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The infection risks associated with clothing and household linens in home and everyday life settings , and the role of laundry April 2011

@inproceedings{Bloomfield2011TheIR,
  title={The infection risks associated with clothing and household linens in home and everyday life settings , and the role of laundry April 2011},
  author={S. Bloomfield and C. Signorelli and K. Nath and E. A. Scott},
  year={2011}
}
  • S. Bloomfield, C. Signorelli, +1 author E. A. Scott
  • Published 2011
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