goats and complement
paris at merck.com
Mon Jun 9 12:29:54 EST 1997
WILLIAM J MANDY wrote:
> In article <970603232912_677702572 at emout09.mail.aol.com>, CURRYBROWN at aol.com says:
> Rick: Apparently goats and sheep have problems with unusually high
> levels of anti-complimentary activity. You may be better off with a
> different assay if possible. What are you testing?
> Bill ( mandywj at mail.utexas.edu )
> >Does anyone have experience with measuring complement in goat sera? Also are
> >there companies and/or universities that have a working complement assay for
I believe the University of Colorado is working with goat sera.
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