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1 July 1972 MARBLE SPLEEN DISEASE IN RING-NECKED PHEASANTS: DEMONSTRATION OF AGAR GEL PRECIPITIN ANTIBODY IN PHEASANTS FROM AN INFECTED FLOCK
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Agar gel precipitin (AGP) antibody was detected in 31 of 283 (11%) pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) serum samples using antigen prepared with spleen tissue from a pheasant dying of marble spleen disease (MSD). These same serum samples failed to react with normal pheasant spleen or antigens of chick embryo lethal orphan (CELO) virus or Marek's disease virus.

JAKOWSKI and WYAND: MARBLE SPLEEN DISEASE IN RING-NECKED PHEASANTS: DEMONSTRATION OF AGAR GEL PRECIPITIN ANTIBODY IN PHEASANTS FROM AN INFECTED FLOCK
R. M. JAKOWSKI and D. S. WYAND "MARBLE SPLEEN DISEASE IN RING-NECKED PHEASANTS: DEMONSTRATION OF AGAR GEL PRECIPITIN ANTIBODY IN PHEASANTS FROM AN INFECTED FLOCK," Journal of Wildlife Diseases 8(3), 261-263, (1 July 1972). https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-8.3.261
Received: 13 January 1972; Published: 1 July 1972
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