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Veterinary viral diseases, their significance in South-East Asia and the Western Pacific. Proceedings of an international seminar, held at Australian National Animal Health Laboratory, CSIRO, Geelong, Australia, 27-30 August 1984


, : Veterinary viral diseases, their significance in South-East Asia and the Western Pacific. Proceedings of an international seminar, held at Australian National Animal Health Laboratory, CSIRO, Geelong, Australia, 27-30 August 1984. Veterinary viral diseases, their significance in South East Asia and the Western Pacific Proceedings of an international seminar, held at Australian National Animal Health Laboratory, CSIRO, Geelong, Australia, 27-30 August 1984: xix + 616

The meeting discussed recent advances in pathogenesis, immunity, diagnosis, epidemiology, control and vaccines, and the situation concerning viral diseases of animals in Australia, Bangladesh, China, India, Indonesia, The Republic of Korea, Malaysia, Nepal, New Zealand and the Western Pacific Islands, Pakistan, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Thailand; Vietnam.

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