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Enabling the genomic revolution in Africa

E. Matovu 1 B. Bucheton 2 J. Chisi 3 J. Enyaru 1 C. Hertz-Fowler 4 M. Koffi 5 A. Macleod 6 D. Mumba 7 I. Sidibe 8 G. Simo 9 M. Simuunza 10 B. Mayosi 11 R. Ramesar 11 N. Mulder 11 S. Ogendo 12 A. Mocumbi 13 C. Hugo-Hamman 14 O. Ogah 15 A. El Sayed 16 C. Mondo 17 J. Musuku 10 M. Engel 11 J. de Vries 11 M. Lesosky 11 G. Shaboodien 11 H. Cordell 18 G. Pare 19 B. Keavney 20 A. Motala 21 E. Sobngwi 22 J. Mbanya 22 B. Hennig 23 N. Balde 24, 25 M. Nyirenda 26 J. Oli 27 C. Adebamowo 28 N. Levitt 11 M. Mayige 29 S. Kapiga 29 P. Kaleebu 30 M. Sandhu 31 L. Smeeth 32 M. Mccarthy 33, 34 C. Rotimi 35, * Alia Benkahla 36 Working Group H3africa Consortium
* Corresponding author
26 MLW - Malawi Liverpool Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Programme
LSTM - Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, University of Liverpool, Wellcome Trust, University of Malawi
30 MRC/UVRI & LSHTM Uganda Research Unit
Medical Research Council, LSHTM - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , MRC - Medical Research Council Unit The Gambia, UVRI - Uganda Virus Research Institute
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E. Matovu, B. Bucheton, J. Chisi, J. Enyaru, C. Hertz-Fowler, et al.. Enabling the genomic revolution in Africa. Science, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 2014, 344 (6190), pp.1346-1348. ⟨10.1126/science.1251546⟩. ⟨pasteur-02024744⟩

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