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    • Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Dengue Haemorrhagic Fever Epidemics, Nakhon Pathom Province, Thailand, 1997-2001 

      Muttitanon, Wutjanun; Kongthong, Pongpan; Kongkanon, Chusak; Yoksan, Sutee; Nitatpattana, Narong; Gonzalez, Jean Paul; Barbazan, Philippe (‎2004-12)‎
    • WHO's efforts for the development of a dengue vaccine. 

      Yoksan, Sutee (‎2008-12)‎
      Background: Dengue fever and dengue haemorrhagic fever (‎DF/DHF)‎ are caused by dengue (‎DENV)‎viruses. There are four antigenically related, but distinct, DENV serotypes (‎DENV-1 through DENV-4)‎.Humans are the amplifying vertebrate hosts and Aedes mosquitoes are the primary mosquito vectors aswell as the reservoir of infection.DENV infections cause a spectrum of diseases, ranging from asymptomatic infections to infections complicated by haemorrhage, shock and death. Infection with DENV of one serotype results in apparentlife-long monotypic immunity ...