Detection of Chlamydia (Bedsonia) in certain infections of man. I. Laboratory procedures: comparison of yolk sac and cell culture for detection and isolation.

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Published in J Infect Dis on October 01, 1969

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F B Gordon, I A Harper, A L Quan, J D Treharne, R S Dwyer, J A Garland

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