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Vaccines, Vol. 8, Pages 512: Increasing Measles Seroprevalence in a Sample of Pediatric and Adolescent Population of Tuscany (Italy): A Vaccination Campaign Success

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Zanella, B.; Boccalini, S.; Bonito, B.; Del Riccio, M.; Tiscione, E.; Bonanni, P.; Working Group DHS; Working Group AOUMeyer; Working Group AUSLTC; Bechini, A. Increasing Measles Seroprevalence in a Sample of Pediatric and Adolescent Population of Tuscany (Italy): A Vaccination Campaign Success. Vaccines 2020, 8, 512.

AMA Style

Zanella B, Boccalini S, Bonito B, Del Riccio M, Tiscione E, Bonanni P, Working Group DHS, Working Group AOUMeyer, Working Group AUSLTC, Bechini A. Increasing Measles Seroprevalence in a Sample of Pediatric and Adolescent Population of Tuscany (Italy): A Vaccination Campaign Success. Vaccines. 2020; 8(3):512.

Chicago/Turabian Style

Zanella, Beatrice; Boccalini, Sara; Bonito, Benedetta; Del Riccio, Marco; Tiscione, Emilia; Bonanni, Paolo; Working Group DHS; Working Group AOUMeyer; Working Group AUSLTC; Bechini, Angela. 2020. “Increasing Measles Seroprevalence in a Sample of Pediatric and Adolescent Population of Tuscany (Italy): A Vaccination Campaign Success.” Vaccines 8, no. 3: 512.

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