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Selected areas of 4 m2 were experimentally contaminated with bovine lingual epithelium and g.pig paws deposited on the ground, 1-2 cm under the ground, and on plants. Survival of the virus was tested in lab. animals. It was shown that under climatic conditions of Siberia the virus survived up to 30 ...

Podrezova, E. A.
Veterinariya, 1969, 5, pp 94-96 pp.