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Effect of temperature on the haemagglutinating activity and infectivity of certain strains of Newcastle disease virus. II. Changes of haemagglutinating activity and infectivity of virus strains stored at different temperatures



Effect of temperature on the haemagglutinating activity and infectivity of certain strains of Newcastle disease virus. II. Changes of haemagglutinating activity and infectivity of virus strains stored at different temperatures



Vet. Med, Praha 13: 83-92



Three lentogenic strains (Hitchner, La Sota, Asplin), 4 mesogenic strains (Roakin, Lederle, Hertfordshire, Komarov) and 2 virulent strains were stored at 37 degrees C, 4 degrees C and between minus 10 degrees and minus 15 degrees. During storage at 37 degrees most of the infectivity was lost by the 10th day. A 30 days' storage resulted in a decrease by 102.2 to 106.6 TCID50/0.1 ml in all strains.

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