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The microplate agglutination test: a simple technique to assist in the differentiation of bovine brucellosis and yersiniosis
  1. KR Mittal and
  2. IR Tizard

Abstract

Triphenyltetrazolium chloride stained Brucella abortus 0 and Yersinia enterocolitica 09 0 and 0H antigens were used in the microplate agglutination test. It was shown that the results of these tests could be used to differentiate anti-brucella antibodies from antibodies induced by motile Y enterocolitica 09 in cattle sera.

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