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Persistence of maternal antibodies in the yolk and serum of chicks from parents vaccinated and infected with infectious bursal disease virus



Persistence of maternal antibodies in the yolk and serum of chicks from parents vaccinated and infected with infectious bursal disease virus



Veterinarski Glasnik 41(10): 767-773



Seventeen-day-old chicks were vaccinated, either by mouth or s.c., with a live infectious bursal disease (IBD) agent modified in CEF culture; others were vaccinated similarly at 25 days of age, then revaccinated with an oil-adjuvant vaccine at 17 weeks of age. All were challenged with IBD virus at 25 weeks. Eggs were subsequently collected from all these birds, 2-5 weeks after infection. Serum neutralizing antibodies were higher in yolk than in the serum of both parents and offspring.

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