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Commutability of food microbiology proficiency testing samples

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Bibliographic reference Abdel Massih, Marleen ; Polet, Marie ; Goffaux, Marie-Julie ; Planchon, Viviane ; Dierick, Katelijne ; et. al. Commutability of food microbiology proficiency testing samples. In: Journal of Applied Microbiology, Vol. 116, no.3, p. 612-619 (2013)
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