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Abstract

guineapig 19S precipitating antibody is able to differentiate between antigenic variants of F & M disease virus, but the 7S antibody cannot. To find out if neutralizing antibody behaved similarly, serum samples were obtained from cattle and g.pigs at intervals beginning one day after inoculation of ...

Author(s)
Wagner, G. G.; Cowan, K. M.
Publisher
Anim. Dis. Lab., Plum Island, Greenport, New York 11944,
Citation
Federation Proceedings. Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology, 1970, 29, pp 435
Abstract

Neutralization studies indicated that 19S guineapig antibodies to FMDV were capable of differentiating two antigenic variants of the virus, whereas 7S guineapig antibodies and 19S or 7S bovine antibodies were not. Absorption experiments demonstrated that the activity unique to the 19S guineapig...

Author(s)
Wagner, G. G.; Cowan, K. M.
Citation
Journal of Immunology, 1971, 106, pp 656-660