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Comparison of Dot-ELISA with microbial culture for the detection of Brucella spp. in clinical specimens






Iranian Journal of Veterinary Research 7(3(Ser.16)): 73-75

Comparison of Dot-ELISA with microbial culture for the detection of Brucella spp. in clinical specimens

Definitive diagnosis of brucellosis is made by the isolation of the causative agent. However, this is a time-consuming procedure. To evaluate the efficacy of Dot-ELISA in detecting Brucella spp. in clinical samples, 94 different specimens of animal origin were cultured on Brucella selective culture media and the colonies were identified biochemically.


Accession: 012773502



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