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The pathogenesis of infection with a virulent and an avirulent strain of Newcastle disease virus in the chicken. I. Comparative rates of viral multiplication



The pathogenesis of infection with a virulent and an avirulent strain of Newcastle disease virus in the chicken. I. Comparative rates of viral multiplication



Jour Exptl Med 93(3): 267-284



The comparative growth rates of a virulent (CG179) and an avirulent (B) strain of NDV in the chicken were analyzed. Following intramusc. inoculation, the CG179 and B strains both increased at the same rate in the extraneural tissues; i.e., the blood, lung, rectum, and spleen, but the CG179 strain showed an accelerated growth rate in the brain. The CG179 strain also multiplied more rapidly in the brain than the B strain following intracerebral admn. of minimal inocula. Recovery with the B strain was associated with a decline in virus titer, first in the circulating blood, then in the visceral organs, and lastly in the central nervous system. Certain neuropathological observations were correlated with the pattern of virus growth.

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