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First case of bacteremia caused by Moellerella wisconsensis: case report and a review of the literature.

Bibliographic reference Cardentey-Reyes, A. ; Jacobs, F. ; Struelens, M. J. ; Rodriguez-Villalobos, Hector. First case of bacteremia caused by Moellerella wisconsensis: case report and a review of the literature.. In: Infection : journal of infectious disease, Vol. 37, no.6, p. 544-546 (2009)
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