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Report of an outbreak of diarrhoeal disease caused by cholera followed by rotavirus in Manipur.

Gupta D N, Sen D, Saha M R, Sengupta P G, Sikder S N, Ghosh S, Sarkar K, Singh N C, Sharma R

Year : 1990| Volume: 34| Issue : 1 | Page no: 62-5

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