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Volume 16, Number 2—February 2010

Research

Investigating an Airborne Tularemia Outbreak, Germany

Anja M. HauriComments to Author , Iris Hofstetter, Erik Seibold, Philip Kaysser, Juergen Eckert, Heinrich Neubauer, and Wolf D. Splettstoesser1
Author affiliations: Hesse State Health Office, Dillenburg, Germany (A.M. Hauri); Public Health Authority Darmstadt-Dieburg, Darmstadt, Germany (I. Hofstetter, J. Eckert); National Reference Laboratory for Tularemia, Munich, Germany (E. Seibold, P. Kaysser, W.D. Splettstoesser); Institute of Bacterial Zoonoses, Jena, Germany (H. Neubauer).

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Figure 1

Sampling at the game chamber, Hesse, Germany, December 2005.

Figure 1. Sampling at the game chamber, Hesse, Germany, December 2005.

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1Current affiliation: University Hospital Rostock, Rostock, Germany.

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