Flasche S, et al.
The potential for reducing the number of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine doses while sustaining herd immunity in high-income countries. PLoS Medicine
2015; 12(6): e1001839.
Sá-Leão R, et al.
High rates of transmission of and colonization by Streptococcus pneumoniae and haemophilus influenzae within a day care center revealed in a longitudinal study. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
2008; 46(1): 225–234.
Bogaert D, de Groot R, Hermans P.
Streptococcus pneumoniae colonisation: the key to pneumococcal disease. The Lancet Infectious Diseases
2004; 4(3): 144–154.
Lipsitch M, et al.
Estimating rates of carriage acquisition and clearance and competitive ability for pneumococcal serotypes in Kenya with a Markov transition model. Epidemiology
2012; 23(4): 510.
Scott JR, et al.
Impact of more than a decade of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine use on carriage and invasive potential in Native American communities. Journal of Infectious Diseases
2012; 205(2): 280–288.
Mosser JF, et al.
Nasopharyngeal carriage and transmission of Streptococcus pneumoniae in American Indian households after a decade of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine use. PLoS ONE
2014; 9(1): e79578.
Millar EV, et al.
Nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae in Navajo and White Mountain Apache children before the introduction of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine. The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal
2009; 28(8): 711–716.
Millar EV, et al.
Pre-and post-conjugate vaccine epidemiology of pneumococcal serotype 6c invasive disease and carriage within Navajo and White Mountain Apache communities. Clinical Infectious Diseases
2010; 51(11): 1258–1265.
Melnick N, Thompson TA, Beall BW. Serotype-specific typing antisera for pneumococcal serogroup 6 serotypes 6a, 6b, and 6c. Journal of Clinical Microbiology
2010; 48(6): 2311–2312.
Hill PC, et al.
Nasopharyngeal carriage of Streptococcus pneumoniae in Gambian infants: a longitudinal study. Clinical Infectious Diseases
2008; 46(6): 807–814.
Turner P, et al.
A longitudinal study of Streptococcus pneumoniae carriage in a cohort of infants and their mothers on the Thailand-Myanmar border. PLoS ONE
2012; 7(5): e38271.
Ben-Shimol S, et al.
Pneumococcal nasopharyngeal carriage in children! 5 years of age visiting the pediatric emergency room in relation to pcv7 and pcv13 introduction in southern Israel. Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics
2016; 12(2): 268–276.
O'Brien KL, et al.
Predictors of pneumococcal conjugate vaccine immunogenicity among infants and toddlers in an American Indian pncrm7 efficacy trial. Journal of Infectious Diseases
2007; 196(1): 104–114.
Mossong J, et al.
Social contacts and mixing patterns relevant to the spread of infectious diseases. PLoS Medicine
2008; 5(3): e74.
Darboe MK, et al.
The dynamics of nasopharyngeal Streptococcus pneumoniae carriage among rural Gambian mother-infant pairs. BMC Infectious Diseases
2010; 10(1): 1.
Gratten M, et al.
Colonisation of haemophilus influenzae and Streptococcus pneumoniae in the upper respiratory tract of neonates in Papua New Guinea: primary acquisition, duration of carriage, and relationship to carriage in mothers. Neonatology
1986; 50(2): 114–120.
Shiri T, et al.
Dynamics of pneumococcal transmission in vaccine-naive children and their HIV-infected or HIV-uninfected mothers during the first 2 years of life. American Journal of Epidemiology
2013; 178(11): 1629–1637.
Weinberger DM, et al.
Association between respiratory syncytial virus activity and pneumococcal disease in infants: a time series analysis of us hospitalization data. PLoS Medicine
2015; 12(1), e1001776.
Hébert-Dufresne L, Althouse BM. Complex dynamics of synergistic coinfections on realistically clustered networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
2015; 112(33): 10551–10556.
Black FL. Measles endemicity in insular populations: critical community size and its evolutionary implication. Journal of Theoretical Biology
1966; 11(2): 207–211.
Althouse BM, Scarpino SV. Asymptomatic transmission and the resurgence of Bordetella pertussis
. BMC Medicine
2015; 13(1): 146.
Kiti MC, et al.
Quantifying age-related rates of social contact using diaries in a rural coastal population of Kenya. PLoS ONE
2014; 9(8): e104786.
Grijalva CG, et al.
A household-based study of contact networks relevant for the spread of infectious diseases in the highlands of Peru. PLoS ONE
2015; 10(3): e0118457.
Béraud G, et al.
The French connection: the first large population-based contact survey in France relevant for the spread of infectious diseases. PLoS ONE
2015; 10(7): e0133203.
Abdullahi O, et al.
Rates of acquisition and clearance of pneumococcal serotypes in the nasopharynges of children in Kilifi district, Kenya. Journal of Infectious Diseases
2012; 206(7): 1020–1029.
Tigoi CC, et al.
Rates of acquisition of pneumococcal colonization and transmission probabilities, by serotype, among newborn infants in Kilifi district, Kenya. Clinical Infectious Diseases
2012; 55(2): 180–188.