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Control of myxomatosis by area vaccination

Control of myxomatosis by area vaccination

Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 41(18): 615-621

In the Frankfurt (Oder) district the mean annual proportion of rabbit farms affected with myxomatosis was 13.5% during 1978-80.

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