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    In a post hoc analysis of samples from an intrapartum azithromycin randomized clinical trial, we found that children whose mothers had been treated with the drug had higher prevalence of macrolide-resistance genes msr(A) and ermC at 28 days but not at 12 months. The 2 genes were positively associated in the nasopharynx. NCT1800942. © The Author(s) 2020. Published by Oxford University Press for the Infectious Diseases Society of America.

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    Abdoulie Bojang, Sarah L Baines, Bully Camara, Romain Guerillot, Liam Donovan, Raquel Sánchez Marqués, Ousman Secka, Umberto D'Alessandro, Christian Bottomley, Benjamin P Howden, Anna Roca. Impact of Intrapartum Oral Azithromycin on the Acquired Macrolide Resistome of Infants' Nasopharynx: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Clinical infectious diseases : an official publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. 2020 Dec 15;71(12):3222-3225

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    PMID: 32445474

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