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Fluorescent antibody techniques with mycobacteria iii investigation of 5 serologically homogeneous groups of mycobacteria mycobacterium tuberculosis mycobacterium kansasii mycobacterium phlei mycobacterium marium balnei runyon group iii



Fluorescent antibody techniques with mycobacteria iii investigation of 5 serologically homogeneous groups of mycobacteria mycobacterium tuberculosis mycobacterium kansasii mycobacterium phlei mycobacterium marium balnei runyon group iii



Zentralblatt fuer Bakteriologie Parasitenkunde Infektionskrankheiten und Hygiene Abteilung I Originale 207(1): 58-62




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