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Prof. Dr. med. Franz-Josef Schmitz, Central Institute for Laboratory Medicine, Microbiology, Hygiene, Environmental Medicine and Transfusion Medicine, Klinikum Minden, Hans-Nolte-Straße 1, 32429 Minden, email: [email protected]