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Viscerotropic velogenic Newcastle disease in turkeys: immune response following vaccination with either viable B1 strain or inactivated vaccine



Viscerotropic velogenic Newcastle disease in turkeys: immune response following vaccination with either viable B1 strain or inactivated vaccine



Avian Diseases 19(1): 19-30



When used as a vaccine, live lentogenic B1 NDV protects turkeys against challenge-exposure to viscerotropic velogenic NDV (VVNDV). Poults with a low degree of passive immunity were vaccinated one, two, or three times at various intervals and their immunity challenged at various times from 1 to 10 months of age.

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