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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


Veterinarski Glasnik 41(10): 767-773
Persistence of maternal antibodies in the yolk and serum of chicks from parents vaccinated and infected with infectious bursal disease virus
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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