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From: A sheeppox outbreak in Morocco: isolation and identification of virus responsible for the new clinical form of disease

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Characteristic symptoms of the new clinical form of sheep pox disease in Morocco. (A) Typical nodules lesion in internal face of the thigh of the lamb; (B) nodule lesions like tumor skin on the teat and udder affected with sheep pox virus; (C) Typical pox lesions observed on the lungs and liver of a lamb; (D) Acute inflammatory reaction associated with hyperplasia of the skin caused by wild strain SPPV.

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