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Quantitative bacteriological studies of experimentally infected laboratory animals. 5. The spleen weight test, a method complementary to analysis of pathogen-host relationship in experimental Salmonella dublin infections



Quantitative bacteriological studies of experimentally infected laboratory animals. 5. The spleen weight test, a method complementary to analysis of pathogen-host relationship in experimental Salmonella dublin infections



Archiv fur experimentelle Veterinarmedizin2(6): 905-914




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