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Evidence of feline panleukopenia in nigeria


Journal of Small Animal Practice 27(8): 547-549
Evidence of feline panleukopenia in nigeria
The presence of feline panleucopenia in a suspected clinical case of the disease was confirmed for the first time in Nigeria by the presence of specific haemagglutination in a faecal specimen.


Accession: 005411411



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