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Serological surveillance in a Sahelian country, Niger. Problems of sampling and results of rinderpest surveillance



Serological surveillance in a Sahelian country, Niger. Problems of sampling and results of rinderpest surveillance



Revue d' Elevage et de Medecine Veterinaire des Pays Tropicaux 43(3): 305-311



Serological surveys of rinderpest antibodies in 600 cattle in 1987 and 2815 in 1989 give immunity rates of over 80% and of 64.2% respectively, indicating that the sampling had not been representative of the vaccinated cattle population.

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