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qPCR- and genomic-based determination of IS1111 copy numbers suggests an impact of Coxiella burnetii genotypic diversity on Q fever diagnosis and epidemiological studies in ruminants

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hal-03758053 , version 1 (02-09-2022)

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Aminah A. Keliet, Xavier Bailly, Aurélien Joulié, Aurore Fourcot, Séverine Barry, et al.. qPCR- and genomic-based determination of IS1111 copy numbers suggests an impact of Coxiella burnetii genotypic diversity on Q fever diagnosis and epidemiological studies in ruminants. ESCCAR International congress on Rickettsiae and 9th Meeting of the European Society for Chlamydia Research (ESCR), Aug 2022, Lausanne, Switzerland. , pp.#160. ⟨hal-03758053⟩
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