Full Name
AHMADOU AHIDJO, BINTOU
 
 
Email
micahma@nus.edu.sg
 
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Publications

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114-Sep-2021Airborne SARS-CoV-2 surveillance in hospital environment using high-flowrate air samplers and its comparison to surface samplingAng, Alicia XY; Luhung, Irvan; Ahidjo, Bintou A ; Drautz-Moses, Daniela; Tambyah, Paul A ; Mok, Chee Keng ; Lau, Kenny JX; Tham, Sai Meng; Chu, Justin Jang Hann ; Allen, David M ; Schuster, Stephan C
211-Jun-2021A blood RNA transcriptome signature for COVID-19Kwan, Philip Kam Weng ; Cross, Gail B ; Naftalin, Claire M; Ahidjo, Bintou A ; Mok, Chee Keng ; Fanusi, Felic ; Permata Sari, Intan; Chia, Siok Ching; Kumar, Shoban Krishna; Alagha, Rawan; Tham, Sai Meng; Archuleta, Sophia ; Sessions, October M ; Hibberd, Martin L; Paton, Nicholas I 
3Apr-2019OC 8711 Early biomarkers of lung inflammation and function in trials of host-directed tuberculosis therapies (TB-HDT)Wallis, Robert; Beattie, Trevor; Likoti, Morongwe; AHMADOU AHIDJO, BINTOU ; Edward, Vinodh; Rassool, Mohammed; Ahmed, Khatija; Ginindza, Sibuse; Fielding, Katherine; Churchyard, Gavin; Vangu, Mboyo
415-May-2016Pirfenidone Exacerbates Granulomatous Inflammation and Disease Progression in TuberculosisBishai, William; AHMADOU AHIDJO, BINTOU ; Maiga, Mamoudou; Maiga, Mariama; Ordonez, Alvaro; Cheung, Laurene; Beck, Sarah; Andrade, Bruno; Klunk, Mariah; Jain, Sanjay
517-May-2019Preliminary Results of an Experimental Medicine Trial of Adjunctive Host-Directed Therapy in Adults with Moderately or Far-Advanced Rifampin-Susceptible Pulmonary TuberculosisWallis, Robert; Ginindza, Sibuse; Beattie, Trevor; Arjun, Nishanee; Likoti, Morongwe; Edward, Vinodh; Rassool, Mohammed; Ahmed, Khatija; Fielding, Katherine; AHMADOU AHIDJO, BINTOU ; Vangu, Mboyo; Churchyard, Gavin
62015Roflumilast, a Type 4 phosphodiesterase inhibitor, shows promising adjunctive, host-directed therapeutic activity in a mouse model of tuberculosisMaiga, M.C; Ahidjo, B.A ; Maiga, M; Bishai, W.R
72011VapC toxins from Mycobacterium tuberculosis are ribonucleases that differentially inhibit growth and are neutralized by cognate vapB antitoxinsAhidjo B.A. ; Kuhnert D.; McKenzie J.L.; Machowski E.E.; Gordhan B.G.; Arcus V.; Abrahams G.L.; Mizrahi V.