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Veterinary immunology

, : Veterinary immunology. Veterinary immunology: xiv + 280

This very useful book not only covers the area of veterinary immunology in its broadest sense but also identifies areas of particular interest to those involved in problems of increasing animal productivity. As well as succinct introductory chapters on the mechanisms of immunity, there are also chapters devoted to immunity to bacteria, viruses, internal parasites and external parasites.

Accession: 001507434

DOI: 10.1016/0378-1135(89)90053-9

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