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Multiplication of a velogenic strain of Newcastle disease virus in the brain of fowls not protected by antibodies, and of vaccinated fowls



Multiplication of a velogenic strain of Newcastle disease virus in the brain of fowls not protected by antibodies, and of vaccinated fowls



Atti della Societa Italiana delle Scienze Veterinarie 28: 750-754



A velogenic strain of Newcastle disease virus, injected into susceptible chickens by the intrasinus route, reached its highest titre in the brain on the 4th day. Titres fell rapidly between the 6th and 7th days (corresponding to the rapid increase of HI antibodies at this time), then remained at a low level for the following 7-day observation period.

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