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  1. DIN 58959-6


    Medical microbiology - Quality management in medical microbiology - Part 6: Requirements relating to test organisms and their use in performance testing

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  2. DIN 58959-6 - DRAFT


    Draft Document - Medical microbiology - Quality management in medical microbiology - Part 6: Requirements relating to test organisms and their use in performance testing

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  3. DIN 58959-6


    Quality management in medical microbiology - Part 6: Requirements for control strains

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  4. DIN 58959-6 Supplement 2


    Quality management in medical microbiology - Part 6: Requirements for control strains; examples for production and preservation of fungi used as stock cultures and working cultures

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    Quality management in medical microbiology - Part 6: Requirements for control strains; examples for production and preservation of bacteria used as stock cultures and working cultures

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