46-Title: Atypical trypanosomosis in Murrah buffaloes

46-Title: Atypical trypanosomosis in Murrah buffaloes

Authors: Biswa Ranjan Jena, Asmita Narang, Baljinder Kumar Bansal, MohanapriyaThangaraj and Leishangthem Geeta Devi

Source: Ruminant Science (2022)-11(2):489-492.

How to cite this manuscript: Jena Biswa Ranjan, Narang Asmita, Bansal Baljinder Kumar, Thangaraj Mohanapriya and Devi Leishangthem Geeta (2022). Atypical trypanosomosis in Murrah buffaloes. Ruminant Science 11(2):489-492.


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