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Serum immunoglobulins in artic foxes naturally infected with distemper virus



Serum immunoglobulins in artic foxes naturally infected with distemper virus



Medycyna Weterynaryjna 47(5): 204-207



In studies of 32 female artic blue foxes, 2-4 years of age, 12 were clinically ill, 10 suspected of distemper and 2 were healthy. A significant increase in IgM in days 1-10 and a decrease in IgG and IgA between days 4-7 after natural infection were observed.

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