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Studies on serological differentiation of heated animal proteins

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Tammemagi, L. (1955) Studies on serological differentiation of heated animal proteins. Queensland Journal of Agricultural Science, 12 (3). pp. 69-79.



The technique of preparing antisera heat-alkali-treated serum-antigens is described together with the elimination of cross-reacting "heat"-antibodies from such antisera. The prepared antisera showed a rather low potency against normal sera but possessed a high sensitivity against serum-antigens heated from 70 degrees to 100 degrees C. The absorbed (specific) antisera, however, were less satisfactory for differentiation of NaOH-extracted "insoluble" (boiled and powdered) serum-proteins than the unabsorbed (non-specific) antisera, and both failed completely to give precipitin reactions with cooked meat-proteins.

Item Type:Article
Corporate Creators:Department of Agriculture and Fisheries, Queensland
Subjects:Agriculture > Agriculture (General) > Agricultural chemistry. Agricultural chemicals
Animal culture > Horses
Animal culture > Cattle > Meat production
Live Archive:17 Jun 2024 02:16
Last Modified:17 Jun 2024 02:16

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