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Concept Vagina
Academic Article Bacterial vaginosis, not HIV, is primarily responsible for increased vaginal concentrations of proinflammatory cytokines.
Academic Article Sexual function in women on estradiol or venlafaxine for hot flushes: a randomized controlled trial.
Academic Article Changes in vaginal bacterial concentrations with intravaginal metronidazole therapy for bacterial vaginosis as assessed by quantitative PCR.
Academic Article Vagina dialogues.
Academic Article Effect of sexual debut on vaginal microbiota in a cohort of young women.
Academic Article Comparison of oral and vaginal metronidazole for treatment of bacterial vaginosis in pregnancy: impact on fastidious bacteria.
Academic Article Long-term effect of depot medroxyprogesterone acetate on vaginal microbiota, epithelial thickness and HIV target cells.
Academic Article Colonization of the upper genital tract by vaginal bacterial species in nonpregnant women.
Grant Novel mechanisms of pathogenesis in idiopathic vaginitis
Academic Article Vaginal microbiota and genitourinary menopausal symptoms: a cross-sectional analysis.
Academic Article Seeing the light: the need for randomized trials of vaginal laser in postmenopausal women.
Academic Article Associations between improvement in genitourinary symptoms of menopause and changes in the vaginal ecosystem.
Academic Article Cervicovaginal Microbiota and Reproductive Health: The Virtue of Simplicity.
Academic Article Generalized Hotelling's test for paired compositional data with application to human microbiome studies.
Academic Article The Interplay of Host Immunity, Environment and the Risk of Bacterial Vaginosis and Associated Reproductive Health Outcomes.
Academic Article Vaginal Microbiota and Mucosal Immune Markers in Women With Vulvovaginal Discomfort.
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Funded by the NIH National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences through its Clinical and Translational Science Awards Program, grant number UL1TR002541.