International audience; Susceptible (Line 7) and resistant (Line 6) white leghorn chickens were infected with a very virulent Marek's Disease Virus, RB1B, by either the intra-abdominal or intra-tracheal routes. Birds infected by the intra-tracheal route had earlier, hig... View more
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