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Features of the tick borne encephalitis virus accumulation and the possibility of its long term preservation in ixodes ticks



Features of the tick borne encephalitis virus accumulation and the possibility of its long term preservation in ixodes ticks



Meditsinskaya Parazitologiya i Parazitarnye Bolezni (1): 36-39




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