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Clinical and economic impact of an antibiotics stewardship programme in a regional hospital in Hong KongNg, CK; Wu, TC; Chan, WMJ; Leung, YSW; Pli, CK; Tsang, DNC; Leung, GM2008122
 
Identification of novel porcine and bovine parvoviruses closely related to human parvovirus 4Lau, SKP; Woo, PCY; Tse, H; Fu, CTY; Au, WK; Chen, XC; Tsoi, HW; Tsang, THF; Chan, JSY; Tsang, DNC; Li, KSM; Tse, CWS; Ng, TK; Tsang, OTY; Zheng, BJ; Tam, S; Chan, KH; Zhou, B; Yuen, KY2008292
 
MP1 homologue-based multilocus sequence system for typing the pathogenic fungus Penicillium marneffei: A novel approach using lineage-specific genesWoo, PCY; Lau, CCY; Chong, KTK; Tse, H; Tsang, DNC; Lee, RA; Tse, CWS; Que, TL; Chung, LMW; Ngan, AHY; Hui, WT; Wong, SSY; Lau, SKP; Yuen, KY2007164
 
Virological diagnosis of SARSPeiris, JSM; Tsang, DNC; Lim, WWL2005132
 
Fluoroquinolone and other antimicriobial resistance in invasive pneumococci, Hong Kong, 1995-2001Ho, PL; Que, TL; Chiu, SS; Yung, RWH; Ng, TK; Tsang, DNC; Seto, WH; Lau, YL200463
 
Coronavirus as a possible cause of severe acute respiratory syndromePeiris, JSM; Lai, ST; Poon, LLM; Guan, Y; Yam, LYC; Lim, W; Nicholls, J; Yee, WKS; Yan, WW; Cheung, MT; Cheng, VCC; Chan, KH; Tsang, DNC; Yung, RWH; Ng, TK; Yuen, KY2003181
 
Epidemiologic analysis of invasive and noninvasive group A streptococcal isolates in Hong KongHo, PL; Johnson, DR; Yue, AWY; Tsang, DNC; Que, TL; Beall, B; Kaplan, EL2003189
 
Increasing resistance of Streptococcus pneumoniae to fluoroquinolones: Results of a Hong Kong multicentre study in 2000Ho, PL; Yung, RWH; Tsang, DNC; Que, TL; Ho, M; Seto, WH; Ng, TK; Yam, WC; Ng, WWS2001118
 
Target site modifications and efflux phenotype in clinical isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae from Hong Kong with reduced susceptibility to fluoroquinolonesHo, PL; Yam, WC; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Seto, WH; Ng, TK; Ng, WS2001153
 
Fluoroquinolone resistance among Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong Kong linked to the Spanish 23F cloneHo, PL; Yam, WC; Cheung, TKM; Ng, WWS; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Seto, WH2001116
 
Proceedings of The First Current Topic in Infectious Diseases: Consensus Meeting on Conjugate Vaccines of the Center of Infection, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Hong KongChiu, DCS; Chiu, SSS; Chow, CB; Ho, PL; Lau, YL; Leung, CW; Tsang, DNC; Tsang, KWT; Tsang, THF; Wong, SSY; Yang, YH; Yuen, KY2001139
 
Rapid rise of fluoroquinolone resistance among Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong Kong linked to acquisition of fluoroquinolone resistance by the locally dominant Spanish 23F cloneHo, PL; Yam, WC; Cheung, KM; Ng, WWS; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Seto, WH200199
 
Vaccine coverage of recent isolates of drug-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong Kong.Ho, PL; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Seto, WH200088
 
Comparison of screening methods for detection of extended-spectrum β- lactamases and their prevalence among Escherichia coli and Klebsiella species in Hong KongHo, PL; Tsang, DNC; Que, TL; Ho, M; Yuen, KY200056
 
Characterization of Streptococcus pyogenes in Hong KongHo, PL; Tsang, DNC; Johnson, DR; Tang, WM; Que, TL; Ng, TK; Kaplan, EL2000147
 
Bacteremia due to Staphylococcus aureus with reduced susceptibility to vancomycinWong, SSY; Ng, TK; Yam, WC; Tsang, DNC; Woo, PCY; Fung, SKS; Yuen, KY2000109
 
Characterization of fluoroquinolone-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong Kong. (In E-98, Program and abstract)Ho, PL; Yam, WC; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Seto, WH199987
 
Characterization of fluoroquinolone-resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong KongHo, PL; Yam, WC; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Seto, WH1999106
 
Emergence of fluoroquinolone resistance among multiply resistant strains of Streptococcus pneumoniae in Hong KongHo, PL; Que, TL; Tsang, DNC; Ng, TK; Chow, KH; Seto, WH1999205
 
Characterization of Streptococcus pyogenes in Hong KongHo, PL; Tsang, DNC; Johnson, D; Tang, WM; Que, TL; Ng, TK; Kaplan, EL199975
 
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