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looking for CLSI guideline M07-A8 document to determine MIC for antibiotic

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Default looking for CLSI guideline M07-A8 document to determine MIC for antibiotic



I am looking for a CLSI guideline M07-A8 "Method for dilution antimicrobial susceptibility test for bacteria that grow aerobically; Approved standard-Eighth Edition" to determine MIC for antibiotic. Is there anyone have this document/file that can share with me. Thanks a lot for your help and kindness.
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