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Influenza A Prevalence and Subtype Diversity in Migrating Teal Sampled Along the United States Gulf Coast

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Title
Influenza A Prevalence and Subtype Diversity in Migrating Teal Sampled Along the United States Gulf Coast
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Avian Diseases, December 2018
DOI 10.1637/11850-041918-reg.1
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Deborah Carter, Paul Link, Patrick Walther, Andrew Ramey, David Stallknecht, Rebecca Poulson

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