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In vitro test for the detection of turkey bluecomb coronavirus-interference against Newcastle disease virus



In vitro test for the detection of turkey bluecomb coronavirus-interference against Newcastle disease virus



American Journal of Veterinary Research 35(12): 1553-1556



Bluecomb coronavirus (BCCV) was demonstrated in an in vivo cell culture of turkey embryo intestines infected with BCCV by its interfering effect on Newcastle disease virus replication. Similar interference was not observed either in an in vitro turkey embryo intestinal cell culture infected with BCCV or in BCCV-infected turkey embryos. Autointerference was produced when Newcastle disease virus was inoculated, at low dilutions, into cell cultures of turkey embryo intestines.

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