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uptake by the reticuloendothelial system. 1–3 The most common Ig isotype associated with IMHA in dogs is reported to be IgG. 1,3–6 Antibodies of this class (IgG) are poor activators of the complement pathway but are readily recognized by Fc receptors on

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reported here was to characterize the magnitude and duration of the antibody response to HA in critically ill and healthy dogs. To assess the antibody response, we developed an ELISA to detect anti-HA IgG in canine serum. Materials and Methods Dogs

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-VapA IgG 1 , IgG 4/7 , and IgA activities by ELISA and cell-mediated immunity by ELISpot. In vitro evaluation of mRNA constructs Equine bronchial epithelial cells (EBECs) and bronchial fibroblasts (EBFs) were harvested postmortem from 4 adult

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mastitis caused by gram-negative pathogens during the first 3 months of lactation. Additionally, a higher serum anti-J5 IgG concentration was found to be associated with a lower incidence of clinical coliform mastitis, 8 and cattle vaccinated with a J5

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after first feeding were significantly different. However, the same study 8 found no significant differences between serum IgG concentrations from calves fed equal amounts of colostral IgG mass by use of an NB or OET. A limitation to the study by Adams

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separated from whole blood via centrifugation, and specimens were transported to the Kenya Medical Research Institute/CDC laboratory in Nairobi. Serum specimens were stored at −80°C until serologic testing began. Detection of antibodies (IgM and IgG) against

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important immunoglobulins that will provide protective immunity during the first few weeks after birth. In calves, a serum IgG concentration ≥ 1,000 mg/dL is indicative of successful passive transfer of immunity. 2 Failure of passive transfer continues to

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preferred for safety and efficacy, a whole immunoglobulin (IgG) product or product containing only the F(ab')2 or Fab portion. The process of crotalid antivenom preparation, although complicated, has been well described in the scientific literature. 7

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test was used to determine whether group (COM vs OSA) was significantly associated with radiographic appearance (lytic, proliferative, or mixed). Changes in IgG titers over time were evaluated with a Wilcoxon matched-pairs signed rank test. All analyses

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