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Toxoplasmosis causes abortion and non-viable lambs in a Scottish hill flock

Toxoplasmosis causes abortion and non-viable lambs in a Scottish hill flock

The Veterinary Record 161(4): 5-18

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DOI: 10.1136/vr.161.4.115

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