IBBM   21076
INSTITUTO DE BIOTECNOLOGIA Y BIOLOGIA MOLECULAR
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
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Título:
USING A DETERMINISTIC MATHEMATICAL MODEL TO EVALUATE THE IMPACT OF ALTERNATIVE VACCINATION STRATEGIES ON PERTUSSIS INCIDENCE
Autor/es:
BERGERO P; PESCO P; FABRICIUS, G; HOZBOR D
Lugar:
Buenos Aires
Reunión:
Simposio; 11 th Internation Bordetella Symposium; 2016
Resumen:
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