Serologic Survey of in Black Bears () from Eastern Tennessee.

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The modified agglutination test was used to study exposure in 70 eastern Tennessee, US, black bears () from 2015 to 2017. Overall, 74% (52/70) of bears were seropositive, and was more prevalent in adults than subadults.


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Name: Journal of wildlife diseases
ISSN: 1943-3700


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