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Volume 19, Number 7—July 2013

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Psychrobacter arenosus Bacteremia after Blood Transfusion, France

Yvan CasparComments to Author , Christine Recule, Patricia Pouzol, Bruno Lafeuillade, Marie-Reine Mallaret, Max Maurin, and Jacques Croize
Author affiliations: Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Grenoble, Grenoble, France (Y. Caspar, C. Recule, P. Pouzol, M.-R. Mallaret, M. Maurin, J. Croize); Université Joseph Fourier-Grenoble 1, Grenoble, France (Y. Caspar, C. Recule, P. Pouzol, M.-R. Mallaret, M. Maurin, J. Croize); Etablissement Français du Sang, La Tronche, France (B. Lafeuillade)

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Flow diagram showing samples collected from the blood donor unit (third erythrocyte unit) and a 58-year-old man (transfusion recipient) and results for isolation and identification of Psychrobacter arenosus, France.

Figure. . . Flow diagram showing samples collected from the blood donor unit (third erythrocyte unit) and a 58-year-old man (transfusion recipient) and results for isolation and identification of Psychrobacter arenosus, France.

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