[Malaria prevention and control : principles and methods specifically for the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasian region] / A. V. Kondrachine ... [et al.]
Kondrachine, A. V, Kouznetsov, R. L, Beljaev, A. E, World Health Organization. Division of Control of Tropical Diseases. Malaria Unit, WHO Collaborating Centre on Malaria. Istituto superiore di Sanita (Roma, Italy). et al. (1997). [Malaria prevention and control : principles and methods specifically for the countries of Central Asia and the Caucasian region] / A. V. Kondrachine ... [et al.]. Geneva : World Health Organization. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/63716
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