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Canine parvovirus infection. Novel approaches to diagnosis and immune prophylaxis


, : Canine parvovirus infection. Novel approaches to diagnosis and immune prophylaxis. Canine parvovirus infection Novel approaches to diagnosis and immune prophylaxis: 152 pp.

The author's research on ELISA, monoclonal antibodies and T- lymphocyte epitopes applied to canine parvovirus has been published in 7 papers in veterinary periodicals, copies of which are included in the thesis.

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