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Detection of bovine leukosis virus antigen in newborn calves, serologically negative in the immunodiffusion test, from cows serologically positive for leukosis

Detection of bovine leukosis virus antigen in newborn calves, serologically negative in the immunodiffusion test, from cows serologically positive for leukosis

Monatshefte fur Veterinarmedizin 43(19-20): 702-704

Several tests were applied to a group of 150 newborn, immunodiffusion test-negative calves from cows with positive haematoserological response to leukosis, prior to first uptake of colostrum. Included in the approach were a serological gp51-antibody radioimmunoassay (RIA) as well as competitive p24 RIA to detect BLV. BLV-p24 antigen and/or BLV-gp51 antibodies were recorded from 48 animals (32%).

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