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The primary immune response of brown trout salmo trutta to injection with cellular antigens


Journal of Fish Biology 10(1): 63-72
The primary immune response of brown trout salmo trutta to injection with cellular antigens
The primary immune response of brown trout was studied after injections of 2 cellular antigens, Salmonella typhi H, flagellar antigen d and human group O Rh+ red blood cells. Both i.p. and i.m. injections were employed. Agglutinins and complement-fixing antibodies were produced to S. typhi and hemagglutinins were produced against human O red blood cells. Maximum titers to S. typhi were reached after 49 days in the case of agglutinins and complement-fixing antibody. Hemagglutinins reached a maximum value of 1:512 between 35 and 42 days. Hemagglutinins to human O red blood cells were detected as early as 7 days after injection. Antibodies against S. typhi were found after 14 days. Natural hemolysins were present against horse, sheep and human groups A, B and AB but not with group O. No natural hemagglutinins were present to the 6 types of red bood cells tested. No precipitins were detected to S. typhi or human O red blood cells by immunodiffusion.

Accession: 006740732

DOI: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.1977.tb04042.x

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