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Comparing the other two interventions, consumers would benefit more from a better regulatory environment than from a reduction in cow prices, while pr

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Time and region were predictors of variability of Brucella spp. prevalence, while diagnostic test was a strong predictor of Mycobacterium spp. prevalence, with higher prevalence estimates given by skin tests and post-mortem inspection.

From: International Livestock Research Institute(ILRI)-Tanzania (ILRI) | 2016 | Research Done By: Alonso Alonso, PhD

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Larger and more robust prevalence studies are needed to adequately support risk assessment and management of animal and public health threats.