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given the importance of this region as a milk producer for Mexico, there is a strong need for new tools that can be used in the control of this disease. Epidemiological investigations are of great value in these circumstances, as authorities rely on a deep understanding of disease dynamics and pathogen diversity in order to develop adequate strategies for the control and eradication of the disease. Seeking to contribute, the present project aimed to determine the frequency of BTb in Altos Sur, as well as M. bovis genetic diversity through spoligotyping and whole-genome

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