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Immunity of the zooparasitoses



Immunity of the zooparasitoses



Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, Buenos Aires 50(6): 533-544



The author discusses host parasite relationships, types and mechanisms of immunity and resistance, and immunopathology with particular reference to nematode and cestode diseases of sheep and cattle.

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