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A combined polyethyleneglycol immunoglobulin precipitation with the serum protein determination as a routine clinical test for estimation of the immune and nutritional status in neonatal calves

A combined polyethyleneglycol immunoglobulin precipitation with the serum protein determination as a routine clinical test for estimation of the immune and nutritional status in neonatal calves

British Veterinary Journal 138(2): 145-154

A method combining polyethyleneglycol immunoglobulin precipitation (PIP) with protein determination using Folin-Ciocalteu reagent was developed for a simultaneous determination of immunoglobulin complex and serum protein levels. It offers a single determination an insight into both the immune and nutritional status of the newborn.

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Accession: 000804559

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PMID: 7082987

DOI: 10.1016/S0007-1935(17)31136-3

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