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Causality in acute encephalitis: defining aetiologies

Defining the causal relationship between a microbe and encephalitis is complex. Over 100 different infectious agents may cause encephalitis, often as one of the rarer manifestations of infection. The gold-standard techniques to detect causative infectious agents in encephalitis in life depend on... Full description

1st Person: GRANEROD, J.
Additional Persons: CUNNINGHAM, R. verfasserin; ZUCKERMAN, M. verfasserin; MUTTON, K. verfasserin; DAVIES, N. W. S. verfasserin; WALSH, A. L. verfasserin; WARD, K. N. verfasserin; HILTON, D. A. verfasserin; AMBROSE, H. E. verfasserin; CLEWLEY, J. P. verfasserin; MORGAN, D. verfasserin; LUNN, M. P. verfasserin; SOLOMON, T. verfasserin; BROWN, D. W. G. verfasserin; CROWCROFT, N. S. verfasserin
Source: in Epidemiology and infection Vol. 138, No. 6 (2010), p. 783-800
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Type of Publication: Article
Language: English
Published: 2010
Keywords: research-article
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