Cas de choléra d'importation en France, été 2005. A. Tarantola pour les groupes de gestion des incidents

@article{Ajzenman2006CasDC,
  title={Cas de chol{\'e}ra d'importation en France, {\'e}t{\'e} 2005. A. Tarantola pour les groupes de gestion des incidents},
  author={Catherine Ajzenman and Maryvonne Bizet and Marie-Pierre Dufraisse and E Falip and J. M. Fournier and Marc Gastellu Etchegorry and S. Haeghebaert and Hubert Isnard and H. Le Loc'h and Thierry Mansir and Marie-laure Quilici and F. Raqbi and E. Raud and Y. Roberto and A. Scanvic and M. Senellier and St{\'e}phane Sirot and Arnaud Tarantola},
  journal={Medecine Et Maladies Infectieuses},
  year={2006},
  volume={36},
  pages={346-348}
}
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