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Phylogenetic distribution and predominant genotype of the avian infectious bronchitis virus in China during 2008-2009

By Jun Ji, Jingwei Xie, Feng Chen, Dingming Shu, Kejing Zuo, Chunyi Xue, Jianping Qin, Hongmei Li, Yingzuo Bi, Jingyun Ma and Qingmei Xie
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