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The pathogenesis of infection with a virulent (CG 179) and an avirulent (B) strain of Newcastle disease virus in the chicken. I. Comparative rates of viral multiplication



The pathogenesis of infection with a virulent (CG 179) and an avirulent (B) strain of Newcastle disease virus in the chicken. I. Comparative rates of viral multiplication



Journal of Experimental Medicine 93(3): 267-284



II. Circulating antibody appeared in the convalescing NDV-infected chicken concomit-antly with the disappearance of virus from the tissues. The antigenic response to the CG 179 and B strains was demonstrated to be approximately equal. The neutralization test in the embryo and the haemagglutination inhibition technique yielded parallel results in the measurement of antibody early in convalescence, but late in convalescence the haemagglutination inhibition titres were relatively lower.

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DOI: 10.1084/jem.93.3.267


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