Antibiotic Use in Animals—Policies and Control Measures Around Europe

  • Pascal Sanders

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  • Pascal Sanders
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  1. 1.AFSSA Site de FougeresLaboratoire d’études et de recherches sur les Médicaments Vétérinaires et les disinfectants, LNR residua d’antibiotiquesFougeresFrance

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