Using specific antisera prepared against heat-treated and untreated cells in a microtitre system, 7 strains of
Campylobacter fetus venerealis were examined for the presence of K-antigen. The technique was effective for
distinguishing between strains and it was found that 4 out of 7 isolates contained microcapsules, therefore being
potentially suitable for vaccine production.
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