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, 22 (12), 2211-2212

Hepatitis E Virus in Yellow Cattle, Shandong, Eastern China

Hepatitis E Virus in Yellow Cattle, Shandong, Eastern China

Bingyu Yan et al. Emerg Infect Dis.

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Keywords: China; cow; hepatitis E; hepatitis E virus; livestock; phylogeny; reservoir; transmission; viruses; yellow cattle; zoonoses.

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