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Studies on the classification of acid-fast bacteria. 3. On the drug resistance of acid-fast bacteria against several anti-tuberculous agents



Studies on the classification of acid-fast bacteria. 3. On the drug resistance of acid-fast bacteria against several anti-tuberculous agents



Kekkaku 30(5): 220




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