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Vesicular stomatitis in Mexico


, : Vesicular stomatitis in Mexico. Proceedings of an international conference on vesicular stomatitis, Mexico City, 24-27 September 1984: 118-147, 276-297

The disease in cattle, horses and swine was confined to SE Mexico, with a cyclic appearance (every 2-5 years) and a morbidity rate of 10-15%.

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