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Encephalitis Due to Free Living Amoebae: An Emerging Issue in Human Health

By Jacob Lorenzo-Morales, Carmen Ma Martín-Navarro, Enrique Martínez-Carretero, José E. Piñero and Basilio Valladares

Submitted: November 17th 2010Reviewed: April 27th 2011Published: November 16th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/22150

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Jacob Lorenzo-Morales, Carmen Ma Martín-Navarro, Enrique Martínez-Carretero, José E. Piñero and Basilio Valladares (November 16th 2011). Encephalitis Due to Free Living Amoebae: An Emerging Issue in Human Health, Non-Flavivirus Encephalitis Sergey Tkachev, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/22150. Available from:

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