Interpreting Diagnostic Serology

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Diagnostics based on serological analysis have long been a complex task for veterinarians and diagnosticians alike. Serologic testing is frequently chosen, owing to the ease of blood sample collection and handling when compared to the alternative of isolation or identification of an etiological disease agent. Pathogen identification generally requires specimens of whole blood or swabs, which

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