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Quantitative studies of the complement fixation test for foot and mouth disease. I. Antigen preparation, optimum fixation conditions and isofixation curves



Quantitative studies of the complement fixation test for foot and mouth disease. I. Antigen preparation, optimum fixation conditions and isofixation curves



Arquivos do Instituto Biologico, Sao Paulo 40(3): 233-242



A technique based on that described by A. Wadsworth, F. Maltaner & E.

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