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Veterinary Archives, Vol.70. No.3 June 2000. -

C-reactive protein CRP has been shown to be an important part of acute phase reaction in domestic mammals. We investigated the presence of CRP in Slovenian sheep in order to obtain a better understanding of the distribution of CRP in ovine species. The reference sample comprised fifty-two clinically healthy female sheep 14 Solča breed and 38 Bovško breed, aged between six months and four years. Assay for CRP was carried out in blood serum using a turbidimetric immunoassay TIA with rabbit polyclonal antibodies against human CRP molecule. Values for CRP ranged between 0.000 and 13.600 mg-l, while concentration of CRP overall mean±s.e.m. was 6.280±0.429 mg-l. Sample reference limits 95% confidence interval were between 0.086 and 12.474 mg-l. Mean CRP concentrations for both breeds were 5.235±0.429 for Bovško sheep and 9.115±0.647 mg-l for Solča sheep, respectively P



Author: Igor Vojtic - ; Biotechnology Research Centre, Veterinary Hospital, Maribor, Slovenia Stanislav Krajnc - ; Biotechnology Research

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