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Comparison of the slow and the ordinary complement fixation tests in bovine vibriosis and brucellosis.



Comparison of the slow and the ordinary complement fixation tests in bovine vibriosis and brucellosis.



Sborn. Trud. Leningrad, nauchno-issled. vet. Inst, 9: 43-50



The slow c.f. test for vibriosis was described by Trilenko in 1956. Antigen separated from cultures of V. fetus by filtration through a Seitz filter was concentrated to one-twentieth of its original volume by ultrafiltra-tion through a collodion filter at a vacuum of 500-600 mm. of mercury. Concentrated antigen, used in tests on 2, 407 bovine sera, proved to be highly sensitive and specific for vibriosis.

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