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Discussion of the papers by K.H. Bohm (1974) Diagnostic evaluation of serologically demonstrable antibodies in chronic erysipelas of pigs and Serological methods in erysipelas Dtsch. Tierartl. Wschr. 81, 104-108, 138-141, 169-172



Discussion of the papers by K.H. Bohm (1974) Diagnostic evaluation of serologically demonstrable antibodies in chronic erysipelas of pigs and Serological methods in erysipelas Dtsch. Tierartl. Wschr. 81, 104-108, 138-141, 169-172



Deutsche Tieraerztliche Wochenschrift 82(10): 408-410, 413



W. discusses the results obtained by Bohm using the agglutination test and growth test (see VB 44, 3603 and 4890) and compares them with results obtained by himself and others (see VB 26, 2501; 28, 17: 30, 3798 and 3799; 32, 3659 and 4022).

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