NMRCD

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NMRCDNaval Medical Research Center Detachment
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All respiratory swab samples from patients with FARI symptoms were then tested for pandemic H1N1 influenza by rRT-PCR and viral isolation at NMRCD after the ship had returned to Peru on July 17.
Efforts are underway in Colombia where scientists from the NMRCD, in collaboration with Rothamsted Research (Harpenden, Hertfordshire, UK) (20) are evaluating the efficacy of these pheromones as baits in a variety of commercial traps placed in jungle encampments in the Colombian Amazon.
[3] CITI desarrollo una presentacion del Programa durante un simposio auspiciado por NMRCD, la Universidad de Washington y el Instituto Nacional de Salud de los Estados Unidos, el que se llevo a cabo en las ciudades de Lima y Arequipa (Peru) durante mayo de 2007.
The study protocol was approved by the Naval Medical Research Center Institutional Review Board (Protocol NMRCD.2000.0006) in compliance with all applicable federal regulations governing the protection of human subjects.
In 2000, the Naval Medical Research Center Detachment (NMRCD) and the Ministry of Health of Peru established a passive surveillance study to determine arboviral causes of febrile illness (protocol NMRCD.2000.0006).
Patients with acute, undifferentiated, febrile illness were recruited into a clinic-based surveillance study conducted jointly by the US Naval Medical Research Center Detachment (NMRCD) and the Peruvian and Ecuadorian Institutes of Health (Figure 1).
Ghersi, Emerging Infections Program, US NMRCD Unit 3800 APO AA 34031, USA; email: bruno.ghersi@med.navy.mil
The study protocol was approved by the Naval Medical Research Center Institutional Review Board (Protocol NMRCD.2000.0006, Department of Defense 31535), in compliance with all federal regulations governing the protection of human patients; the protocol also was reviewed by the Peruvian Ministry of Health.
847705.82000.25GB.B0016.The study protocol "Surveillance and Etiology of Acute Febrile Illnesses in Peru" was approved by the Naval Medical Research Center Detachment Institutional Review Board (Protocol NMRCD.2000.0006) in compliance with all applicable federal regulations governing the protection of human subjects.
NMRCD.2000.0006 DoD 31535) in compliance with all Federal regulations governing the protection of human subjects.
Naval Medical Research Center Detachment, Lima, Peru (NMRCD).