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Isolation of Brucella spp. from clinical specimens






Journal of Clinical Microbiology 20(3): 586-586

Isolation of Brucella spp. from clinical specimens

For recovery of brucellae from clinical specimens, a lysis-concentration procedure was superior to the procedure of Castaneda.AS.

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Accession: 001397689

PMID: 6386870



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