Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Allos, Ban Mishu , M.D.
Associate Professor of Medicine

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Phone Number: 615-322-2035

Email Address:ban.mishu.allos@vanderbilt.edu

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A-2200 MCN 2585


Publications
Allos, BM, Schaffner, W. Transmission of hepatitis B in the health care setting: the elephant in the room ... or the mouse. J Infect Dis, 195(9), 1245-7, 2007.

Allos, BM, Moore, MR, Griffin, PM, Tauxe, RV. Surveillance for sporadic foodborne disease in the 21st century: the FoodNet perspective. Clin Infect Dis, 38 Suppl 3, S115-20, 2004.

Allos, BM. Campylobacter jejuni Infections: update on emerging issues and trends. Clin Infect Dis, 32(8), 1201-6, 2001.

Allos, BM. Campylobacter jejuni infection as a cause of the Guillain-Barr?? syndrome. Infect Dis Clin North Am, 12(1), 173-84, 1998. PMCID:2640125

Allos, BM, Lippy, FT, Carlsen, A, Washburn, RG, Blaser, MJ. Campylobacter jejuni strains from patients with Guillain-Barr?? syndrome. Emerg Infect Dis, 4(2), 263-8, 1998. PMCID:2640125

Misawa, N, Allos, BM, Blaser, MJ. Differentiation of Campylobacter jejuni serotype O19 strains from non-O19 strains by PCR. J Clin Microbiol, 36(12), 3567-73, 1998. PMCID:105241

Allos, BM. Association between Campylobacter infection and Guillain-Barr?? syndrome. J Infect Dis, 176 Suppl 2, S125-8, 1997. PMCID:2640125

Allos, BM, Genshelmer, KF, Bloch, AB, Parrotte, D, Horan, JM, Lewis, V, Schaffner, W. Management of an outbreak of tuberculosis in a small community. Ann Intern Med, 125(2), 114-7, 1996. PMCID:2640125

Allos, BM, Blaser, MJ. Campylobacter jejuni and the expanding spectrum of related infections. Clin Infect Dis, 20(5), 1092-9; quiz 1100-1, 1995. PMCID:2640125

Allos, BM, Blaser, MJ. Campylobacter jejuni infection and the Guillain-Barre syndrome: mechanisms and implications. Zentralbl Bakteriol, 281(4), 544-8, 1994. PMCID:2640125


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Updated Date
06/28/2012



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