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Volume 13, Number 12—December 2007

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Viable Newcastle Disease Vaccine Strains in a Pharmaceutical Dump

Antonella Amendola*Comments to Author , Silvia Bianchi*, Marta Canuti*, Alessandra Zappa*, Giovanna Zanoni†, Raffaella Koncan†, Elisabetta Tanzi*, Giuseppe Cornaglia†, Alessandro Remo Zanetti*, and Giuseppe Tridente†
Author affiliations: *University of Milan, Milan, Italy; †University of Verona, Verona, Italy;

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A) Cytopathic effect of lyophilized Newcastle disease virus (NDV) vaccine strains on Vero cells. B) Hemagglutination test. Presence of tear-shaped erythrocytes confirms the specificity of the cytopathic effect of NDV on Vero cells.

Figure 1. A) Cytopathic effect of lyophilized Newcastle disease virus (NDV) vaccine strains on Vero cells. B) Hemagglutination test. Presence of tear-shaped erythrocytes confirms the specificity of the cytopathic effect of NDV on Vero cells.

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