watkins, W., Mberu, E., Ward, S., Warn, P., Mwangi, I., Waruiru, C., Pasvol, G., Warrell, D.

Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. ; 87 : 201-6

Using microcomputers for rapid data collection in developing countries

Forster, Dayo, Snow, B. O. B.

Health Policy and Planning. ; 7 : 67-71

How useful are verbal autopsies to estimate childhood causes of death?

Snow, B. O. B., Marsh, Kevin

Health Policy and Planning. ; 7 : 22-29

Biochemical mis-identification of Brucella melitensis and subsequent laboratory-acquired infections

Batchelor, B. I., Brindle, R. J., Gilks, G. F., Selkon, J. B.

J Hosp Infect. ; 22 : 159-62

The binding site on ICAM-1 for Plasmodium falciparum-infected erythrocytes overlaps, but is distinct from, the LFA-1-binding site

Berendt, A. R., McDowall, A., Craig, A. G., Bates, P. A., Sternberg, M. J., Marsh, K., Newbold, C. I., Hogg, N.

Cell. ; 68 : 71-81

Geographic diversity of human immunodeficiency virus type 1: serologic reactivity to env epitopes and relationship to neutralization

Cheingsong-Popov, R., Callow, D., Beddows, S., Shaunak, S., Wasi, C., Kaleebu, P., Gilks, C., Petrascu, I. V., Garaev, M. M., Watts, D. M.

J Infect Dis. ; 165 : 256-61

Breast feeding and HIV infection

Gilks, C. F.

BMJ. ; 305 : 1367

Tuberculosis in perspective

Gilks, C. F.

Lancet. ; 339 : 748

The presentation and outcome of HIV-related disease in Nairobi

Gilks, C. F., Otieno, L. S., Brindle, R. J., Newnham, R. S., Lule, G. N., Were, J. B., Simani, P. M., Bhatt, S. M., Okelo, G. B., Waiyaki, P. G.

Q J Med. ; 82 : 25-32