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studies of GGD (135) which were not included in the Bolder project

with reason for exclusion.

194756231-7-2009Two decades of hepatitis B infections among drug users in Amsterdam: are they still a high-risk group?
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200500201-12-2005Changes in risk behavior and dynamics of hepatitis C virus infections among young drug users in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
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200500211-11-2005Low-level CD4+ T cell activation is associated with low susceptibility to HIV-1 infection.
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200500171-11-2005Monitoring cause-specific adult mortality in developing countries: a comparison of data sources for Addis Ababa and its implications for policy and research.
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200500191-10-2005Competition of pathogen strains leading to infection with variable infectivity and the effect of treatment.
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2005001819-9-2005Do HIV disease progression and HAART response vary among injecting drug users in Europe?
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200500141-9-2005Low CD4 T cell counts before HIV-1 seroconversion do not affect disease progression in Ethiopian factory workers.
reason:not in cohort
200500161-8-2005Real-time polymerase chain reaction to diagnose lymphogranuloma venereum (letter to the Edtior)
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200500101-7-2005New lymphogranuloma venereum Chlamydia trachomatis variant, Amsterdam.
reason:not in cohort
2005000928-5-2005Resistance of gonococci in the Netherlands; results of a survey of medical microbiology laboratories
Title DutchResistentie van gonokokken in Nederland; resultaten van een enquête bij medisch-microbiologische laboratoria
reason:not in cohort
200500089-4-2005Prophylaxis and follow-up after possible exposure to HIV, hepatitis B virus, and hepatitis C virus outside hospital: evaluation of policy 2000-3.
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200500074-3-2005Sex and the course of HIV infection in the pre- and highly active antiretroviral therapy eras.
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200500121-3-2005Impact of pregnancy and menopause on CD4 cell counts.
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200500051-2-2005Increase of sexually transmitted infections, but not HIV, among young homosexual men in Amsterdam: are STIs still reliable markers for HIV transmission?
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200500011-2-2005Molecular epidemiology of hepatitis A in Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands.
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200500061-2-2005Occupational exposure to bloodborne viruses in the Amsterdam police force, 2000-2003.
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2005001319-11-2004Response to 'GB virus C during the natural course of HIV-1 infection:viremia at diagnosis does not predict mortality' by Bjorkman et al.
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2004000124-9-2004Perceived viral load, but not actual HIV-1-RNA load, is associated with sexual risk behaviour among HIV-infected homosexual men.
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200400061-9-2004Declining AIDS mortality in Amsterdam: contributions of declining HIV incidence and effective therapy.
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2004000820-8-2004Differences in HIV RNA levels before the initiation of antiretroviral therapy among 1864 individuals with known HIV-1 seroconversion dates.
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