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Research into contagious abortion of cattle, sheep and goats Brucellosis in India I The occurrence of brucellosis in India II Comparative susceptibility III The dissemination of brucellosis in India IV Bacteriology of Indian strains V Diagnosis VI Brucellosis and public health VII The control of brucellosis in India VIII Specific abortion, other than brucellosis IX Non-specific abortion



Research into contagious abortion of cattle, sheep and goats Brucellosis in India I The occurrence of brucellosis in India II Comparative susceptibility III The dissemination of brucellosis in India IV Bacteriology of Indian strains V Diagnosis VI Brucellosis and public health VII The control of brucellosis in India VIII Specific abortion, other than brucellosis IX Non-specific abortion








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