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Komarov strain of NDV was passaged serially eight times in primary pig kidney cell cultures. CPE was mainly rounding and necrosis of cells. Syncytia, vacuolation in cytoplasm and cytoplasmic processes as part of CPE could be observed while inclusions were not detectable. At the seventh passage level TCID 50 / 0.1 ml and EID 50 / 0.1 ml. were 10^5.9 and 10^5.8 respe...

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Autovaccine therapy was found successful in the treatment of udder and teat papillamatosis in a Jersey cow.

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Haemagglutination titres of pig kidney cell culture adapted Komarov strain of Newcastle disease virus were insignificant. Pathogenecity tests on the adapted virus at its eighteenth passage level pointed to attenuation of the virus from its original state. The virus at its seventh passage level was found to be safe and immunogenic in six-week old birds. The cell cul...

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Aerosol route of inoculation of the lentogenic strains of NDV in chicks with reference to production of HI antibodies was found to be superior to other routes of administration namely s/c, i/n and drinking water methods. The La Sota strain proved to be a better HI antibody producing strain than the F and CDF-66 strain of NDV. But challenge experiments showed that t...

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A modified enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (Dot ELISA) is described for visual detection of rabies antigen in animals. The test materials were dotted onto the nitrocellulose paper and allowed to react with rabies antiserum. The bound antigen--anti-body were reacted with a peroxidase conjugated antirabbit immunoglobulin. Positive reactions were easily visualized a...

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