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Arcobacter a new foodborne pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian poultry flocks.

Kurt Houf (UGent) , Ann Tutenel, Lieven De Zutter (UGent) , Cindy Claeys (UGent) and Jan Van Hoof (UGent)
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Houf, Kurt, Ann Tutenel, Lieven De Zutter, Cindy Claeys, and Jan Van Hoof. 2000. “Arcobacter a New Foodborne Pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian Poultry Flocks.” In Proceedings 5th Conference in Food Microbiology, Liège, 2000, 141–147.
APA
Houf, K., Tutenel, A., De Zutter, L., Claeys, C., & Van Hoof, J. (2000). Arcobacter a new foodborne pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian poultry flocks. Proceedings 5th conference in food microbiology, Liège, 2000 (pp. 141–147).
Vancouver
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Houf K, Tutenel A, De Zutter L, Claeys C, Van Hoof J. Arcobacter a new foodborne pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian poultry flocks. Proceedings 5th conference in food microbiology, Liège, 2000. 2000. p. 141–7.
MLA
Houf, Kurt, Ann Tutenel, Lieven De Zutter, et al. “Arcobacter a New Foodborne Pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian Poultry Flocks.” Proceedings 5th Conference in Food Microbiology, Liège, 2000. 2000. 141–147. Print.
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  booktitle    = {Proceedings 5th conference in food microbiology, Li{\`e}ge, 2000},
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  title        = {Arcobacter a new foodborne pathogen? Prevalence of Arcobacter in Belgian poultry flocks.},
  year         = {2000},
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