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SUMMARY: Fluorescent antisera to a number of isolates of rumen bacteria have been prepared and used to demonstrate the presence of these organisms in rumen contents. The serological tests for a specific organism in rumen contents of a number of calves agree with the isolations of this organism from the same sources. A mieroseope suitable for this work, the preparation and purification of antisera and the preparation of specimens is described.

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