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Comparative susceptibility of rabbits rats mice and pigs to infection with aujeszky disease virus in the development of an efficacy test for aujeszky disease virus vaccines



Comparative susceptibility of rabbits rats mice and pigs to infection with aujeszky disease virus in the development of an efficacy test for aujeszky disease virus vaccines



Zentralblatt fuer Veterinaermedizin Reihe B 24(9): 764-766




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