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Study of experimental and natural Encephalitozoon cuniculi infections in rabbits by 3 serological methods



Study of experimental and natural Encephalitozoon cuniculi infections in rabbits by 3 serological methods



Untersuchungen von experimentellen und spontanen Encephalitozoon cuniculi Infektionen bei Kaninchen mit drei serologischen Methoden: 56



The humoral immune response to experimental E. cuniculi infection was studied in 6 rabbits by the India-ink immunoreaction (IIR), indirect immunofluorescence (IFAT) for IgM and IFAT for IgG, for 68 days. Following a latent period of 13 to 28 days, antibodies appeared and rose sharply in 2 to 4 weeks to a maximum titre of 1:40 to 1:1280 and disappeared or decreased sharply by day 45 to 68, except in one rabbit. These rabbits, and also naturally infected ones, appeared clinically healthy.

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