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Veterinary Parasitic Vaccines - A Current Scenario

Tarun Kumar, Amit Prasad, Niddhi Arora, N. A. Tufani and V.S. Rajora.

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Abstract
Most important barrier in the development of parasitic vaccine is highly complex life cycles and there is general lack of precise understanding of the host/parasite interaction.

Key words: dog, parasitic vaccine


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