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The translation to Chinese of the EUCAST guidelines was initiated by Dr Yuqing Liu at Shandong Academy of Agricultural Sciences within the framework of the Sino-Swedish IMPACT project, funded by the Swedish Research Council (grant D0879801) and National Natural Science Foundation of China (grant 81361138021).


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