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Disinfectant testing against human norovirus surrogates—What infection preventionists need to know

  • James S. Clayton (a1), Hannah K. Bolinger (a1) and Lee-Ann Jaykus (a2)
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Author for correspondence: James S. Clayton, 100 Philips Parkway, Montvale NJ, 07645-1800. E-mail:James.Clayton@pdipdi.com
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Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
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  • EISSN: 1559-6834
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