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Plague survey and surveillance a critical evaluation of current procedure recommended to detect plague in rodent populations



Plague survey and surveillance a critical evaluation of current procedure recommended to detect plague in rodent populations



Papaevangelou, George J Ninth International Congress on Tropical Medicine And Malaria, Vol 1 Abstracts Of Invited Papers Athens, Greece, October 14-21, 329p Congress Publications Committee: Athens, Greece 40




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