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Diagnosis of Aspergillus Species in Paraffin-Embedded Tissue with Low Fungal Loads

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The authors would like to thank the patient for allowing us to report this case and to Beijing Natural Science Foundation for their support [No. 7194326].

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Aiping Wang and Xiao Liu designed and supervised the research and data analysis. Xiao Liu and Yinggai Song conducted research and drafted the manuscript. Ruoyu Li contributed to design the study and the analysis of the data.

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This retrospective study was approved by the ethics committee of Peking University First Hospital. The need for informed consent was waived by the Clinical Research Ethics Committee.

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Liu, X., Song, Y., Li, R. et al. Diagnosis of Aspergillus Species in Paraffin-Embedded Tissue with Low Fungal Loads. Mycopathologia 186, 307–308 (2021).

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