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Complement fixation in the diagnosis of brucellosis. Results in heifers from non-infected herds, vaccinated with Strain 19 in the period from four to eight months of age



Complement fixation in the diagnosis of brucellosis. Results in heifers from non-infected herds, vaccinated with Strain 19 in the period from four to eight months of age



Zooprofilassi. 26: 91-108



The regulations of the European Economic Community governing the classification of cattle with regard to brucellosis are briefly reviewed.

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