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Comparison of results of the automated complement fixation screening tests with conventional serologic tests in two dairy herds - one with recent and one with chronic brucellosis

Comparison of results of the automated complement fixation screening tests with conventional serologic tests in two dairy herds - one with recent and one with chronic brucellosis

Proceedings of the United States Animal Health Association 84: 128-135

Two calfhood vaccinated dairy herds each of about 2000 cows were studied. Herd A had been free from brucellosis until recently. Herd B was chronically infected and had been under quarantine for many years. Serum samples from both herds were tested both by routine screening methods (standard plate agglutination, card and rivanol tests), and also by automated complement fixation screening test (ACFST). Most reactors were detected by ACFST 3-10 weeks earlier than by conventional tests.

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