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Rabbit papillomavirus

Introduction: Rabbit papillomavirus

Description of Rabbit papillomavirus

Rabbit papillomavirus: infects cotton-tail rabbits, Sylvilagus floridanus, naturally; domestic rabbits can be infected by scarification; skin warts, which may become malignant, are produced.
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