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“…7,8 FAT is faster and less expensive than IHC, and it has the advantage that it can be performed on smears or on tissues fixed in formalin for short periods of time. 1,8 IHC is particularly useful for retrospective studies by detecting the organism within lesions. 7 PCR is a very useful method for the identification of C. chauvoei in clinical samples, 9 pure cultures, or in formalinfixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues.…”
Section: Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…7,8 FAT is faster and less expensive than IHC, and it has the advantage that it can be performed on smears or on tissues fixed in formalin for short periods of time. 1,8 IHC is particularly useful for retrospective studies by detecting the organism within lesions. 7 PCR is a very useful method for the identification of C. chauvoei in clinical samples, 9 pure cultures, or in formalinfixed, paraffin-embedded (FFPE) tissues.…”
Section: Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The identification of the bacteria can be accomplished through anaerobic culture, immunodetection by a fluorescent antibody test (FAT) or immunohistochemistry (IHC), and/or PCR. 1,3,7,8,12,63 Microbial isolation is not always possible because of the difficulties in submitting samples to the laboratory, and also because not all diagnostic laboratories around the world have facilities available for anaerobic culture. 3,63 In addition, postmortem contaminants, including other fast-growing anaerobes such as C. septicum , may interfere with the isolation of C. chauvoei .…”
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“…Initial suspicion of blackleg as the cause of death in an animal is often the result of the history and postmortem lesions, along with clinical signs if observed. 1 A history of rapid onset of signs or death in young, well-nourished cattle indicates that blackleg should be included on the differential diagnosis list. 6 Often, characteristic lesions described above are present and highly suggestive of blackleg.…”
Section: Diagnosismentioning
confidence: 99%