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Epidemiological studies on plague in Calcutta. II. The role of movement of rats in the spread of plague infection (with special reference to the epidemic plague in Calcutta, 1948-51)



Epidemiological studies on plague in Calcutta. II. The role of movement of rats in the spread of plague infection (with special reference to the epidemic plague in Calcutta, 1948-51)



Indian Journal of Medical Research 49: 1008-1018




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