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Volume 18, Number 9—September 2012

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Schmallenberg Virus in Domestic Cattle, Belgium, 2012

Mutien-Marie Garigliany1, Calixte Bayrou1, Déborah Kleijnen, Dominique Cassart, and Daniel DesmechtComments to Author 
Author affiliations: University of Liège, Liège, Belgium

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Figure 2

Frequency distribution of the results yielded by indirect ELISA for detecting IgG targeting recombinant nucleoprotein of the emerging Schmallenberg virus in serum samples from 519 cows, Belgium, 2012. Results are expressed as percentages of the reference signal yielded by the kit positive control serum, with serologic status defined as negative (<60%), doubtful (>60% and <70%), or positive (>70%) by the manufacturer.

Figure 2. . . Frequency distribution of the results yielded by indirect ELISA for detecting IgG targeting recombinant nucleoprotein of the emerging Schmallenberg virus in serum samples from 519 cows, Belgium, 2012. Results are expressed as percentages of the reference signal yielded by the kit positive control serum, with serologic status defined as negative (<60%), doubtful (>60% and <70%), or positive (>70%) by the manufacturer.

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1These authors contributed equally to this article.

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