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Clinical Infectious Diseases : an Official Publication of the Infectious Diseases Society of America
H Seifert, H Wisplinghoff

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Aug 1, 1994·Infection Control and Hospital Epidemiology : the Official Journal of the Society of Hospital Epidemiologists of America·H SeifertG Pulverer
Apr 1, 1996·Clinical Microbiology Reviews·E Bergogne-Bérézin, K J Towner
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Oct 6, 2012·American Journal of Infection Control·Natalie N D'AntonioVictor L Yu
Aug 3, 2012·American Journal of Infection Control·Shantanu RastogiMichael Lazzaro
Jun 1, 2011·American Journal of Infection Control·Emily T MartinDanielle M Zerr
Dec 11, 2007·American Journal of Infection Control·Jane D SiegelHealth Care Infection Control Practices Advisory Committee
Jun 13, 2006·American Journal of Infection Control·Alice N NeelyThomas J Cahill
Dec 20, 2005·International Journal of Antimicrobial Agents·S Y LiuC-H Chiu
Aug 5, 2005·International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health·Lorenzo QuinzioGunter Hempelmann
Jun 24, 2010·American Journal of Infection Control·Claude DussartGilles Grelaud
Mar 3, 2015·American Journal of Infection Control·Rhiannon JonesPeter Young
Dec 18, 2013·Clinical Microbiology and Infection : the Official Publication of the European Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases·E TacconelliEuropean Society of Clinical Microbiology
Mar 26, 2013·PloS One·Daniel N FarrugiaIan T Paulsen

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