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Volume 14, Number 6—June 2008

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Lack of Serologic Evidence of Neospora caninum in Humans, England

Catherine M. McCann*, Andrew J. Vyse†, Roland L Salmon‡, Daniel Thomas‡, Diana J.L. Williams*, John W. McGarry*, Richard Pebody†, and Alexander J. Trees*Comments to Author 
Author affiliations: *University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK; †Health Protection Agency, London, UK; ‡National Public Health Service for Wales, Cardiff, Wales, UK;

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Frequency distribution of inhibition ELISA results for Neospora caninum, England (Health Protection Agency serum samples), stratified by age group. *Equal-width bands based on log10 percentage inhibition.

Figure. Frequency distribution of inhibition ELISA results for Neospora caninum, England (Health Protection Agency serum samples), stratified by age group. *Equal-width bands based on log10 percentage inhibition.

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