Zenia Hernandez

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The dot-ELISA reaction was used to study the dynamics of IgG titers in cattle naturally infected with Fasciola hepatica after anthelmintic treatment and during reinfection. Excretion/secretion products (ES) of the parasite were used as antigens for the dot-ELISA. IgG antibodies were no longer detectable by dot-ELISA, 4-6 months after nine animals received(More)
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