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  1. 40511251600
    Author(s):Brunett, E. L.
    Title:A filterable virus disease of chickens (fowl plague)
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Virus
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Cornell Vet.
    Date of Publication:1925
    Pagination:15: 4–8.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  2. 40511251270
    Author(s):Purchase, H. S.
    Title:A study of cross-immunity with viruses of fowl-plague and observations on the duration of immunity.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Immunology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Brit. J. Exp. Path.
    Date of Publication:1931
    Pagination:12: 199–201.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  3. 40511251420
    Author(s):Komarov, A.
    Title:A study on cell-inclusion disease in fowls; on the identity of acute cell-inclusion disease and fowl-plague.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Pathology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Comp. Path.
    Place of Publication:Lond.
    Date of Publication:1934
    Pagination:47: 282–95.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  4. 40511251260
    Author(s):Purchase, H. S.
    Title:Active immunisation of fowls against fowl plague.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Immunology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Comp. Path.
    Place of Publication:Edinb.
    Date of Publication:1930
    Pagination:43: 151–7.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  5. 40511251560
    Author(s):Purchase, H. S.
    Title:An atypical fowl-plague virus from Egypt.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Pseudo-plague [ Egyptian ]
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Comp. Path.
    Place of Publication:Edinb.
    Date of Publication:1931
    Pagination:44: 71–83.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  6. 40511251800
    Author(s):Nakamura, N.
    Kawamura, Y.
    Title:An experimental study on the virus of fowlpest; observations on the nature of the virus passed through pigeons.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Virus
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Jap. Soc. Vet. Sc.
    Date of Publication:1930
    Pagination:9: 93–116.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  7. 40511251030
    Author(s):Beaudette, F. R.
    Hudson, C. B.
    Saxe, A. H.
    Title:An outbreak of fowl plague in New Jersey in 1929.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Epidemiology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Agr. Res.
    Date of Publication:1934
    Pagination:49: 83–92.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  8. 40511251120
    Author(s):Mohler, J. R.
    Title:European fowl pest found in poultry in the United States.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Epidemiology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:Vet. Med.
    Place of Publication:Chic.
    Date of Publication:1925
    Pagination:20: 57.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  9. 40511251040
    Author(s):Boughton, I. B.
    Tunnicliff, E. A.
    Title:European fowl pest in Illinois.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Epidemiology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Am. Vet. M. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1925–26
    Pagination:67: 183–5.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
  10. 40511251080
    Author(s):Johnson, S. R.
    Title:European fowl pest in Michigan.
    Subject(s):Fowl plague Epidemiology
    Journal Title Abbreviation:J. Am. Vet. M. Ass.
    Date of Publication:1925–26
    Pagination:67: 195–202.
    Language:English
    Type of Resource:Analytic
    Series/Volume/Page:Series 4/Volume 5/Page 1125
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