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I. The isolation of infectious bursal disease virus from turkeys in England. II. Comparison of virus neutralizing and precipitating antibodies to infectious bursal disease virus and their effect on susceptibility to challenge



I. The isolation of infectious bursal disease virus from turkeys in England. II. Comparison of virus neutralizing and precipitating antibodies to infectious bursal disease virus and their effect on susceptibility to challenge



British Veterinary Journal 141(2): 141-150



Infectious bursal disease (IBD) virus from turkeys closely resembles 'TY89' which is the prototype for IBD serotype 2. Using the cell culture virus neutralization test, sera from five grandparent, 10 parent and 27 fattening flocks were all shown to contain antibodies to TY89. Four of the fattening flocks were monitored weekly from hatch. Each had maternally derived antibody which persisted to between eight and 22 days of age.

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