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Seroepidemiological survey of maedi-visna virus infection in sheep and goat flocks in Quebec

Seroepidemiological survey of maedi-visna virus infection in sheep and goat flocks in Quebec

Canadian Journal of Comparative Medicine 47(3): 309-315

A male skeleton from the necropolis of Belogradetz, Varna District, dating back to the 7th century BC, is investigated using classical anthropological methods. Portrait reconstruction of the face and head on the basis of the skull is performed according to the method of Gerasimov.

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