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Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro


, : Characterization of sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with surface antigens of Fasciola hepatica in vitro. International journal for parasitology 12(5): 467-471

Fasciola hepatica, sheep antibodies involved in precipitate formation with parasite surface antigens in vitro, characterization as to immunoglobulin class and ability to affect survival of flukes in rats, failure of fluke antigen-sheep antibody complex to immunize rats against infection

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Accession: 001053444

DOI: 10.1016/0020-7519(82)90078-9

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