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Measurement of antibodies against foot and mouth disease virus in a crude antigen suspension and against the via antigen by the quantitative complement fixation test in buffaloes



Measurement of antibodies against foot and mouth disease virus in a crude antigen suspension and against the via antigen by the quantitative complement fixation test in buffaloes



Revista de Microbiologia 23(1): 17-23



Antibodies against viral infection associated (VIA) antigen and against crude suspensions of strains "O1" Campos, "A Venceslau," "A24" Cruzeiro and "C3" Indaial of foot-and-mouth disease virus (FMDV) acquired by natural passive immunization were measured by the complement fixation test in buffaloes. Three animals were periodical tested for the presence of antibodies from birth to 6 months of age. The results showed that it is prefectly possible to measure antibodies against the VIA antigen and against the different strains of FMDV in buffaloes with a large safety margin, a characteristic that is not observed in cattle when the direct method is utilized.

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