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Manish Chandra Choudhary,Ekta Gupta,Shvetank Sharma,Nadeem Hasnain,Pragya Agarwala
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3Dengue research: a bibliometric analysis of worldwide and Arab publications during 1872–2015
Sa’ed H. Zyoud
Virology Journal.2016;13(1)e0006618
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4An epidemiological study of dengue and its coinfections in Delhi
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International Journal of Infectious Diseases.2018;74(1)41
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5WITHDRAWN: Circulation of dengue virus serotypes in hyperendemic region of New Delhi, India during 2011-2017
Arshi Islam,Mohd Abdullah,Ayesha Tazeen,Irshad H. Naqvi,Syed Naqui Kazim,Anwar Ahmed,Salman Freeh Alamery,Ajamaluddin Malik,Shama Parveen
Sustainable Cities and Society.2020;74(1)102560
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6Potential of medicinal plants to treat dengue
Dulanjalee Neelawala,Sanjaya Rajapakse,Wikum Widuranga Kumbukgolla
International Journal of One Health.2019;74(1)86
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7Circulation of dengue virus serotypes in hyperendemic region of New Delhi, India during 2011–2017
Arshi Islam,Mohd. Abdullah,Ayesha Tazeen,Irshad H. Naqvi,Syed Naqui Kazim,Anwar Ahmed,Salman Freeh Alamery,Ajamaluddin Malik,Shama Parveen
Journal of Infection and Public Health.2020;13(12)1912
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8Circulation of single serotype of Dengue Virus (DENV-3) in New Delhi, India during 2016: A change in the epidemiological trend
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Journal of Infection and Public Health.2019;12(1)49
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9Global dengue death before and after the new World Health Organization 2009 case classification: A systematic review and meta-regression analysis
Gary Kim-Kuan Low,Simon A. Ogston,Mun-Hin Yong,Seng-Chiew Gan,Hui-Yee Chee
Acta Tropica.2018;182(1)237
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10Circulating Genotypes of Dengue-1 Virus in South West India, 2014–2015
Shetty Pooja,Sasidharanpillai Sabeena,Bhaskar Revti,Ramachandran Sanjay,Aithal Anjali,Kumar Rajendra,Sushama Aswathyraj,Dsouza Giselle,Maity Hindol,Govindakarnavar Arunkumar
Japanese Journal of Infectious Diseases.2017;70(6)663
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11Cost Burden of Dengue Fever in a Rural Ramanagara District of Karnataka State
Naveen Kumar,AC Shyam,Vidya LNU
The Journal of Medical Sciences.2016;2(4)59
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12Dengue fever among Israeli expatriates in Delhi, 2015: implications for dengue incidence in Delhi, India
Ami Neuberger,Avigail Turgeman,Yaniv Lustig,Eli Schwartz
Journal of Travel Medicine.2016;23(3)taw003
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13CLINICO-EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDY OF DENGUE CASES ADMITTED IN TERTIARY CARE HOSPITAL: RECORD BASED STUDY
Jayashree Naik D,Swapnil Jain R,Sandeep Babar,Sachin Sharma,Madhuri Mathurkar P,Vishwanath G R,Sandesh Kamble V,Vivek Patil
Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences.2016;5(29)1488
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14A STUDY ON SEROPREVALENCE OF DENGUE IGM ANTIBODY IN SUSPECTED CASE OF DENGUE FEVER IN AND AROUND JAMNAGAR, GUJARAT (INDIA)
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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare.2017;4(94)5883
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15Differentiating secondary from primary dengue using IgG to IgM ratio in early dengue: an observational hospital based clinico-serological study from North India
Khalid Hamid Changal,Ab Hameed Raina,Adnan Raina,Manzoor Raina,Rehana Bashir,Muzamil Latief,Tanveer Mir,Qayum Hamid Changal
BMC Infectious Diseases.2016;16(1)5883
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