K. Matheswaran

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A single-serum dilution ELISA for egg drop syndrome (EDS) virus-specific antibodies was developed. In testing 425 chicken sera it was found to have a 93.6% sensitivity and 98.7% specificity relative to a hemagglutination inhibition (HI) test. The correlation coefficient for ELISA and HI titers was 0.793. The ELISA was efficacious in quantification of both(More)
Mouse monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) were produced against an Indian isolate of egg drop syndrome (EDS) virus and characterized. Four hybridoma clones were secreting mAbs that bound to a 100 kDa protein, presumably the hexon protein. These mAbs were found to cross-react with two other Indian isolates of EDS virus and to the reference UK 127 strain. Three of(More)
Buffalo colostrum caused lysis of unsensitized red blood cells (RBC) from sheep, goats, rabbits and chickens. RBC from cattle and buffalo were resistant to lysis. That lysis was due to the presence of natural antibodies to these RBC was ruled out since there was no reduction in haemolytic titres even after adsorption with the respective RBC. The addition of(More)
Monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) against bovine lymphocyte cell surface antigens namely, MHC Class I, MHC class II (DP, DQ and DR), CD3, CD4, CD8, gamma delta TCR, WC1N1 and WC1N2, were tested for their reactivity on apparently normal buffalo mononuclear cells prepared from spleen, lymph nodes and peripheral blood. All the mAbs cross-reacted with the buffalo(More)
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