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Research (Published online : 18-07-2013)

20. Evaluation of the shedding routes and serological patterns in experimentally-induced Brucella melitensis infection in dexamethasone-treated and transport-stressed goats - Polycarp Nwunuji Tanko, Benjamin O. Emikpe and Yusoff Mohd Sabri
Vet World. 2013; 6(9): 686-692
 




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