Figure 1.

Comparison of CIRAD CFT and cELISA-based curves showing the antibody response of animals from Panel 2. Animals from the Short-term Afadé trial were characterised by CFT (bars) and cELISA (curves). Horizontal lines represent the cut-off values of CFT (dilution 1:10, 100% inhibition of haemolysis) and cELISA (50% inhibition), respectively. The assignment of letters and symbols to the respective animals is given in the right-hand column. A: Early high responders (according to CFT), B: Late high responders, C: Low responders. Missing bars at later time points indicate that the respective animal died or had to be removed prematurely.

Schubert et al. BMC Veterinary Research 2011 7:72   doi:10.1186/1746-6148-7-72
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