Human Babesiosis

Martinot, Martin; Zadeh, Mahsa Mohseni; De Briel, Dominique; Crisan, Alexandru; Vannier, Edouard; Krause, Peter J.
September 2012
New England Journal of Medicine;9/13/2012, Vol. 367 Issue 11, p1070
Academic Journal
Letters to the editor are presented in response to the article "Human Babesiosis," by E. Vannier et al in the 2012 issue, along with the reply of the authors of the article.


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