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Spatial dynamics of a zoonotic orthohantavirus disease through heterogenous data on rodents, rodent infections, and human disease

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Bibliographic reference Vanwambeke, Sophie ; Zeimes, Caroline ; Drewes, Stephan ; Ulrich, Rainer G. ; Reil, Daniela ; et. al. Spatial dynamics of a zoonotic orthohantavirus disease through heterogenous data on rodents, rodent infections, and human disease. In: Scientific Reports, Vol. 9, no.1, p. 11 (2019)
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