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Emergence of Campylobacter fetus bacteraemias in the last decade, France

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Zayet, S., Gendrin, V., Vuillemenot, JB. et al. Emergence of Campylobacter fetus bacteraemias in the last decade, France. Infection (2024). https://doi.org/10.1007/s15010-024-02205-0

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