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Nature of the reinfection response in fowl pox


, : Nature of the reinfection response in fowl pox. Cornell Vet 34(4): 281-284

Chickens reinfected with fowl pox virus developed lesions within 30 hrs. Complete regression took place by the 5th day. In primary inoculation of controls no change occurred until the 3d day and the duration of the lesion was much longer. The lesions in each case were studied histologically. Lesions developing on reinfection in fowl pox represent an allergic response.

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