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Studies of maternal antibodies derived from broiler breeders given a combined, absorbed, oil emulsion vaccine against infectious bursal disease and Newcastle disease



Studies of maternal antibodies derived from broiler breeders given a combined, absorbed, oil emulsion vaccine against infectious bursal disease and Newcastle disease



Revista de Medicina Veterinaria, Argentina 67(1): 26-28, 30



Serological tests on broiler chicks from parent birds aged 34-64 weeks, that had received live virus vaccines against the two viruses during growth followed by a combined, absorbed, killed vaccine at 20 weeks of age, had protective antibodies to both viruses up to 14 days of age.

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