Samples of CSF collected from 20 normal healthy calves were analysed either immediately or after having been stored for 24 hours at 4°C in the presence of 11 per cent autologous serum. There were no significant differences between the total and differential cells counts of the fresh and stored samples, but there was a positive linear correlation between them. There were some morphological changes to the nuclei of the mononuclear cells in the stored samples.

Analysis of cerebrospinal fluid from 20 calves after storage for 24 hours

D'ANGELO, Antonio;MINISCALCO, Barbara;BELLINO, Claudio;BORRELLI, Antonio;RIONDATO, Fulvio;BIOLATTI, Cristina;CAGNASSO, Aurelio
2009

Abstract

Samples of CSF collected from 20 normal healthy calves were analysed either immediately or after having been stored for 24 hours at 4°C in the presence of 11 per cent autologous serum. There were no significant differences between the total and differential cells counts of the fresh and stored samples, but there was a positive linear correlation between them. There were some morphological changes to the nuclei of the mononuclear cells in the stored samples.
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D'Angelo A; Miniscalco B; Bellino C; Bormida S; Borrelli A; Maurella C; Riondato F; Biolatti C; Cagnasso A
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