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2. Alexander RA, Plowright W, Haig DA. Cytopathic agents associated with LSD of cattle. Bull. Epizoot. Dis. Afr. 1957;5: 489-492.

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18. Haegeman A, Zro K, Sammin D et coll. Investigation of a possible link between vaccination and the 2010 sheep pox epizootic in Morocco. Transbound. Emerg. Dis. 2016;63(6):e278-e287.

19. Haegeman A, De Leeuw I, De Vleeschauwer A et coll. Lumpy skin disease: an emerging disease? Meeting of the European College of Veterinary Public Health, Liege, Belgium.
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21. JORF arrêté du 29 juillet 2013 relatif à la définition des dangers sanitaires de première et deuxième catégorie pour les espèces animales. 2013;187:13832.

22. Kahana-Sutin E, Klement E, Lensky I, et coll. High relative abundance of the stable fly Stomoxys calcitrans is associated with lumpy skin disease outbreaks in Israeli dairy farms. Med Vet Entomol. 2017, 31(2), 150-160.

23. Katsoulos PD, Chaintoutis SC, Dovas CI, et coll. Investigation on the incidence of adverse reactions, viraemia and haematological changes following field immunization of cattle using a live attenuated vaccine against lumpy skin disease. Transbound Emerg Dis. 2018;65(1):174-185.

24. Kazarina A, Japiņa K, Keišs O et coll. Detection of tick-borne encephalitis virus in I. ricinus ticks collected from autumn migratory birds in Latvia. Ticks Tick Borne Dis., 2015;6(2): 178-180.

25. Klaus C, Gethmann J, Hoffmann B et coll. Tick infestation in birds and prevalence of pathogens in ticks collected from different places in Germany. Parasitol. Res. 2016;115(7):2729-2740.

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