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Prevalence of antibodies against foot-and-mouth disease virus-infection-associated antigen (VIA) in cattle of the Paraguayan Chaco
[Introduction] The present work evaluates the usefulness of the VIA test in detecting past FMDV infections in large cattle populations.
Vaccines against foot-and-mouth disease in virus produced in cell cultures with bovine serum treated with polyethyeneglycol (PEG)
Barteling (4) described the use of serum from cattle vaccinated against foot-and-mouth disease (FMD), from which antibodies and other factors which inhibit the replication of virus had been removed by precipitation with ...
Plaque reduction neutralization test for the assay of antibodies against foot-and-mouth disease: brief report
The plaque reduction neutralization (PRN) test for the study of foot-and-mouth disease was described by McVicar et al. (4). They used secondary bovine kidney cell cultures grown for 6 days in disposable plastic plates and ...
Oil adjuvanted vaccine: immunological coverage of representative strains of foot-and-mouth disease type A virus in South America
This report shows the results of a cross-immunity test in cattle, using representative field samples as well as those used in vaccine production in South America.