Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases?

Schwille-Kiuntke J, Unverdorben A, Weimer K, Schlarb A, Gulewitsch MD, Enck P (2015)
United European Gastroenterology Journal 3(1): 31-38.

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Schwille-Kiuntke J, Unverdorben A, Weimer K, Schlarb A, Gulewitsch MD, Enck P. Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases? United European Gastroenterology Journal. 2015;3(1):31-38.
Schwille-Kiuntke, J., Unverdorben, A., Weimer, K., Schlarb, A., Gulewitsch, M. D., & Enck, P. (2015). Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases? United European Gastroenterology Journal, 3(1), 31-38. doi:10.1177/2050640614558346
Schwille-Kiuntke, J., Unverdorben, A., Weimer, K., Schlarb, A., Gulewitsch, M. D., and Enck, P. (2015). Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases? United European Gastroenterology Journal 3, 31-38.
Schwille-Kiuntke, J., et al., 2015. Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases? United European Gastroenterology Journal, 3(1), p 31-38.
J. Schwille-Kiuntke, et al., “Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases?”, United European Gastroenterology Journal, vol. 3, 2015, pp. 31-38.
Schwille-Kiuntke, J., Unverdorben, A., Weimer, K., Schlarb, A., Gulewitsch, M.D., Enck, P.: Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases? United European Gastroenterology Journal. 3, 31-38 (2015).
Schwille-Kiuntke, J., Unverdorben, A., Weimer, Katja, Schlarb, Angelika, Gulewitsch, M.D., and Enck, P. “Bacterial infections in childhood - a risk factor for gastrointestinal and other diseases?”. United European Gastroenterology Journal 3.1 (2015): 31-38.
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