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|Vaccinating Detained Migrants against SARS-CoV-2 - Preventing Another Tragedy. |
|Vaccination Disparity: Quantifying Racial Inequity in COVID-19 Vaccine Administration in Maryland |
|Vaccination in Chronic Liver Disease: An Update. |
|Vaccination with SARS-CoV-2 variants of concern protects mice from challenge with wild-type virus. |
|Vaccine-related major cutaneous reaction size correlates with cellular-mediated immune responses after tularaemia immunisation |
|Vaccines Against Shigella and Enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli: A summary of the 2018 VASE Conference |
|Vaccines targeting Staphylococcus aureus skin and bloodstream infections require different composition |
|Vacuum-Assisted Incisional Closure Therapy After Groin Reconstruction With Muscle Flap |
|Vaginal Candida spp. genomes from women with vulvovaginal candidiasis |
|Vaginal cytokine profile and microbiota before and after lubricant use compared with condomless vaginal sex: a preliminary observational study |
|The vaginal metabolome and microbiota of cervical HPV-positive and HPV-negative women: a cross-sectional analysis |
|Vaginal microbiota and mucosal pharmacokinetics of tenofovir in healthy women using tenofovir and tenofovir/ levonorgestrel vaginal rings |
|Vaginal microbiota diversity and paucity of Lactobacillus species are associated with persistent hrHPV infection in HIV negative but not in HIV positive women |
|Vaginal microbiota of American Indian women and associations with measures of psychosocial stress. |
|The vaginal microbiota, host defence and reproductive physiology |
|The vaginal mycobiome: A contemporary perspective on fungi in women's health and diseases |
|Vaginal pH measured in vivo: lactobacilli determine pH and lactic acid concentration |
|VALENCIA: a nearest centroid classification method for vaginal microbial communities based on composition |
|Validation and clinical implementation of an accurate Monte Carlo code for pencil beam scanning proton therapy |
|Validation of a CT-based motion model with in-situ fluoroscopy for lung surface deformation estimation |
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