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Correlation between antibody level to Newcastle disease virus in chickens immunized with different immune programs and immunization protection



Correlation between antibody level to Newcastle disease virus in chickens immunized with different immune programs and immunization protection



Chinese Journal of Veterinary Medicine 41(9): 23-25



Fifteen 40-day-old chickens with 0log2 antibody titre, twenty 20-day-old chickens with 2log2 antibody titre and ten 50-day-old chickens with 8log2 antibody titre were selected in an experiment. The above 40-day-old chickens and 20-day-old chickens were given allantoic fluid with the high virulent strain F48 E8 of Newcastle disease (ND) virus diluted at 1:1000 by per os at 0.2 ml/head and 50-day-old chickens were intravenously injected with 1:100 diluent of above allantoic fluid at 0.2 ml/head.

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