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1. Prevalence and distribution of gastrointestinal parasites of working camels in Sokoto metropolis -

A. Mahmuda, A. A. Mohammed, M. O. Alayande, Y. I. Habila, M. D. Lawal, M. Usman, A. A. Raji, B. Saidu, M. S. Yahaya and N. Suleiman
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doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2014.108-112


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