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Agglutinating antigen from an ornithosis agent. II. Modification of antigen preparation and test procedure

, : Agglutinating antigen from an ornithosis agent. II. Modification of antigen preparation and test procedure. Avian Diseases 13(2): 345-355


PMID: 5816047

DOI: 10.2307/1588503

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