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Isolation of Newcastle Disease Virus from an Indian House Crow

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1998
Trop Anim Health Prod

Indian house crows (Cervus splendens sploendens) live in close contact with man, animals and birds. They eat a wide variety of foods including insects and carcasses and can thus act as carriers of disease agents, transmitting them from one area to another. This communication reports the natural occurrence of Newcastle disease (ND) in an Indian house crow.

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