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effective vaccines have been developed, CPV-2 remains a major cause of canine mortality in susceptible dogs. Puppies in their first year of life that have not been immunized due to either vaccine blockage by maternally derived antibody 2 , 3 or lack of

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local antibody responses and detection of BRSV, BHV-1, H somni , Mannheimia haemolytica , Pasteurella multocida , and Mycoplasma bovis . Table 1 Timeline, study procedures, and housing. Time point Procedures Other 2-months

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nondomestic animals to assess disease susceptibility, determine response to vaccination, or identify protective antibody titers. Such programs, therefore, are often determined empirically, with vaccines used in an extralabel manner. 5 Rabies vaccination has

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S neurona sporocysts shed by infected opossums ( Didelphis spp). 3 Presently, there is no laboratory test that conclusively establishes the diagnosis of EPM prior to death. Since 1992, several different antibody-based tests have been introduced

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antibodies against S neurona, N hughesi , or both develop EPM, and although stress is thought to contribute to disease development, factors related to the transition from parasite infection to clinical signs are still mostly unknown. 6,7 Current validated

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manufacturers and in the vaccination guidelines of the AAEP. 3 Research in several animal species indicates that the primary correlate of protection against rabies is the presence of neutralizing antibody in serum. 4 The humoral immune response to rabies

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serovar is the basic taxon of Leptospira organisms, and serovars are classically defined on the basis of surface antigens, although molecular methods to differentiate serovars are also available. 2 Detection of antibodies against the surface antigens of

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analyses, virus isolation, direct electron microscopy, fluorescent antibody examination, and reverse transcriptase–PCR assays were attempted on autolyzed fetal tissues and frozen ETCs, as described elsewhere. 15,17 , a Antibody testing —A validated

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CrCL rupture. 13–17 Cartilage is the primary target of autoimmune joint destruction in humans with rheumatoid arthritis. Several investigations 18–24 have revealed a high prevalence of antibodies against collagen type I and type II in serum, SF, and

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vaccine sold. Various authors have suggested that horses with high serum SeM-specific antibody titers may be predisposed to developing purpura hemorrhagica when vaccinated against S equi , 1,7 and a recent consensus statement 1 from the American

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