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  • G. MARTINS (a1), B. PENNA (a1) and W. LILENBAUM (a1)
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Author for correspondence: W. Lilenbaum Veterinary Bacteriology Laboratory, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Niterói/RJ, 24210-130, Brazil (Email: mipwalt@vm.uff.br).

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  • G. MARTINS (a1), B. PENNA (a1) and W. LILENBAUM (a1)

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