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Zestig jaar H&W: (r)evolutie van de huisarts

: ik kan niet wachten om aan deze - onze - toekomst te beginnen! ▪ Hanneke Borgdorff - 60 ja ar huisarts & wetenschap

The association between ethnicity and vaginal microbiota composition in Amsterdam, the Netherlands

Loeff, Janneke H. H. M. van de Wijgert. Data curation: Hanneke Borgdorff, Catharina J. Alberts, Marieke B. Snijder. Formal analysis: Hanneke Borgdorff, Janneke H. H. M. van de Wijgert. Funding ... acquisition: Maria Prins, Janneke H. H. M. van de Wijgert. Investigation: Hanneke Borgdorff, Charlotte van der Veer, Robin van Houdt, Sylvia M. Bruisten. Methodology: Janneke H. H. M. van de Wijgert

Unique Insights in the Cervicovaginal Lactobacillus iners and L. crispatus Proteomes and Their Associations with Microbiota Dysbiosis

Background A Lactobacillus-dominated cervicovaginal microbiota (VMB) protects women from adverse reproductive health outcomes, but the role of L. iners in the VMB is poorly understood. Our aim was to explore the association between the cervicovaginal L. iners and L. crispatus proteomes and VMB composition. Methods The vaginal proteomes of 50 Rwandan women at high HIV risk, grouped ...

The Vaginal Microbiota: What Have We Learned after a Decade of Molecular Characterization?

We conducted a systematic review of the Medline database (U.S. National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD, U.S.A) to determine if consistent molecular vaginal microbiota (VMB) composition patterns can be discerned after a decade of molecular testing, and to evaluate demographic, behavioral and clinical determinants of VMB compositions. Studies were ...

Correlates of the molecular vaginal microbiota composition of African women

Background Sociodemographic, behavioral and clinical correlates of the vaginal microbiome (VMB) as characterized by molecular methods have not been adequately studied. VMB dominated by bacteria other than lactobacilli may cause inflammation, which may facilitate HIV acquisition and other adverse reproductive health outcomes. Methods We characterized the VMB of women in Kenya, ...

Diabetes and the Course of Febrile Urinary Tract Infection

significantly between both groups and diabetic and nondiabetic patients were treated alike. WILLIZE E. VAN DER STARRE, MD1 HANNEKE BORGDORFF, MD1 ALBERT M. VOLLAARD, MD, PHD1 NATHALIE M. DELFOS, MD2 JAN W. VAN