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Antigenic comparison of field isolates of infectious bursal disease virus with vaccine viruses by reciprocal serum neutralisation test



Antigenic comparison of field isolates of infectious bursal disease virus with vaccine viruses by reciprocal serum neutralisation test



Indian Journal of Virology 12(1): 25-28



Two field isolates of infectious bursal disease, H2 and K2, were compared with 3 vaccine viruses using varying serum-constant virus reciprocal serum neutralisation test. Antigenic relatedness of the vaccine viruses was between 0.7 and 1.0 and that between vaccine viruses and field isolates between 0.0004 and 0.0016.

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