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- 2020. Combining host-derived biomarkers with patient characteristics improves signature performance in predicting tuberculosis treatment outcomes. Communications Biology. 1-10.
- 2017. Novel transcriptional signatures for sputum-independent diagnostics of tuberculosis in children. Scientific Reports. 1-9.
- 2016. BLR1 and FCGR1A transcripts in peripheral blood associate with the extent of intrathoracic tuberculosis in children and predict treatment outcome. Scientific Reports. 1-11.
- 2016. Approaching a diagnostic point-of-care test for pediatric tuberculosis through evaluation of immune biomarkers across the clinical disease spectrum. Scientific Reports.
- 2016. Added Value of IP-10 as a Read-Out of Mycobacterium tuberculosis - Specific Immunity in Young Children. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal.
- 2014. TB Trials Study Group: Concordant or discordant results by the tuberculin skin test and the quantiFERON-TB test in children reflect immune biomarker profiles. Genes and Immunity. 265-274.
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- 2014. Concordant or discordant results by the tuberculin skin test and the quantiFERON-TB test in children reflect immune biomarker profiles. Genes and Immunity. 265-274.
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- 2016. Recent progress in host transcriptome profiling paves the way for a future point-of-care test for pediatric TB. Clinical Laboratory International.
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