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Chlamydial isolates from the rectum in association with chlamydial infection of the eye or genital tract part 1 laboratory aspects



Chlamydial isolates from the rectum in association with chlamydial infection of the eye or genital tract part 1 laboratory aspects



Nichols, Roger L (Ed ) Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, No 223 Trachoma And Related Disorders Caused By Chlamydial Agents Symposium Xiii+586p Illus Excerpta Medica: Amsterdam, The Netherlands 501-506




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