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Infectivity stability of Newcastle disease virus vaccine PD-113 under body heat



Infectivity stability of Newcastle disease virus vaccine PD-113 under body heat



Canadian Veterinary Journal 9(8): 189-190



The stability of infectivity of Newcastle disease virus strain PD-113 in allantoic fluid was studied. The virus lost all infectivity when held in the palm of the hand for one hour and when inside a pocket for six hours.

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