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12. Evaluation of various cultural enrichment methods for the detection of selected food borne bacterial pathogens - C. Latha, B. Sunil, V. J. Ajay Kumar, C. J. Anu and J. Deepa
Veterinary World, 7(3): 172-176


doi: 10.14202/vetworld.2014.172-176






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