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Evaluation of the passive haemagglutination test for the diagnosis of Babesia argentina infection in cattle


, : Evaluation of the passive haemagglutination test for the diagnosis of Babesia argentina infection in cattle. Australian Veterinary Journal 50(6): 246-249

The antigen of choice was a soluble component extracted from the parasite-erythrocyte stroma mixture by sonic disintegration and filtration on Sephadex G200. This antigen was coupled by tannic acid to pyruvic aldehyde-treated sheep erythrocytes. Serum samples were tested at a dilution of 1/100, and those showing positive reactions were absorbed with unsensitised pyruvic aldehyde-treated cells and with an extract of normal bovine erythrocytes.

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