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Nell’articolo dal titolo “Efficacia e sicurezza di un prodotto spot-on a base di imidacloprid e moxidectina nel trattamento della capillariosi nasale del cane”, pubblicato su Summa 10/2018 a pagina 44, la nota finale “Il presente articolo è stato pubblicato precedentemente su Veterinary Parasitology, 2017, vol. 116, Suppl 1, pp. 65-74”, è da modificarsi in “Il presente articolo è stato pubblicato precedentemente su Parasitology Research, 2017, vol. 116, Suppl 1, pp. 65-74”. Ce ne scusiamo con gli autori e i lettori. 


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