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Natural plague infection in guinea pigs domestic and rabbits; the presence of guinea pigs in the rabbit hutch disperses rats



Natural plague infection in guinea pigs domestic and rabbits; the presence of guinea pigs in the rabbit hutch disperses rats



Bulletin de la Societe de Pathologie Exotique et de Ses Filiales 45(3): 425-426




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