Metronidazole resistance in Trichomonas vaginalis from highland women in Papua New Guinea
Jacqueline A Upcroft, Linda A Dunn, Tilda Wal, Sepehr Tabrizi, Maria G Delgadillo-Correa, Patricia J Johnson, Suzanne Garland, Peter Siba, Peter Upcroft
Sexual Health | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2009
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We thank all those involved in the collection of isolates used in this study especially Hannah Nivea of the PNGIMR, and all those from the Goroka Base Hospital. We acknowledge Lynette Corbeil of University of California, San Diego for kindly allowing us to use T. vaginalis isolates from her collection in this study. This work was made possible through the contribution and enthusiasm of the PNGIMR. It was supported by a Winston Churchill Memorial Trust Travel Fellowship to J.A.U. and by the Australian Centre for International and Tropical Health and Nutrition. The work carried out in this study was approved by the Medical Research Advisory Committee of Papua New Guinea. We acknowledge support by an NIH U01 Cooperative Research Agreement AI75527.