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A predictive model has indeitified tick-borne encephalitis high-risk areas in regions where no cases were reported previously, Poland, 1999-2012

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Bibliographic reference Stefanoff, Pauwels ; Rubikowska, Barbara ; Bratowski, Jakub ; Ustrnul, Zbigniew ; Vanwambeke, Sophie ; et. al. A predictive model has indeitified tick-borne encephalitis high-risk areas in regions where no cases were reported previously, Poland, 1999-2012. In: International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, Vol. 15, no.4, p. 677 (2018)
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