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Serodiagnosis of Aleutian Disease Virus Infection in Mink - Short Term Stability and Long Term Consistency of Antibody Levels Measured by VP2 ELISA

Serodiagnosis of Aleutian Disease Virus Infection in Mink - Short Term Stability and Long Term Consistency of Antibody Levels Measured by VP2 ELISA

Anna-Maria Andersson*, Ann-Kristin Nyman, Per Wallgren

 

The National Veterinary Institute, SVA, Department of Animal Health and Antimicrobial Strategies, SE-751 89 Uppsala, Sweden.

E-mail: anna-maria.andersson@sva.se

 

 

Figure 1

The OD450 value as a predictor of ADV infection (seronegative/ seropositive) and AD progression defined by the albumin (A) : gamma globulin (γG) ratio in serum (A:γG)

Figure 2

Individual ADV ELISA OD450 values for 350 non-Aleutian, juvenile mink from one mink herd with a typical pattern and frequency of clinical symptoms of chronic Aleutian disease sampled repeatedly in October and February, respectively.

Veterinary Sciences: Research and Reviews

June

Vol. 6, Iss. 1, Pages 1-57

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