Evaluation of epidemiological cut-off values indicates that biocide resistant subpopulations are uncommon in natural isolates of clinically-relevant microorganisms

I. Morrissey, M.R. Oggioni, Dan Knight, T. Curiao, T.M. Coque, A. Kalkanci, J.L.L. Martínez, L. Baldassarri, G. Orefici, U. Yetiş, H.J. Rödger, P. Visa, D. Mora, S.L. Leib, C. Viti

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