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Multivalent inactivated virus oil emulsion vaccines in broiler breeder chickens 3. trivalent newcastle disease infectious bursal disease and arthritis teno synovitis viruses vaccine in primed breeders



Multivalent inactivated virus oil emulsion vaccines in broiler breeder chickens 3. trivalent newcastle disease infectious bursal disease and arthritis teno synovitis viruses vaccine in primed breeders



Poultry Science 62(10): 1991-1997



Inactivated Newcastle disease (NDV), infectious bursal disease (IBDV) and viral arthritis/tenosynovitis (VA) viruses were incorporated into water-in-oil emulsion vaccines, either alone, in bivalent combinations, or in a trivalent vaccine. Twenty week old broiler breeder chickens that had received previous live virus vaccination with NDV, IBDV and VA were injected i.m. with the monovalent, bivalent or trivalent vaccines. The antibody titers to the antigens contained in the monovalent, bivalent or trivalent vaccines increased rapidly and peaked 4-8 wk postvaccination. The titers declined during the next 3 mo. and increased to levels equal to or higher than the initial peak values. The titers remained high through 10 mo. postvaccination. Progeny hatched at intervals thoughout the 40 wk trial possessed detectable antibody titers to the appropriate antigens incorporated into the breeder vaccine through 21 days of age.

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