Lethal bluetongue virus infection in an alpaca.

@article{Henrich2007LethalBV,
  title={Lethal bluetongue virus infection in an alpaca.},
  author={Manfred Henrich and Manfred Reinacher and H. P. Hamann},
  journal={The Veterinary record},
  year={2007},
  volume={161 22},
  pages={
          764
        }
}
SIR, — We would like to report a case of lethal bluetongue virus infection in an alpaca in Germany. The affected animal was a five-year-old female alpaca, born and raised in a flock in a low mountain range area in central Germany. This area was affected by the bluetongue virus outbreak in Germany 

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