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A trial at cutaneous allergy test for salmonellosis

A trial at cutaneous allergy test for salmonellosis

Veterinarski Glasnik 43(11): 1049-1051

Salmonellosis is a great problem of sheep and poultry production with a tendency to increase year after year. The number of animals diseased with salmonellosis keeps increasing and so is the number of humans infested with these microorganisms. The present study was designed for immunization of experimental animals (rabbit) to be followed by cutaneous allergy test with the prepared allergen. The study was first made with the culture of Salmonella typthypimurium. Tests with other Salmonella species are in progress. The allergic reactions of the skin were read at 24, 48 and 72-hour intervals. At 24 and 48 hours, the oedema and redness of the skin were observed, or a limited oedema and redness at 72 hours. The control group of rabbits showed no reaction to the injected allergen.

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