Yderligere læsning for interesserede

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    (2)   Benn CS, Fisker AB, Napirna BM, Roth A, Diness BR, Lausch KR et al. Vitamin A supplementation and BCG vaccination at birth in low birthweight neonates: two by two factorial randomised controlled trial. BMJ 2010;340:c1101.

    (3)   Roth AE, Benn CS, Ravn H, Rodrigues A, Lisse IM, Yazdanbakhsh M et al. Effect of revaccination with BCG in early childhood on mortality: randomised trial in Guinea-Bissau. BMJ 2010;340:c671.

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    (7)   Roth A, Sodemann M, Jensen H, Poulsen A, Gustafson P, Weise C et al. Tuberculin reaction, BCG scar, and lower female mortality. Epidemiology 2006 September;17(5):562-8.

     (8)  Aaby P, Shaheen SO, Heyes CB, Goudiaby A, Hall AJ, Shiell AW et al. Early BCG vaccination and reduction in atopy in Guinea-Bissau. Clin Exp Allergy 2000 May;30(5):644-50.

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  (12)   Dilli D, Bostanci I, Dallar Y. Do different vaccination regimens for BCG and hepatitis B affect the development of allergic disorders in early childhood? J Asthma 2008 March;45(2):155-9.

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  (17)   Omar MT, Ahmed SH, Sarkis NN. A study of the association between delayed type hypersensitivity reaction to mycobacterium tuberculosis and atopy in asthmatic children. J Egypt Public Health Assoc 2005;80(3-4):463-74.

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