Korean Journal of Veterinary Research 1998;38(3):595-599.
Development of indirect fluorescent antibody test and the prevalence of the antibody titer for Neospora caninum of domestic animal in Korea
Young-mi Cho1, Seung-won Kang1, Eun-jin Choi1, Woo-seog Jeong1, Yong-dhuk Yoon1, Woo-suk Hwang2
1National Veterinary Research and Quarantine Services
2College of Veterinary Medicine, Seoul National University
Neospora caninum 간접형광항체진단법 개발 및 국내 가축에서의 항체가 조사
조영미1, 강승원1, 최은진1, 정우석1, 윤용덕1, 황우석2
2서울대학교 수의과대학
The present study was undertaken to develop the kit for indirect immunofluorescence antibody test(IFAT) and to investigate the prevalence of N caninum in cattle and dogs in Korea. The neo-antigen kit of IFAT developed in our laboratory was proved diagnostic efficacy by compared with the kit of veterinary medical research and development(VMRD). A survey of N caninum infections among cow and dogs in elevn areas of southern part of country was performed using a IFAT. The infection rate of 190 nationwide cattle was 8.4%(16/190) but was 75%(45/60) at P area in Chunnam province where the cattle showed the abortion repeatedly. Any of the dogs was not N caninum -positive in the Kangwon and Kyonggi areas.
Key Words: Neospora caninum, Ab titer, IFAT, protozoan parasite
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