Reverse passive haemagglutination test in the diagnosis of infectious bursal disease

@article{Nachimuthu1995ReversePH,
  title={Reverse passive haemagglutination test in the diagnosis of infectious bursal disease},
  author={K. Nachimuthu and Gopal Dhinakar Raj and Ardhanary Thangavelu and R. A. Venkatesan},
  journal={Tropical Animal Health and Production},
  year={1995},
  volume={27},
  pages={43-46}
}
The reverse passive haemagglutination test (RPHA) was used to detect infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus antigen in various organs of experimentally infected chickens and field cases. The results of RPHA were compared with those of agar gel immunodiffusion (AGID) and latex agglutination (LAT) tests. IBD antigen was detected in 86.4%, 80.4% and 80.5% of different organs by RHPA, LAT and AGID respectively. Although the differences are not statistically significant, the LAT is recommended… CONTINUE READING

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