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High seronegativity rate for rubella in women between 29 to 34 years of age: reason to be cautious?

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Kiss, Philippe, Leen Sergooris, Dirk De Bacquer, Patrick De Loof, and Lydia Decrans. 1999. “High Seronegativity Rate for Rubella in Women Between 29 to 34 Years of Age: Reason to Be Cautious?” In Occupational Health Care Workers, ed. F Hofmann, M Michaelis, U Stössel, and I Symington, 80–83. Landsberg am Lech, Germany: Ecomed.
APA
Kiss, P., Sergooris, L., De Bacquer, D., De Loof, P., & Decrans, L. (1999). High seronegativity rate for rubella in women between 29 to 34 years of age: reason to be cautious? In F. Hofmann, M. Michaelis, U. Stössel, & I. Symington (Eds.), Occupational health care workers (pp. 80–83). Landsberg am Lech, Germany: Ecomed.
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Kiss P, Sergooris L, De Bacquer D, De Loof P, Decrans L. High seronegativity rate for rubella in women between 29 to 34 years of age: reason to be cautious? In: Hofmann F, Michaelis M, Stössel U, Symington I, editors. Occupational health care workers. Landsberg am Lech, Germany: Ecomed; 1999. p. 80–3.
MLA
Kiss, Philippe, Leen Sergooris, Dirk De Bacquer, et al. “High Seronegativity Rate for Rubella in Women Between 29 to 34 Years of Age: Reason to Be Cautious?” Occupational Health Care Workers. Ed. F Hofmann et al. Landsberg am Lech, Germany: Ecomed, 1999. 80–83. Print.
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  author       = {Kiss, Philippe and Sergooris, Leen and De Bacquer, Dirk and De Loof, Patrick and Decrans, Lydia},
  booktitle    = {Occupational health care workers},
  editor       = {Hofmann, F and Michaelis, M and St{\"o}ssel, U and Symington, I},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {80--83},
  publisher    = {Ecomed},
  title        = {High seronegativity rate for rubella in women between 29 to 34 years of age: reason to be cautious?},
  year         = {1999},
}