Scénarios alternatifs pour l'amélioration de l'efficience du système de surveillance de la brucellose bovine en France

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Hénaux , Viviane; Calavas , Didier;
  • Publisher: ANSES
  • Subject: Exotic disease | Efficiency | Maladie animale | Brucellosis | MESH : Brucellosis | Cattle | Bovins | Surveillance | Brucellose | [ SDV.BA.MVSA ] Life Sciences [q-bio]/Animal biology/Veterinary medicine and animal Health | Efficience

International audience; Abstract Alternative scenarios for improving the efficiency of the bovine brucellosis surveillance system in France Surveillance systems for exotic animal diseases aim to identify any introductions and to support the disease-free status. In a con... View more
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