Seroprevalence of bovine ephemeral fever virus in domesticated and wildlife species during epidemic and inter-epidemic periods (2000-2009) in Israel

O. Aziz-Boaron, S. Brettschneider, R. King, B. Gelman, E. Klement*

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Immunology and Microbiology

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Veterinary Science and Veterinary Medicine