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The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013

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Voldstedlund, M, Haarh, M, Mølbak, K, MiBa Board of Representatives, Andersen, CØ & Lundgren, B 2014, 'The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013' Eurosurveillance (Online Edition), vol. 19, no. 1.

APA

Voldstedlund, M., Haarh, M., Mølbak, K., MiBa Board of Representatives, Andersen, C. Ø., & Lundgren, B. (2014). The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013. Eurosurveillance (Online Edition), 19(1).

CBE

Voldstedlund M, Haarh M, Mølbak K, MiBa Board of Representatives, Andersen CØ, Lundgren B. 2014. The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013. Eurosurveillance (Online Edition). 19(1).

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Vancouver

Voldstedlund M, Haarh M, Mølbak K, MiBa Board of Representatives, Andersen CØ, Lundgren B. The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013. Eurosurveillance (Online Edition). 2014;19(1).

Author

Voldstedlund, M ; Haarh, M ; Mølbak, K ; MiBa Board of Representatives ; Andersen, Christian Østergaard ; Lundgren, Bettina. / The Danish Microbiology Database (MiBa) 2010 to 2013. In: Eurosurveillance (Online Edition). 2014 ; Vol. 19, No. 1.

Bibtex

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RIS

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AU - Mølbak, K

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AU - Andersen, Christian Østergaard

AU - Lundgren, Bettina

PY - 2014

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KW - Databases, Factual

KW - Denmark

KW - Disease Notification

KW - Humans

KW - Information Dissemination

KW - Medical Records Systems, Computerized

KW - Microbiology

KW - Population Surveillance

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VL - 19

JO - Eurosurveillance

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SN - 1560-7917

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