Use of ligase chain reaction with urine versus cervical culture for detection of Chlamydia trachomatis in an asymptomatic military population of pregnant and nonpregnant females attending Papanicolaou smear clinics

Charlotte A. Gaydos*, M. Rene Howell, Thomas C. Quinn, Joel C. Gaydos, Kelly T. Mckee

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