Development of harmonised schemes for the monitoring and reporting of Q-fever in animals in the European Union
Q fever, Coxiella burnetii, surveillance, monitoring, reporting, epidemiology, diagnostics, animals, ruminants
First published in EFSA Supporting Publications:
12 May 2010
External Scientific Report
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