Indirect immunofluorescence as a diagnostic tool for parvovirus infection of broiler chickens
Nuclear fluorescence was seen in the epithelial cells of the duodenum of broiler chicks infected experimentally at 1-day-old with a parvovirus of chicken origin. No antigenic relationship was detected by this method between chicken and goose parvoviruses.
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