Rubella vaccination of unknowingly pregnant women: the São Paulo experience, 2001.
Sato, Helena K; Sanajotta, Andrea Torres; Moraes, José Cássio; Andrade, Joelma Queiróz; Duarte, Geraldo; Cervi, Maria Célia; Curti, Sueli P; Pannuti, Cláudio Sérgio; Milanez, Helaine; Pessoto, Mônica; Flannery, Brendan; Oselka, Gabriel W.
J Infect Dis
; 204 Suppl 2: S737-44, 2011 Sep 01.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-21954275
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