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Brucella surveillance in stranded marine mammals from the south of the North Sea. Is the marine wildlife a potential reservoir of brucellosis for humans?
Alonso Velasco, E.I.; Jauniaux, T.; Michel, P.; Godfroid, J.; Fretin, D. (2014). Brucella surveillance in stranded marine mammals from the south of the North Sea. Is the marine wildlife a potential reservoir of brucellosis for humans?, in: Abstract book 28th Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society: Marine mammals as sentinels of a changing environment, Liège, Belgium, 5-9th April 2014. pp. 63
In: (2014). Abstract book 28th Annual Conference of the European Cetacean Society: Marine mammals as sentinels of a changing environment, Liège, Belgium, 5-9th April 2014. European Cetacean Society: Liège. 259 pp., more

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  • Alonso Velasco, E.I.
  • Jauniaux, T., more
  • Michel, P.
  • Godfroid, J.
  • Fretin, D.

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