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Abstract

Automated analytical equipment ("BN 100") gave results for haptoglobin comparable to methaemoglobin-binding capacity assay. Values averaged <9 mg/dl in 39 cattle, 49 mg/dl in 30 horses and 39 mg/dl in 44 pigs. Tests on 194 cattle showed that haptoglobin concentration increased during inflammatory diseases.

Author(s)
Lipperheide, C.; Gothe, C.; Petersen, B.; Sommer, H.
Citation
Tierärztliche Umschau, 1997, 52, 7, pp 420-422, 425-426