Vaccination against hepatitis A virus may not be required for schoolchildren in northern India : results of a seroepidemiological survey / Yogesh Batra ... [et al.]
Other TitlesRésultats d' une enquête séro-épidémiologique sur l' utilité de la vaccination anti-hépatique A des écoliers dans le nord de l' Inde : résumé
La vacunacíon contra la hepatitis A, tal vez innecesaria entre los escolares del norte de la India : bresultados de una encuesta seroepidemiológica : resumen
Batra, Yogesh, Bhatkal, Bharati, Ojha, Bandana, Kaur, Kuldeep, Saraya, Anoop. et al. (2002). Vaccination against hepatitis A virus may not be required for schoolchildren in northern India : results of a seroepidemiological survey / Yogesh Batra ... [et al.]. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/71353
Bulletin of the World Health Organization : the International Journal of Public Health 2002 ; 80(9) : 728-731
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Vaccination against hepatitis A virus may not be required for schoolchildren in northern India: results of a seroepidemiological survey. Batra, Yogesh; Bhatkal, Bharati; Ojha, Bandana; Kaur, Kuldeep; Saraya, Anoop; Panda, Subrat Kumar; Acharya, Subrat Kumar (2002)
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