Applications of enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay in veterinary medicine: a bibliography

Veterinary Research Communications
S Charan, O P Gautam


During the last decade enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay has been a technique of major interest to those engaged in immunodiagnostics of human and animal diseases. Owing to its simplicity, specificity and sensitivity it has taken precedence over other conventional assays, including radioimmunoassay on the grounds of freedom from radiation hazards. Many applications of this assay have been developed in veterinary medicine and they are listed in this article.


Feb 1, 1975·Journal of Immunological Methods·R MaioliniR Masseyeff
Jun 1, 1978·Journal of Clinical Pathology·A VollerD E Bidwell
Nov 1, 1977·Journal of Clinical Microbiology·D J Ellens, P W de Leeuw
Jun 1, 1978·The Journal of Hygiene·E M Abu Elzein, J R Crowther
Mar 1, 1979·The Journal of General Virology·J R Crowther, E M Abu-el Zein
Jun 30, 1979·The Veterinary Record·D J Houwers, A L Gielkens
Mar 1, 1979·Journal of Clinical Pathology·D H de SavignyA W Woodruff
Nov 11, 1978·The Veterinary Record·D E BidwellR E Purnell
Jan 6, 1979·The Veterinary Record·J A MorrisT W Little
Aug 1, 1979·The Journal of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry : Official Journal of the Histochemistry Society·A J O'Beirne, H R Cooper
Oct 13, 1979·The Veterinary Record·R W Gee
Nov 15, 1977·Clinica Chimica Acta; International Journal of Clinical Chemistry·A H Schuurs, B K Van Weemen
Aug 19, 1978·The Veterinary Record·B E RucksanG Lewis
Feb 1, 1980·Journal of Medical Microbiology·J T Magee
May 1, 1982·The British Veterinary Journal·C Hamblin, J R Crowther
Sep 1, 1982·Veterinary Microbiology·T SuzukiT Samejima
Jan 1, 1980·Journal of Immunological Methods·Z ReggiardoL Schnaper
Jun 1, 1980·Journal of Clinical Microbiology·T M LinG R O'Connor
May 1, 1981·Journal of Reproduction and Fertility·K I Arnstadt, W F Cleere
May 1, 1981·Tropical Animal Health and Production·P B RossitterP Holmes
Oct 1, 1982·Journal of Biological Standardization·V FuentesJ Orfila
Aug 1, 1980·Tropical Animal Health and Production·R S SilayoA G Luckins
Jan 1, 1981·Avian Pathology : Journal of the W.V.P.A·A P Mockett, J H Darbyshire

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May 1, 1992·Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of veterinary medicine. Series B·A AfsharJ Bossé
Aug 1, 1989·Zentralblatt für Veterinärmedizin. Reihe B. Journal of veterinary medicine. Series B·G Cecchini, O B Kasali
May 1, 1988·Journal of Clinical Microbiology·D ArchambaultJ E Dahlberg
Mar 1, 1986·Journal of Clinical Microbiology·A AfsharG C Dulac

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