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The control of enzootic abortion in sheep and goats in Cyprus



The control of enzootic abortion in sheep and goats in Cyprus



British Veterinary Journal 137(4): 411-415



Attempts at controlling chlamydiosis with an imported vaccine failed, largely owing to high cost and severe local tissue reactions. Trials of a locally prepared vaccine, without side effects, were instituted in 1970, and a compulsory scheme was implemented five years later. The percentage of abortions attributable to Chlamydia fell from 22.9% in 1975 to 6.3% in 1979.

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DOI: 10.1016/s0007-1935(17)31639-1



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