By David E. Swayne

Animal Influenza, moment Edition is a entire textual content on animal influenza.  equipped by means of species, insurance contains avian, swine, equine and mammals, with each one part together with info on influenza viruses, the an infection and sickness they reason, and methods utilized in control.

  • Covers the full variety of subject matters inside of avian, swine, equine and mammalian influenzas in a single finished and authoritative text
  • Provides a summarization of peer-reviewed and empirical facts on influenza viruses, the an infection, and ailments they cause
  • Discusses concepts utilized in keep watch over of the disease
  • Leading specialists are drawn jointly to supply a global and multi-disciplinary perspective
  • Fuses most recent advancements in uncomplicated clinical study with useful suggestions on administration of the disease

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