March 2009
Journal of Infectious Diseases;3/15/2009, Vol. 199 Issue 6, p917
Academic Journal
Correction notice
Corrections to articles including the editorial by L. A. Jackson on the use of surveillance to evaluate influenza vaccine effectiveness that was published in the January 15, 2009 issue and the brief report by C. Vuong, S. Kocianova and J. Yu on the development of real-time in vivo imaging of Staphylococcus epidermis infection in mice that was published in the July 15, 2008 issue are presented.


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