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Newcastle disease in turkeys. Determination of the 50 per cent, lethal dose of the Herts (1933) Weybridge strain of Newcastle disease virus and the potency of B.P.L. inactvated Newcastle disease vaccine in turkeys

Newcastle disease in turkeys. Determination of the 50 per cent, lethal dose of the Herts (1933) Weybridge strain of Newcastle disease virus and the potency of B.P.L. inactvated Newcastle disease vaccine in turkeys

Vet. Rec 86: 524-527

Turkeys were as susceptible as fowls to infection with the "Herts Weybridge" strain of ND virus and the lethal dose was similar in both species. Turkeys inoculated with 50 chick protective doses of a propio-lactone-inactivated vaccine were adequately immune when challenged 16, 72 or 120 days later. When birds were vaccinated with 1: 25, 1: 50 and 1: 100 dilutions of the vaccine, the potency in turkeys was only 18% of that in fowls. In all experiments turkeys survived longer than fowls.

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