Tests Reveal High-path H7N3 in Mexican Poultry Farm Outbreaks
CIDRAP News, Tuesday 26 June 2012

Mexican veterinary authorities are intensifying avian influenza control efforts in a region that houses several large commercial farms after further tests determined that the strain responsible for more than 200,000 bird deaths at three farms is the highly pathogenic H7N3 subtype.

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