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A DIVA vaccine strain lacking RpoS and the secondary messenger c-di-GMP for protection against salmonellosis in pigs

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A DIVA vaccine strain lacking RpoS and the secondary messenger c-di-GMP for protection against salmonellosis in pigs
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Veterinary Research, January 2020
DOI 10.1186/s13567-019-0730-3
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Carmen Gil, Cristina Latasa, Enrique García-Ona, Isidro Lázaro, Javier Labairu, Maite Echeverz, Saioa Burgui, Begoña García, Iñigo Lasa, Cristina Solano

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#11,321,095
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#660
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#195,342
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#48
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