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Foot and mouth disease (FMD) was investigated into sheep and goats in Khartoum State to determine the prevalence of anti-FMDV serotypes antibodies in these small ruminants. Two hundred and twelve blood serum samples were collected from different localities in Khartoum State, focusing on those co-exist with cattle in the same habitat to determine the prevalence rate of FMD serotypes. Sera were tested using Liquid Phase Blocking ELSIA (LPBE) that revealed the presence of anti-FMDV serotypes antibodies (A, O, SAT1 and SAT2). FMD virus serotype A was the most prevalent antibodies in sheep and goats (48.9% and 59.3% respectively) followed by antibodies to serotype O (35% and 49.2% respectively) and then (SAT) serotypes.

 

 
 
   
 
 

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