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Multicenter evaluation of the PCR line probe assay for the detection of mutations in the 23S rDNA related to macrolide resistance of Helicobacter pylori



Multicenter evaluation of the PCR line probe assay for the detection of mutations in the 23S rDNA related to macrolide resistance of Helicobacter pylori



Gut 47(Supplement 1): A5, October




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