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THE POSSIBILITY OF DETECTING BRUCELLA ANTIGENS BY MEANS OF FLUORESCENT ANTIBODIES IN GYNECOLOGY
ARMY BIOLOGICAL LABS FREDERICK MD
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The method of fluorescence of antigens was applied for detection of brucella in different tissues of pregnant and non-pregnant guinea pigs. The brucella antigen was detected intra and extra-cellular in the tissues investigated. The inhibition test and investigation of non-infectious material have shown the specificity of the method used.
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