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Veterinary viral diseases, their significance in South East Asia and the Western Pacific: 246-250
Swine fever and Newcastle disease are both endemic causing disease in unvaccinated animals and birds. Duck plague is controlled by the use of an attenuated vaccine.

Accession: 001507571

DOI: 10.1017/S002191180013428X

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