volume 23, issue 2, P193-196 1993
DOI: 10.1590/s0103-84781993000200014
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Abstract: A herd of cattle (Holstein-Zebu crosses) was screened every two months by ELISA during a period of two years for IgG antibodies against 19 infectious disease agents. Two hundred and ninety five sera were collected from 157 young animals (0-4 months of age), 1037 sera from 292 developing animals (4-36 months of age) and 1468 sera from 259 producing animals (> 36 months of age). The results indicate that the difference in ELISA between positive and negative tests is associated with the overall prevalence of p…

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