Liisa Auer

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  • L A Auer
  • Australian veterinary journal
  • 1987
An indirect enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) using an unpurified antigen was assessed for its accuracy in detecting Mycobacterium bovis infected cattle. The ELISA test recorded sensitivities of 88.7% and 63%, respectively, for infected cattle tuberculin tested positive and for infected cattle never tuberculin tested. Specificity was determined at(More)
Nowadays open source is widely used approach to software development. In Finland the government is also encouraging communities to use open source software instead of closed software. Requirements for the future professionals are becoming more complex and transforming rapidly. Internet and Web 2.0 are changing the way people learn and work. Higher(More)
An indirect anti-IgG enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) using a whole cell sonicate of Mycobacterium bovis as the coating antigen, was used to detect anti-mycobacterial antibodies in cattle not infected with M. bovis. False positive M. bovis ELISA scores were produced in 6 cattle experimentally inoculated with Mycobacterium(More)
By relating health care resources and their use to health outcomes, through a coherent macro resource allocation framework, one can examine the health care system for allocative efficiencies. In this article, costs and outcomes are analyzed in such a framework, scenarios for optimizing the use of health care resources--while still maintaining existing(More)
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