The effects of strain heterology on the epidemiology and equine influenza in a vaccinated population
We assess the effects of strain heterology (strains that are immunologically similar but not identical) on equine influenza in a vaccinated population. Using data relating to individual animals, for both homologous and heterologous vaccinees, we estimate
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