Recommandations pour la prescription et l’interprétation des examens biologiques utilisables dans le cadre du diagnostic ou du suivi des allergies, disponibles en France. Texte court

@article{ChabaneRecommandationsPL,
  title={Recommandations pour la prescription et l’interpr{\'e}tation des examens biologiques utilisables dans le cadre du diagnostic ou du suivi des allergies, disponibles en France. Texte court},
  author={Habib Chabane and C. Klingebiel and G. Dalampira and Anne Sarrat and Sophie Lefevre and C. Dzviga and C. Metz-Favre and J. Vitte and Pascale Nicaise-Roland and E. S{\`e}ve and C. Palussi{\`e}re and Carmen Lambert and P.A. Apoil and M. Bouvier and C. Castelain and F. Le Pabic and C. Delebarre-Sauvage and B. Uring-Lambert and Lorna Garnier and C. Mailhol and C. Bouz and J. C. Farouz and J. Bienvenu and R{\'e}my Couderc and P. Demoly and J. Just},
  journal={Revue Française d'Allergologie}
}
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