Advances in techniques of testing mycobacterial drug sensitivity, and the use of sensitivity tests in tuberculosis control programmes
Canetti, G., Fox, Wallace, Khomenko, A., Mahler, H. T., Menon, N. K. et al. (1969). Advances in techniques of testing mycobacterial drug sensitivity, and the use of sensitivity tests in tuberculosis control programmes. Bulletin of the World Health Organization, 41 (1), 21 - 43. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/262218
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