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Evaluation of serological, histological and immunocytochemical methods for the detection of infectious bursal disease virus infection in broiler flocks in New Zealand



Evaluation of serological, histological and immunocytochemical methods for the detection of infectious bursal disease virus infection in broiler flocks in New Zealand



New Zealand Veterinary Journal 47(5): 175-179



Three diagnostic methods for the detection of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV) infection were compared. Serum samples and bursae were collected from 2 flocks from each of 2 broiler farms (Farms A and B) in which IBD had occurred or was suspected. Sera were tested using ELISA and agar gel precipitation tests for IBD antibodies. Bursae were examined histologically for evidence of IBD lesions. An immunocytochemical test was developed to detect IBDV antigens in sections of bursa.

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DOI: 10.1080/00480169.1999.36138



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