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Optimum conditions for the depression of complement fixation test for foot and mouth disease



Optimum conditions for the depression of complement fixation test for foot and mouth disease



Doklady Vsesoyuznoi Akademii Sel' skokhozyaistvennykh Nauk (6): 33-35



In an attempt to adapt the complement fixation inhibition test for diagnostic purposes some standardizing procedures were examined. Substitution of fresh erythrocytes from individual sheep by stabilized erythrocytes reduced the variation in haemolysin and complement titres. Full stabilization of erythrocytes occurred after storage for a week in a suitable solution.

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