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Quantitative studies of Wadsworth, Maltaner and Maltaner's complement fixation technique in relation to foot and mouth disease. II. Titration of residual complement. III. Indirect complement fixation reaction



Quantitative studies of Wadsworth, Maltaner and Maltaner's complement fixation technique in relation to foot and mouth disease. II. Titration of residual complement. III. Indirect complement fixation reaction



Arquivos do Instituto Biologico 40(4): 277-302, 303-308



Preliminary studies were carried out to investigate the optimum amount of antigen for varying amounts of complement in the c.f. test for FMD. It was shown that an excess of antigen inhibits complement fixation. Conversion tables for the calculation of serum titres were drawn up. Antibodies were studied in 20 bovine serum samples from 10 vaccinated animals and eight serum samples from cattle convalescent from FMD, using type A, O and C antigens.

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