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S.V. Novikova

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

E.B. Tsivtsivadze

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

A.V. Fedotova

Moskovskiĭ oblastnoĭ NII akusherstva i ginekologii

Bacterial vaginosis as a typical biofilm infection

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S.V. Novikova, E.B. Tsivtsivadze, A.V. Fedotova

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To cite this article:

Novikova SV, Tsivtsivadze EB, Fedotova AV. Bacterial vaginosis as a typical biofilm infection. Russian Bulletin of Obstetrician-Gynecologist. 2018;18(4):97‑100. (In Russ.)
https://doi.org/10.17116/rosakush201818497

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