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The serology of Newcastle disease virus infection. I. The reaction between various sera and the virus. II. The antigenic relationships of Newcastle virus. III. Prevalence of antibody against Newcastle in individuals closely exposed to the virus and in the absence of conjunctivitis



The serology of Newcastle disease virus infection. I. The reaction between various sera and the virus. II. The antigenic relationships of Newcastle virus. III. Prevalence of antibody against Newcastle in individuals closely exposed to the virus and in the absence of conjunctivitis



J.Immunol 76: 342-847; 348-351; 352-356



Neutralization of Newcastle disease virus in chick embryos by chicken, rabbit and human sera revealed differences in action between the three species. Chicken serum had a greater protective action than human or rabbit serum. Cross-neutralization between the viruses of mumps and N.D. did not occur with serum from rabbits and chickens, but mumps virus was neutralized by some human sera having a high titre of N.D. antibodies.

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