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Problems in the Interpretation of Serological Results of Hepatitis B Testing During an Incident of Hepatitis B Virus Reactivation in a Dialysis Unit

  • F. Fitzpatrick (a1), M. Crean (a1), G. Kaminski (a1), J. Connell (a1), L. Thornton (a2), N. Murphy (a2), A. Brennan (a2), J. Walsh (a3), H. Humphreys (a4) (a5) and E. Smyth (a4)...
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Health Protection Surveillance Centre, 25-27 Middle Gardiner Street, Dublin 1, Ireland, (fidelma.fitzpatrick@mailx.hse.ie)
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Infection Control & Hospital Epidemiology
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  • EISSN: 1559-6834
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