In Time-Space Clustering of Human Brucellosis, California, 1973-1992, by G. Fosgate et al., an error appears in the results section. The corrected sentence appears below and online at http://www.cdc.gov/ncidod/EID/vol8no7/01-0351.htm.
The Brucella species was identified in 229 (55%) of the 416 cases analyzed. B abortus was isolated from 39 cases, B. melitensis from 181, and B. suis from 9.
We regret any confusion this error may have caused
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