The Current status of antimicrobial resistance surveillance in Europe : report of a WHO workshop held in collaboration with the Italian Associazione Culturale Microbiologia Medica, Verona, Italy, 12 December 1997
World Health Organization. Division of Emerging and Communicable Diseases Surveillance and Control. (1998). The Current status of antimicrobial resistance surveillance in Europe : report of a WHO workshop held in collaboration with the Italian Associazione Culturale Microbiologia Medica, Verona, Italy, 12 December 1997. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/63906
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