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Genetic and Biological Properties of Original TBEV Strains Group Circulating in Eastern Siberia

By I.V. Kozlova, M.M. Verkhozina, T.V. Demina, Yu.P. Dzhioev, S.E. Tkachev, L.S. Karan, E.K. Doroshchenko, O.V. Lisak, O.V. Suntsova, A.I. Paramonov, O.O. Fedulina, A.O. Revizor and V.I. Zlobin

Submitted: May 25th 2012Reviewed: October 3rd 2012Published: January 9th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/54087

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I.V. Kozlova, M.M. Verkhozina, T.V. Demina, Yu.P. Dzhioev, S.E. Tkachev, L.S. Karan, E.K. Doroshchenko, O.V. Lisak, O.V. Suntsova, A.I. Paramonov, O.O. Fedulina, A.O. Revizor and V.I. Zlobin (January 9th 2013). Genetic and Biological Properties of Original TBEV Strains Group Circulating in Eastern Siberia, Encephalitis Sergey Tkachev, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/54087. Available from:

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