Prior exposure to non-pathogenic calicivirus RCV-A1 reduces both infection rate and mortality from rabbit haemorrhagic disease in a population of wild rabbits in Australia

B. D. Cooke, R. P. Duncan, I. Mcdonald, J. Liu, L. Capucci, G. J. Mutze, T. Strive

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