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The use of bovine polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies and of murine monoclonal antibodies against PMSG for passive immunization in cattle. A comparative study and some preliminary results



The use of bovine polyclonal and monoclonal antibodies and of murine monoclonal antibodies against PMSG for passive immunization in cattle. A comparative study and some preliminary results



Rapport Instituut voor Veeteeltkundig Onderzoek ' Schoonoord' ( B-308): 37pp.



Holstein X Dutch Friesian heifers (2 animals per treatment) were injected with (1) murine monoclonal antibody against PMSG (mMCA), (2) mMCA + 3000 IU PMSG, (3) bovine polyclonal antiserum against PMSG (bPCA), (4) bPCA + 3000 IU PMSG; (5) bovine monoclonal antibody against PMSG (bMCA), or (6) bMCA + 3000 IU PMSG.

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