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Moving from Q fever to C. burnetii infection

  • C. ELDIN (a1) and D. RAOULT (a1)
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*Author for correspondence: D. Raoult (Email: Didier.raoult@gmail.com)

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Moving from Q fever to C. burnetii infection

  • C. ELDIN (a1) and D. RAOULT (a1)

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