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Fecal Indicator Bacteria along Multiple Environmental Transmission Pathways (Water, Hands, Food, Soil, Flies) and Subsequent Child Diarrhea in Rural Bangladesh (English)

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Enteric pathogens can be transmitted through multiple environmental pathways, yet little is known about the relative contribution of each pathway to diarrhea risk among children. The authors aimed to identify fecal transmission pathways in the household...  See More +

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  • Pickering, Amy J.; Ercumen, Ayse; Arnold, Benjamin Ford; Kwong, Laura H.; Parvez, Sarker Masud; Alam, Mahfuja; Sen, Debashis; Islam, Sharmin; Kullmann, Craig Phillip; Chase, Claire; Ahmed, Rokeya; Unicomb, Leanne; Colford, John M. Jr; Luby, Stephen P.;
  • 2018/06/14 09:13:01
  • Journal Article;
  • 136140
  • 1
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  • Bangladesh
  • South Asia
  • 2019/04/17 09:08:49
  • Disclosed
  • Fecal Indicator Bacteria along Multiple Environmental Transmission Pathways (Water, Hands, Food, Soil, Flies) and Subsequent Child Diarrhea in Rural Bangladesh
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