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The use of plastic card for storage of the large number of serum samples tested in poultry practice was pioneered by Paul McMullin in 1982. The commercial product is now made from 4mm thick polypropylene card and is supplied in lengths of 1 metre pre-sealed on one side.
Serum storage cards - for historical interest the original article from Avian Diseases with some really terrible photographs!
General Information on obtaining, handling and storing serum samples. including some better photographs, from RCVS Diploma in Poultry Medicine and Production dissertation.
To contact the manufacturer:http://www.serastore.co.uk