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Tracking the spread of carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae (CRE) through clinical cultures alone underestimates the spread of CRE even more than anticipated

  • Bruce Y. Lee (a1) (a2), Sarah M. Bartsch (a1) (a2), Kim F. Wong (a3), Diane S. Kim (a4), Chenghua Cao (a4), Leslie E. Mueller (a1) (a2), Gabrielle M. Gussin (a4), James A. McKinnell (a5) (a6), Loren G. Miller (a5) and Susan S. Huang (a4) (a7)...

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Author for correspondence: Bruce Y. Lee, Email: brucelee@jhu.edu

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