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    Recent increase in S. Paratyphi A phage type 1 and S. Typhi Vi-phage type E1 in England and Wales, associated with travel to the Indian subcontinent separator commenting unavailable

  • H. C. Lewis, J Lawrence
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    Citation style for this article: Lewis H. C., Lawrence J. Recent increase in S. Paratyphi A phage type 1 and S. Typhi Vi-phage type E1 in England and Wales, associated with travel to the Indian subcontinent. Euro Surveill. 2006;11(10):pii=2921. https://doi.org/10.2807/esw.11.10.02921-en Received: ;   Accepted:

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Around two thirds of enteric fever cases reported in England and Wales are known to be associated with foreign travel, the majority to India and Pakistan

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