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Differences in virulence and protection induction among isolates of Babesia bigemina derived from in vitro culture



Differences in virulence and protection induction among isolates of Babesia bigemina derived from in vitro culture



Tecnica Pecuaria en Mexico 1991; 28(2): 51-61



The virulence and immunogenicity for cattle of a Mexican field isolate of B. bigemina maintained by passage in calves was compared with those of another Mexican isolate that had been propagated continuously in vitro and one subculture and one clone of the latter isolate; these two had been irradiated with 7 krads and maintained continuously in vitro. Only the field isolate maintained in vivo produced clinical disease in cattle.

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