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Inclusion of erythrocytes in the Ouchterlony tests for Plasmedium gallinaceum precipitins



Inclusion of erythrocytes in the Ouchterlony tests for Plasmedium gallinaceum precipitins



Ann. trop. Med. Parasit, 65: 131-133



Whole blood and washed r.b.c. were successfully used in gel diffusion tests for precipitins in fowls infected with Plasmodium gallinaceum. Whole blood from recovered fowls was used against serum soluble antigens and also whole blood from fowls at the peak of parasitaemia with satisfactory results. The use of whole blood was found to be just as satisfactory as extracted soluble antigens and resulted in a saving of time and effort.

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