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Volume 19, Number 7—July 2013

Letter

Neonatal Granulicatella elegans Bacteremia, London, UK

Leah Quartermain, Hiteshkumar Tailor, Salome Njenga, Parijat Bhattacharjee, and G. Gopal Rao
Author affiliations: Northwick Park Hospital, London, UK

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Blood agar plates with (left) and without (right) pyridoxal supplement from a study of neonatal Granulicatella elegans bacteremia, London, UK.

Figure. . Blood agar plates with (left) and without (right) pyridoxal supplement from a study of neonatal Granulicatella elegans bacteremia, London, UK.

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