German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers

Krämer A, Sommer D, Hahn EG, Riecken E-O (1986)
Klinische Wochenschrift 64(15): 688-694.

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Krämer A, Sommer D, Hahn EG, Riecken E-O. German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers. Klinische Wochenschrift. 1986;64(15):688-694.
Krämer, A., Sommer, D., Hahn, E. G., & Riecken, E. - O. (1986). German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers. Klinische Wochenschrift, 64(15), 688-694. doi:10.1007/BF01712053
Krämer, A., Sommer, D., Hahn, E. G., and Riecken, E. - O. (1986). German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers. Klinische Wochenschrift 64, 688-694.
Krämer, A., et al., 1986. German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers. Klinische Wochenschrift, 64(15), p 688-694.
A. Krämer, et al., “German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers”, Klinische Wochenschrift, vol. 64, 1986, pp. 688-694.
Krämer, A., Sommer, D., Hahn, E.G., Riecken, E.-O.: German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers. Klinische Wochenschrift. 64, 688-694 (1986).
Krämer, Alexander, Sommer, D., Hahn, E. G., and Riecken, Ernst-Otto. “German experimental hepatitis B vaccine: influence of variation of dosage schedule, sex and age differences on immunogenicity in health care workers”. Klinische Wochenschrift 64.15 (1986): 688-694.
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