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Multivalent inactivated virus oil emulsion vaccines in broiler breeder chickens. I. Newcastle disease virus and infectious bursal disease virus bivalent vaccines. II. Trivalent vaccines in breeders not previously vaccinated with live Newcastle disease, infectious bursal disease, and tenosynovitis vaccines. III. Trivalent Newcastle disease, infectious bursal disease, and arthritis/tenosynovitis viruses vaccine in primed breeders



Multivalent inactivated virus oil emulsion vaccines in broiler breeder chickens. I. Newcastle disease virus and infectious bursal disease virus bivalent vaccines. II. Trivalent vaccines in breeders not previously vaccinated with live Newcastle disease, infectious bursal disease, and tenosynovitis vaccines. III. Trivalent Newcastle disease, infectious bursal disease, and arthritis/tenosynovitis viruses vaccine in primed breeders



Poultry Science 62(10): 1978-1997



Inactivated Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) were incorporated into water-in-oil emulsion vaccines alone or as a bivalent vaccine. Twenty-week-old broiler breeder chickens that had received previous live virus vaccination with NDV and IBDV were injected i/m with the monovalent or bivalent vaccine. The antibody titres to either the monovalent vaccine or bivalent vaccine increased rapidly and then remained high during the 40-week trial.

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