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Diagnosis of Schistosoma bovis infection in cattle by an indirect haemagglutination test



Diagnosis of Schistosoma bovis infection in cattle by an indirect haemagglutination test



Journal of Helminthology 49(1): 9-17



An indirect haemagglutination test has been developed for the detection of Schistosoma bovis antibody. Fresh, formalin- and glutaraldehyde-fixed sheep erythrocytes as well as fresh and formalin-fixed human erythrocytes were tested. Tanned glutaraldehyde-fixed sheep erythrocytes sensitized with an adult worm extract were the most sensitive and remained stable for at least 8 weeks at 4 deg C.

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