Published in Lab Business Week, September 4th, 2005
"Data about the prevalence of rabies in the Lublin voivodeship in 1999-2004 has been provided in the article. Lublin voivodship borders with Byelorussia and Ukraine, countries where no vaccination of wild foxes was conducted up until the present," a scientist in Poland reports.
"The diagnosis of rabies was made on the basis of routine examinations of the brain using an immunofluorescence test and, after human contact with suspected animals, by a biological test performed on mice," said Kamilla Smeja at the Wojewodzki...
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