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New aspects of the serological investigation of bovine babesiosis and anaplasmosis by means of the micro-techniques of complement fixation and capillary agglutination



New aspects of the serological investigation of bovine babesiosis and anaplasmosis by means of the micro-techniques of complement fixation and capillary agglutination



Revista Cubana de Ciencias Veterinarias 9(1): 87-94



Tests were made on the sera of 10 847 young cattle from different parts of Cuba. With Babesia argentina as antigen, 13.8% were positive by capillary agglutination and 14.8% by complement fixation. With B. bigemina antigen the corresponding figures were 13.6% and 14.3%.

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