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comparison of Clauberg"s and Löffler"s media in the laboratory diagnosis of C. Diphtheriae.

J. F. Murray

comparison of Clauberg"s and Löffler"s media in the laboratory diagnosis of C. Diphtheriae.

by J. F. Murray

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Published by Cape Times in Cape Town .
Written in English


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From the South African Medical Journal, v. 13.

Other titlesSouth African Medical Journal.
The Physical Object
Pagination3 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL20331590M

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