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2005
Comparative Immunology, Micobiology and Infectious Diseases

Newcastle disease virus (NDV) specific antigen in the gut contentsand NDV specific antibody in blood circulation were seen in day old chicks belonging to nine different commercial hatcheries of Tamil Nadu, India. Antigen disappeared by 4th week and antibody by 6th week of age. Fourteen NDV isolates obtained from the gut contents of day old chicks of different comme...

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Seven hundred and ten blood samples were collected at random from commercial layers in Tamil Nadu on Whatman filter paper No. 1 instead of the conventional method of serum collection. The birds were subjected to different Newcastle diseae (ND) vaccinattion schedules and samples were collected to study the vaccinal response to ND at field level. Eluats were obtained...

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1997
Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.

Newcastle disease is a dreadful disease of poultry but accurate diagnosis of the disease almost always involves the isolation and characterisation of the virus (Alexander, 1988). For isolation of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) embryonated hens eggs (Beared and Hanson, 1981) and various cell lines like BHK-21 (French and George, 1965), Mouse L - 929 (Alexander et al....

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Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA) techniques are commonly used for diagnosis of infectious diseases and seromonitoring at flock level. Simple to use field level kits have been developed for several viral and parasitic diseases. An ELISA kit for simultaneous screening for antibodies against Newcastle disease (ND), Infectious bronchitis (IB) and Infectious bu...

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Frozen seman samples of cattle were examined by standard methods for microbial contamination. For the bacterial isolates in vitro antibiogram studies were carried out with 17 antimicrobial agents. No sensitivity was noticed to nearly all the antimicrobials tested except to amikacin, tobramycin, gentamicin and kanamycin. The results suggest that these could be added...

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1998-02
Indian Vet. J.

Haemagglutination (HA) of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) was first described by Burnet (1942) who found that this action to be inhibited by specific antiserum. HA of chicken erythrocytes (CRBC) and haemagglutination inhibition (HI) using specific antiserum is an accepted test for diagnosis of Newcastle disease (ND), since the test is sensitive, easy to perform and c...

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During the disease outbreak at Namakkal Poultry belt in 1993 Newcastle disease concentration in intestinal contents was higher compared to other organs as assessed by haemagglutination (HA) and haemagglutination inhibition tests. HA titre in three hundred and forty one Intestinal contents ranged from 0 to 1021 and 41.34% samples showed HA titre of 128 and above. N...

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