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Veterinary Research Department. Annual report 1981

, : Veterinary Research Department. Annual report 1981. Veterinary Research Department Annual report 1981: 76

Inadequate financial support severely affected research programmes in 1981. Research into the immunization of goats against contagious caprine pleuropneumonia showed that vaccination with the F38 strain and incomplete Freund's adjuvant gave the best protection. The production of Brucella abortus S19 vaccine was started. The development and evaluation of serological tests for Taenia saginata and Cysticercus bovis infections continued.

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