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Using community-based reporting of vital events to monitor child mortality: Lessons from rural Ghana

, Robert E. Black, Jennifer Bryce, Agbessi Amouzou. Data curation: Benjamin Abuaku, Emily Wilson. 15 / 18 Formal analysis: Stephane Helleringer, Benjamin Abuaku, Andrew Marsh, Agbessi Amouzou. Funding ... acquisition: Jennifer Bryce. Investigation: Benjamin Abuaku. Methodology: Stephane Helleringer, Andrew Marsh, Robert E. Black, Agbessi Amouzou. Project administration: Daniel Arhinful, Michael Humes, Jennifer

Kinetic Characterisation of a Single Chain Antibody against the Hormone Abscisic Acid: Comparison with Its Parental Monoclonal

A single-chain Fv fragment antibody (scFv) specific for the plant hormone abscisic acid (ABA) has been expressed in the bacterium Escherichia coli as a fusion protein. The kinetics of ABA binding have been measured using surface plasmon resonance spectrometry (BIAcore 2000) using surface and solution assays. Care was taken to calculate the concentration of active protein in each...

Can Community Health Workers Report Accurately on Births and Deaths? Results of Field Assessments in Ethiopia, Malawi and Mali

Introduction Most low-income countries lack complete and accurate vital registration systems. As a result, measures of under-five mortality rates rely mostly on household surveys. In collaboration with partners in Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, and Mali, we assessed the completeness and accuracy of reporting of births and deaths by community-based health workers, and the accuracy of...

Simvastatin Sodium Salt and Fluvastatin Interact with Human Gap Junction Gamma-3 Protein

study. Katherine Casey-Green received an EPSRC Small and Medium-sized Enterprise Collaborative Award in Science and Engineering (CASE) Studentship with Tangent Reprofiling Limited. Andrew Marsh and Paul ... Fund (ERDF). This does not alter the authors' adherence to all the PLOS ONE policies on sharing data and materials. Competing Interests: Suzanne J. Dilly, Sweta R. Ladwa, Andrew Marsh and Paul C. Taylor

Using LiST to model potential reduction in under-five mortality in Burkina Faso

Background Under-five mortality remains high in Burkina Faso with significant reductions required to meet Millennium Development Goal 4. The Acceleration for Maternal, Newborn, and Child Health is being implemented to reduce child mortality in the North and Center North regions of Burkina Faso. Methods The Lives Saved Tool was used to determine the percent reduction in child...