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Audurier A., Pardon P., Marly J., Lantier F..  1980.  Experimental infection of mice with Listeria monocytogenes and L. innocua. Annales de microbiologie.. 131
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Couch R.B, Knight V., Gerone P.J, Cate T.R, Douglas R.G.  1969.  Factors influencing response of volunteers to inoculation with Coxsackie virus A type 21. The American review of respiratory disease. 99:1.
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