11 references found for Newcastle disease virus (NDV):
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9. Beard C. W. 1998. Velogenic Newcastle disease. In: Foreign animal diseases: the gray book. Ed 6. Part IV. Richmond, VA: US Animal Health Association, 1998.
10. Herczeg J., E. Wehmann, R. R. Bragg, P. M. Travassos Dias, G. Hadjiev, O. Werner, B. Lomniczi., 1999. Two novel genetic groups (VIIb and VIII) responsible for recent Newcastle disease outbreaks in Southern Africa, one (VIIb) of which reached Southern Europe. Archives of Virology Issue: Volume 144, Number 11 November 1999 Pages: 2087 - 2099
11. Tzadok-David y, Metzkin-Eizenberg M, Zakay-Rones Z. 1995. The effect of a mesogenic and a lentogenic Newcastle disease virus strain on Burkitt Lymphoma Daudi cells. J Cancer Res Clin Oncol 1995; 121(3): 169-74