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Influence of caffeine on development of post-vaccinal immunity in swine fever.


, : Influence of caffeine on development of post-vaccinal immunity in swine fever.. Trud. Armyan. nauchno-issled. Inst. Zhivotnovodstva i Veterinarii. 1: 9, 25-34

Caffeine (0.5 ml. of a 20% soln.) was injected s/c 10-15 min. before inoculation of crystal violet swine fever vaccine.

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