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Sero-epidemiological investigations on the distribution of respiratory syncytial virus among wild ruminants in the Rostock area



Sero-epidemiological investigations on the distribution of respiratory syncytial virus among wild ruminants in the Rostock area



Berliner und Munchener Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 103(12): 425-426



Of 302 roe deer, 39 red deer, 17 fallow deer and one mouflon killed in hunting areas in Rostock, tested for antibodies to bovine respiratory syncytial virus with the syncytial inhibition test, 20 roe deer, one red deer and the mouflon were positive.

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