Infectivity and distribution of infectious bursal disease virus in the chicken. Persistence of the virus and lesions.

@article{Winterfield1972InfectivityAD,
  title={Infectivity and distribution of infectious bursal disease virus in the chicken. Persistence of the virus and lesions.},
  author={R. W. Winterfield and Aly Mahmoud Fadly and Arthur A Bickford},
  journal={Avian diseases},
  year={1972},
  volume={16 3},
  pages={
          622-32
        }
}
SUMMARY Chickens susceptible to infectious bursal disease (IBD) became viremic for only a transient period when inoculated with two different strains of infectious bursal disease virus (IBDV). The virus was not isolated from tissues beyond 10 days postinoculation. There was no apparent spread of IBDV to susceptible contact chickens placed with infected groups 16, 30, 42, and 52 days postinoculation. At three days postinoculation, the virus was consistently isolated in the highest concentration… CONTINUE READING

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