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Authors: Naveenkumar, V.
Vijayabharathi, M.
Porteen, K.
TANUVAS
Title: Comparative Efficacy and Evaluation of Serological Diagnostic Tests in Diagnosis of Bovine Brucellosis
Other Titles: Indian Veterinary Journal
Publisher: Indian Veterinary Association, Chennai
Language: en_US
Type: Article
Pages: 85-87
Volume: 95
Series/Report no.: ;10
Agrotags: Veterinary Science
Veterinary Preventive Medicine
Keywords: Veterinary Science, Veterinary Preventive Medicine, Brucellosis, Lactating cows, ELISA, Tamil Nadu
Abstract: The comparative efficacy of Rose Bengal Test (RBT), Standard Agglutination Test (STAT) and indirect Enzyme Linked Immnosorbant Assay (i-ELISA) was analysed in bovine brucellosis serodiagnosis (n=821) from various districts of Tamil Nadu. Using i-ELISA as a gold standard test, RBT and STAT showed sensitivity of 54.54 & 61.81 and specificity of 99.60 & 99.73 percent respectively. On kappa statistics with comparison to i-ELISA, RBT and STAT showed moderate (0.66) and substantial (0.73) agreement. This study concluded that STAT and RBT can be used for screening of brucellosis when i-ELISA is not possible because of its specificity and these screening tests were warranted in field level diagnosis.
Description: TNV_IVJ_Oct2018_95(10)_85-87
Issue Date: 2018-10
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