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Epidemiology and control of Brucella melitensis in Italy

Epidemiology and control of Brucella melitensis in Italy

Veterinaria Italiana 39(49): 38-48

Brucellosis is probably the most important zoonosis in Italy. It is also the most frequently reported disease of sheep and goats. The prevalence of the disease in human and animal populations are strongly correlated.

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