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2003
Poultry Science Association, Inc.

Seventy-five unvaccinated chickens were divided into three equal groups. Chickens in group A received RDVF [Lentogenic strain of Newcastle disease virus (NDV)] vaccine oculonasally at 7 d of age and through drinking water at 4 wk of age. Chickens in group B were vaccinated with LaSota (Lentogenic strain of NDV) in the same way. Group C birds were kept as unvaccinat...

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Article
1996
Journal of Veterinary and Animal Sciences.

Maternal antibody levels were estimated in day old chicks and the values are reported.

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Article
1997-11
Indian Journal of Animal Sciences

Diagnosis of Newcastle disease (ND) in poultry depends on isolation and characterization of the virus (Alexander 1988). For diagnosis, it is sufficient to demonstrate that infection with Newcastle disease virus (NDV) has taken place and in this situation the infecting strain and its virulence are of no significance (Alexander 1988). Under such circumstances, fluore...

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Seromonitoring of layer flocks using egg yolk is economically feasible (Piela et al., 1984). The chloroform extraction procedure enables eggs yolks to be used for antibody estimation by haemagglutination inhibition (HI) test (Piela et al., 1984). The present paper describes the use of Brij-35 (Polyoxy ethylene 23 lauryl ether) solution in egg yolks before use in th...

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Article
2000
Veterinary Research Communications

During 1993, outbreaks of Newcastle disease occurred on many farms in Tamilnadu, India. Six Newcastle disease virus (NDV) isolates were obtained from the chickens on five different farms and from the hbirds on one duck farm during outbreaks of the disease. All the isolates were characterized as velogenic, based on the mean death time, intravenous pathogenicity inde...

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Article

Newcastle disease (ND) is widely prevalent in India and other developing countries. Prompt diagnosis of ND in remote areas is not always possible due to lack of laboratory facilityes, and proper control measures may not be undertaken at the right time leading to heavy economic loss to poultry farmers. Hence, prompt diagnosis of ND at field level is important to con...

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Article

Fifty four blood samples were collected on whatman No.1 filter paper from commercial chickens. Three detergent solutions namely Brij-35, Triton x-100 and Tween-20 were used for quick elution of antibody from filter paper samples and assessed by HI test. Brij-35 was found to be superior. The elution effect of Brij-35 and Tween-20 solutions samples did not differ sig...

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Article
1997
Int. J. Anim. Sci.

Thirteen Newcastle disease virus (NDV) isolates were characterised based on mean death time (MDT) and intracerebral pathogenicity index (ICPI). Twelve NDV islates were obtained from outbreaks among chickens of various age groups in different parts of Tamil Nadu. Ten NDV isolates were velogenic and three were mesogenic based on both MDT and ICPI. One isolate was pla...

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