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Visna maedi virus. I. Seroepidemiological studies in sheep and goat flocks in Tuscany. II. Serum antibodies in imported sheep and goats


, : Visna maedi virus. I. Seroepidemiological studies in sheep and goat flocks in Tuscany. II. Serum antibodies in imported sheep and goats. Atti della Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie 38: 720-725

Serum samples were collected from 763 sheep and 184 goats from 23 flocks in Tuscany and from 301 sheep and 263 goats imported from France in 1983.

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