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Investigation of the origin of the first outbreak of avian infectious laryngotracheitis in Thuringia, Germany


, : Investigation of the origin of the first outbreak of avian infectious laryngotracheitis in Thuringia, Germany. Versuche zur epizootiologischen Abklarung eines Erstausbruches der Infektiosen Laryngotracheitis des Huhnes in Thuringen: 142 pp.

An outbreak of mild laryngotracheitis in East Germany in September 1990 involved a flock of 90 000 hens. The virus was of low or medium pathogenicity.

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