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Observations of vaccination procedures using an inactivated binary vaccine for Newcastle disease and IBD



Observations of vaccination procedures using an inactivated binary vaccine for Newcastle disease and IBD



Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine 25(3): 17



An inactivated oil adjuvanted vaccine against Newcastle disease (ND) and IBD (infectious bursal disease?) was prepared using local virus strains. Immunization of chicken flocks in 4 regions with this vaccine resulted in an outbreak of IBD in only one flock of 500 chickens. Vaccination with 2 control vaccines resulted in more frequent outbreaks of ND and IBD.

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