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Are injectable SFFC polypeptide drugs safe? : case report demonstrating the presence of haemolytic Bacillus cereus in two illegal polypeptide drugs

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Janvier, Steven, E Wattijn, N Botteldoorn, et al. “Are Injectable SFFC Polypeptide Drugs Safe? : Case Report Demonstrating the Presence of Haemolytic Bacillus Cereus in Two Illegal Polypeptide Drugs.” Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts. 2017. Print.
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Janvier, S., Wattijn, E., Botteldoorn, N., De Spiegeleer, B., Deconinck, E., & Vanhee, C. (2017). Are injectable SFFC polypeptide drugs safe? : case report demonstrating the presence of haemolytic Bacillus cereus in two illegal polypeptide drugs. Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts. Presented at the Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs : Facing new challenges.
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Janvier, Steven, E Wattijn, N Botteldoorn, Bart De Spiegeleer, E Deconinck, and C Vanhee. 2017. “Are Injectable SFFC Polypeptide Drugs Safe? : Case Report Demonstrating the Presence of Haemolytic Bacillus Cereus in Two Illegal Polypeptide Drugs.” In Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts.
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Janvier, Steven, E Wattijn, N Botteldoorn, Bart De Spiegeleer, E Deconinck, and C Vanhee. 2017. “Are Injectable SFFC Polypeptide Drugs Safe? : Case Report Demonstrating the Presence of Haemolytic Bacillus Cereus in Two Illegal Polypeptide Drugs.” In Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts.
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Janvier S, Wattijn E, Botteldoorn N, De Spiegeleer B, Deconinck E, Vanhee C. Are injectable SFFC polypeptide drugs safe? : case report demonstrating the presence of haemolytic Bacillus cereus in two illegal polypeptide drugs. Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts. 2017.
IEEE
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S. Janvier, E. Wattijn, N. Botteldoorn, B. De Spiegeleer, E. Deconinck, and C. Vanhee, “Are injectable SFFC polypeptide drugs safe? : case report demonstrating the presence of haemolytic Bacillus cereus in two illegal polypeptide drugs,” in Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts, Nicosia, Cyprus, 2017.
@inproceedings{8532170,
  author       = {Janvier, Steven and Wattijn, E and Botteldoorn, N and De Spiegeleer, Bart and Deconinck, E and Vanhee, C},
  booktitle    = {Combating Counterfeit and Other Illegal Medicines: 3rd Symposium for OMCLs, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Nicosia, Cyprus},
  title        = {Are injectable SFFC polypeptide drugs safe? : case report demonstrating the presence of haemolytic Bacillus cereus in two illegal polypeptide drugs},
  year         = {2017},
}