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1 October 1967 Chlamydia (Psittacosis) Antibody Study in White-tailed Deer
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Deer sera collected during special post-season hunts were tested for group antibody to Chlamydia (psittacosis-human pneumonitis) antigen by the complement-fixation test. The deer came from one area in Quebec Province and two areas of New York State. Over 50 percent had complement-fixation titres greater than 1 to 16. Results of these tests are given along with a discussion of their probable implications in wildlife and human health.
and JOHN G. DEBBIE "Chlamydia (Psittacosis) Antibody Study in White-tailed Deer 1," Bulletin of the Wildlife Disease Association 3(4), (1 October 1967). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-3.4.152
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