Why a special issue of JIDC on enteric fever?

Autor: Wain John


The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries (JIDC) was started as a vehicle to promote the work of developing country scientists and to enable research in the less affluent regions of the world. This issue of JIDC is focused on enteric fever, a disease seen predominantly in developing countries. The idea came out of discussions through the open forum, the Salmonella network, and at editorial meetings. The hope is that we have put together a collection of state-of-the–art reviews on relevant topics; that is, topics that are relevant to basic research and public health, written by scientists currently working at the top of their field.

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2008-09-21   |   547 visitas   |   Evalua este artículo 0 valoraciones

Vol. 2 Núm.4. Agosto 2008 Pags. 249. J Infect Developing Countries 2008; 2(4)