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Detection by immuno fluorescence of transmissible gastroenteritis viral antigen in pigs using cat anti feline infectious peritonitis virus conjugate



Detection by immuno fluorescence of transmissible gastroenteritis viral antigen in pigs using cat anti feline infectious peritonitis virus conjugate



Zentralblatt fuer Veterinaermedizin Reihe B 25(9): 775-778




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