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Comparison between micro and tube virus neutralization tests for detection of serological responses to infectious bursal disease virus following vaccination



Comparison between micro and tube virus neutralization tests for detection of serological responses to infectious bursal disease virus following vaccination



Archives de l' Institut Razi ( 46/47): 101-107



Micro-Virus Neutralization (MVN) was used to measure antibody titres in the sera from White Leghorn specific pathogen-free and a flock of commercial broiler chickens that had been immunized with a tissue culture adapted IBD, intermediate Strain LZD-228TC, live vaccine. The level of antibody titres, obtained by MVN were compared with the antibody titres found by the tube-virus neutralization test.

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