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History, pathology, and prospects for this historic disease that is still prevalent in animals and remains a threat to humans.

by Abbott, Rachel C. and Rocke, Tonie E.
U.S. Geological Survey Circular 1372
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Bacteria, Disease vectors, Ecology, Insects, Mammals, Pathology, Wildlife, Wildlife biology, Zoonotic diseases
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