Prof. Ndinya Ochola Publications
- A decrease in albumin in early HIV type 1 infection predicts subsequent disease progression.
- A nested case-control study of sexual practices and risk factors for prevalent HIV-1 infection among young men in Kisumu, Kenya.
- A pilot study of the feasibility of a vaginal washing cessation intervention among Kenyan female sex workers.
- A prospective study of risk factors for bacterial vaginosis in HIV-1-seronegative African women.
- A prospective study of risk factors for herpes simplex virus type 2 acquisition among high-risk HIV-1 seronegative women in Kenya.
- A prospective study of vaginal trichomoniasis and HIV-1 shedding in women on antiretroviral therapy
- Acceptability of medical male circumcision among uncircumcised men in Kenya one year after the launch of the national male circumcision program.
Adult male circumcision does not reduce the risk of incident Neisseria
gonorrhoeae, Chlamydia trachomatis, or Trichomonas vaginalis infection: results from a randomized, controlled trial in Kenya.
- Adult male circumcision: effects on sexual function and sexual satisfaction in Kisumu, Kenya.
- Anal sex, vaginal practices, and HIV incidence in female sex workers in urban Kenya: implications for the development of intravaginal HIV prevention methods
- Antiretroviral adherence and development of drug resistance are the strongest predictors of genital HIV-1 shedding among women initiating treatment.
- Children who acquire HIV infection perinatally are at higher risk of early death than those acquiring infection through breastmilk: a meta-analysis.
Circumcision and reduced risk of self-reported penile coital injuries: results
from a randomized controlled trial in Kisumu, Kenya.
- Circumcision preference among women and uncircumcised men prior to scale-up of male circumcision for HIV prevention in Kisumu, Kenya
- Dermatophyte infections in primary school children in Kibera slums of Nairobi.
- Determinants of consistent condom use vary by partner type among young men in Kisumu, Kenya: a multi-level data analysis.
- Effect of acquisition and treatment of cervical infections on HIV-1 shedding in women on antiretroviral therapy
- Emergence of quinolone resistance and cephalosporin MIC creep in Neisseria gonorrhoeae isolates from a cohort of young men in Kisumu, Kenya, 2002 to 2009.
- Establishing and sustaining a healthy vaginal environment: analysis of data from a randomized trial of periodic presumptive treatment for vaginal infections
Genital ulceration does not increase HIV-1 shedding in cervical or vaginal
secretions of women taking antiretroviral therapy.
- Herpes simplex virus type 2 antibody detection performance in Kisumu, Kenya, using the Herpeselect ELISA, Kalon ELISA, Western blot and inhibition testing.
Higher pre-infection vitamin E levels are associated with higher mortality in
HIV-1-infected Kenyan women: a prospective study.
HIV-1 evolution in gag and env is highly correlated but exhibits different
relationships with viral load and the immune response\
- Human papillomavirus detection by penile site in young men from Kenya
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