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    • Lucero Álvarez, Yalda; Oyarzún, Amaya; O'Ryan Gallardo, Miguel; Valenzuela, Romina; Farfán Urzúa, Mauricio; Gajardo, Iván; Ossa Alemparte, Juan; Pérez Bravo, Francisco (Frontiers media SA, 2017)
    • George, Sergio; Mamani Manzano, Nora; Lucero Álvarez, Yalda; Torres Torretti, Juan Pablo; Farfán Urzúa, Mauricio; Lagomarcino, Anne J.; Orellana, Andrea; O'Ryan Gallardo, Miguel (Wiley-Blackwell, 2016)
      BackgroundWe previously detected Helicobacter pylori infection by stool antigen ELISA assay in 33-41% of asymptomatic Chilean children between 2-3 years of age, of which 11-20% had a transient infection and 21-22% a ...
    • Lucero Álvarez, Yalda; Oyarzún, Amaya; O'Ryan Gallardo, Miguel; Valenzuela, Romina; Alcalde Ruíz, Elisa; Arce Fricke, Claudio; Farfán Urzúa, Mauricio; Vergara, Alejandra F.; Sandoval Gajardo, Iván Elías; Méndez, Jocelyn; Carrasco, Jorge; Ossa Alemparte, Juan; Pérez Bravo, Francisco; Castro Lebrero, Magdalena; Araya, Magdalena (Frontiers media SA, 2017)
      Background: Mechanisms underlying the high clinical and histological diversity of celiac disease (CD) remain elusive. Helicobacter pylori (Hp) chronically infects gastric and duodenal mucosa and has been associated with ...
    • Lucero Álvarez, Yalda; Lagomarcino, Anne; Espinoza Barrios, Mónica; Kawakami, Nanami; Mamani Manzano, Nora; Huerta, Nicole; Canto Fuentes, Felipe del; Farfán Urzúa, Mauricio; Sawaguchi, Yoshihiro; George, Sergio; O'Ryan Gallardo, Miguel (Elsevier, 2020)
      Objective: To determine the dynamics of norovirus disease, a major cause of acute gastroenteritis (AGE), compared to other relevant etiologies, among families living in a lower middle income area. Study design: Families ...
    • O'Ryan Gallardo, Miguel; Peña, Alfredo; Vergara, Rodrigo; Díaz, Janepsy; Mamani Manzano, Nora; Cortés, Héctor; Lucero Álvarez, Yalda; Vidal Álvarez, Roberto; Osorio Abarzúa, Carlos Gonzalo; Santolaya de Pablo, María Elena; Hermosilla Díaz, Germán; Prado Jiménez, Valeria (Lippincott Williams, 2010)
      Rotavirus and more recently noroviruses are recognized as main causes of moderate to severe acute diarrhea episodes (ADE) in children < or =5 years of age. Comparing epidemiologic and clinical features of norovirus to ...