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R. K. Wanyenze, Nawavvu, C., Namale, A. S., Mayanja, B., Bunnell, R., Abang, B., Amanyire, G., Sewankambo, N. K., and Kamya, M. R., Acceptability of routine HIV counselling and testing, and HIV seroprevalence in Ugandan hospitals., Bulletin of the World Health Organization, vol. 86, no. 4, pp. 302-9, 2008.
D. D. DiLiberto, Staedke, S. G., Nankya, F., Maiteki-Sebuguzi, C., Taaka, L., Nayiga, S., Kamya, M. R., Haaland, A., and Chandler, C. I. R., Behind the scenes of the PRIME intervention: designing a complex intervention to improve malaria care at public health centres in Uganda., Glob Health Action, vol. 8, p. 29067, 2015.
J. Wanyama, Castelnuovo, B., Wandera, B., Mwebaze, P., Kambugu, A., Bangsberg, D. R., and Kamya, M. R., Belief in divine healing can be a barrier to antiretroviral therapy adherence in Uganda, AIDS, vol. 21, no. 11, pp. 1486 - 1487, 2007.
M. J. Boyle, Jagannathan, P., Farrington, L. A., Eccles-James, I., Wamala, S., McIntyre, T. I., Vance, H. M., Bowen, K., Nankya, F., Auma, A., Nalubega, M., Sikyomu, E., Naluwu, K., Rek, J., Katureebe, A., Bigira, V., Kapisi, J., Tappero, J., Muhindo, M. K., Greenhouse, B., Arinaitwe, E., Dorsey, G., Kamya, M. R., and Feeney, M. E., Decline of FoxP3+ Regulatory CD4 T Cells in Peripheral Blood of Children Heavily Exposed to Malaria., PLoS Pathog, vol. 11, no. 7, p. e1005041, 2015.
M. J. Boyle, Jagannathan, P., Bowen, K., McIntyre, T. I., Vance, H. M., Farrington, L. A., Greenhouse, B., Nankya, F., Rek, J., Katureebe, A., Arinaitwe, E., Dorsey, G., Kamya, M. R., and Feeney, M. E., Effector Phenotype of Plasmodium falciparum-Specific CD4+ T Cells Is Influenced by Both Age and Transmission Intensity in Naturally Exposed Populations., J Infect Dis, vol. 212, no. 3, pp. 416-25, 2015.
D. Cohan, Natureeba, P., Koss, C. A., Plenty, A., Luwedde, F., Mwesigwa, J., Ades, V., Charlebois, E. D., Gandhi, M., Clark, T. D., Nzarubara, B., Achan, J., Ruel, T., Kamya, M. R., and Havlir, D. V., Efficacy and safety of lopinavir/ritonavir versus efavirenz-based antiretroviral therapy in HIV-infected pregnant Ugandan women., AIDS, vol. 29, no. 2, pp. 183-91, 2015.
F. Lutwama, Serwadda, R., Mayanja-Kizza, H., Shihab, H. M., Ronald, A., Kamya, M. R., Thomas, D., Johnson, E., Quinn, T. C., Moore, R. D., and Spacek, L. A., Evaluation of Dynabeads and Cytospheres compared with flow cytometry to enumerate CD4+ T cells in HIV-infected Ugandans on antiretroviral therapy., Journal of acquired immune deficiency syndromes (1999), vol. 48, no. 3, pp. 297-303, 2008.
G. Chamie, Wandera, B., Marquez, C., Kato-Maeda, M., Kamya, M. R., Havlir, D. V., and Charlebois, E. D., Identifying locations of recent TB transmission in rural Uganda: a multidisciplinary approach., Trop Med Int Health, vol. 20, no. 4, pp. 537-45, 2015.
R. K. Wanyenze, Kamya, M. R., Fatch, R., Mayanja-Kizza, H., Baveewo, S., Sawires, S., Bangsberg, D. R., Coates, T., and Hahn, J. A., Missed Opportunities for HIV Testing and Late-Stage Diagnosis among HIV-Infected Patients in Uganda, PLoS ONE, vol. 6, no. 7, p. e21794, 2011.