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Response of passively immune chicks to vaccination with the Ulster 2C, B1 and LaSota strains of Newcastle disease virus



Response of passively immune chicks to vaccination with the Ulster 2C, B1 and LaSota strains of Newcastle disease virus



Veterinarski Glasnik 31(5): 387-394



The immunity obtained by vaccination with these strains was assessed by HI serum titres and the resistance to challenge with virulent virus. Ulster 2C strain did not produce stable immunity in immune chicks, but after the disappearance of passive antibodies it induced active immunity.

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