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Research on foot-and-mouth disease X The tit ration of cultivated foot-and-mouth disease virus in cattle, compared with the titer of that obtained in the quantitative complement fixation test



Research on foot-and-mouth disease X The tit ration of cultivated foot-and-mouth disease virus in cattle, compared with the titer of that obtained in the quantitative complement fixation test



Amer Jour Vet Res: 455-462



A correlation between the quantity of complement fixed estimated in the quantitative complement fixation test and the method of virus titration using cattle was found. The method of standardizing the ingredients was given.

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