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A radioimmunoassay technique using labelled cattle anti-IgG and, as antigen, Taenia saginata ova or scoleces of Cysticercus pisiformis [? said to have been obtained experimentally in rabbits infected with T. saginata ova] was used for the diagnosis of C. bovis in cattle. The eggs proved ineffective ...

Belozerov, S. N.; Komarov, Yu. B.
Veterinariya, Moscow, USSR, No. 10, pp 35-37