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Significance of virus-neutralizing antibodies in Marek's disease of chickens. 1. Immunity control following Marek's vaccination with turkey Herpes Virus (THV)


Significance of virus-neutralizing antibodies in Marek's disease of chickens. 1. Immunity control following Marek's vaccination with turkey Herpes Virus (THV)



DTW. Deutsche Tierarztliche Wochenschrift 85(6): 220-222



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