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Influence of compositional heterogeneity of rabies virus on its inactivation rate


, : Influence of compositional heterogeneity of rabies virus on its inactivation rate. Soviet Agricultural Sciences (11): 63-66

A translation into English of a paper previously abstracted from the Russian original

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