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Literature

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Turner, ER1967Current status of the susceptibility of some Egyptian body lice to DDT and gamma-BHC
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Polano, MK1983Pediculosis therapy
Phipps, MV1991Permethrin: treatment of head lice infestations
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Hoffman, RA, Hogan, BF1967Control of chicken body, shaft, and wing lice on laying hens by self-treatment with insecticide dusts and granules
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