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Preliminary observation on the modification of a strain of Newcastle disease virus by intracerebral passage through ducklings


Preliminary observation on the modification of a strain of Newcastle disease virus by intracerebral passage through ducklings



British Veterinary Journal 102: 212-218



ISSN/ISBN: 0007-1935

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