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Yersinia enterocolitica

Stellungnahmen des Arbeitskreises Blut des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit
  • Bekanntmachung des Arbeitskreises Blut des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit
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Zusammenfassung

Der Arbeitskreis Blut des Bundesministeriums für Gesundheit gibt als nationales Beratungsgremium Stellungnahmen zu neuartigen Erregern ab, bewertet neue Erkenntnisse zu bekannten Erregern und erarbeitet entsprechende Empfehlungen für die Fachöffentlichkeit. Diese Serie von Stellungnahmen zu einzelnen Erregern werden als Zusammenfassung des aktuellen Wissensstandes veröffentlicht, speziell unter transfusionsmedizinisch relevanten Aspekten (Bundesgesundhbl. 41,2 (1998), 53). Frühere Beiträge befaßten sich mit der Creutzfeldt-Jakob-Erkrankung, dem Parvovirus B19 und dem GB-Virus Typ C (Hepatitis-G-Virus) (Bundesgesundhbl. 41,2 (1998) 78–90) und HTLV-I/-II, (Bundesgesundhbl. 41, (1998) 512).

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