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Detection of antibodies against infectious bursal disease virus: a comparison of three serological methods



Detection of antibodies against infectious bursal disease virus: a comparison of three serological methods



Research in Veterinary Science 38(2): 189-192



Four different oil emulsion infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) vaccines were inoculated into four-week-old SPF chickens. At weekly intervals for five weeks, serum was obtained from the vaccinated birds and from uninoculated control birds and examined for antibodies against IBDV by enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), the quantitative agar gel precipitin (QAGP) test and the virus neutralization (VN) test.

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