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Experiments in wool-producing sheep on the innocuity and efficacy of a modified poxvirus isolated from a Mauritanian sheep with nodular sheep pox



Experiments in wool-producing sheep on the innocuity and efficacy of a modified poxvirus isolated from a Mauritanian sheep with nodular sheep pox



Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 38(1): 22-27



The strain was attenuated by passage at 28 degrees C in cultures of fetal sheep kidney cells.

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