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Preliminary Report on an Agar-Gel Immunodiffusion Test for Pseudorabies

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Title: Preliminary Report on an Agar-Gel Immunodiffusion Test for Pseudorabies
Author: Pfeiffer, N.E.; Schipper, I.A.
Description: Pseudorabies is a disease which may affect North Dakota hog production if infected animals are introduced to the state. The test for Pseudorabies now in use is difficult and expensive. An agar-gel immunodiffusion (AGID) antigen for Pseudorabies testing is described. Results obtained from AGID proved to be at least as reliable as the currently approved test while reducing testing time and difficulty.
Date: 1977
Subject: Animal diseases
Swine
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/4062

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