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The Potential for Infectious Disease Contamination During the Artificial Insemination Procedure in Swine

By Emílio César Martins Pereira, Abelardo Silva Júnior, Eduardo Paulino da Costa and Carlos Eduardo Real Pereira

Submitted: April 16th 2012Reviewed: August 17th 2012Published: January 9th 2013

DOI: 10.5772/52337

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