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Studies on the heat stability of the haemagglutinin of various strains of Newcastle disease virus



Studies on the heat stability of the haemagglutinin of various strains of Newcastle disease virus



J. S. Afr. vet. med. Ass 23: 110-116



The difficulties of differentiating the introduced American Roakin and the Israeli Haifa N.D, virus strains from wild South African strains were discussed and a method in use, based on virulence for fowls and pigeons, was mentioned. Comparisons of the heat stability of the haemagglutinin at 56 degrees C. of the 2 introduced strains and several typical S.

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