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Heat stability of an inactivated virus vaccine against Newcastle disease.

Heat stability of an inactivated virus vaccine against Newcastle disease.

Rev. Invest. Ganad, 18, 301-306

A formolized vaccine adsorbed on aluminium hydroxide and heated at 56 degrees C. for five hours engendered immunity and neutralizing and H.I.

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