Same meat, different gravy: ignore the new names of mycobacteria.
Tortoli, Enrico; Brown-Elliott, Barbara A; Chalmers, James D; Cirillo, Daniela M; Daley, Charles L; Emler, Stefan; Floto, R Andres; Garcia, Maria J; Hoefsloot, Wouter; Koh, Won-Jung; Lange, Christoph; Loebinger, Michael; Maurer, Florian P; Morimoto, Kozo; Niemann, Stefan; Richter, Elvira; Turenne, Christine Y; Vasireddy, Ravikiran; Vasireddy, Sruthi; Wagner, Dirk; Wallace, Richard J; Wengenack, Nancy; van Ingen, Jakko.
Eur Respir J
; 54(1)2019 Jul.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31296783
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