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Non-specific reactions to the slow serum agglutination test for brucellosis and their significance in diagnosis and control of bovine brucellosis.



Non-specific reactions to the slow serum agglutination test for brucellosis and their significance in diagnosis and control of bovine brucellosis.



Arch. exp. VetMed, 17: 859-875



Of 87, 837 blood samples from a brucella-free area, 765 (0.9%) gave low positive or doubtful reactions to the agglutination test. Despite the total absence of clin, symptoms and subsequent negative flocculation and c.f. reactions, existing regulations do not permit declaration of such animals as free from brucellosis.

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