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Summary A sero-prevalence study of Infectious Laryngotracheitis (ILT) virus antibodies was conducted in five states in the Sudan. A total of 919 serum samples was randomly collected from commercial and local chicken flocks. The birds were 24-6 months old and nonvaccinated against ILT disease. The Sera were screened using agar gel immunodiffusion (AGID) test to detect specific antibodies against ILT virus, and then the samples were subjected to the indirect ELISA test for more confirmation. The sero-prevalence of ILT antibodies in all samples using AGID reached 25.46% and reached 96.7% using ELISA. A mean of sample value related to positive control value (serum to positive ratio S/P) was calculated. The highest mean (S/P = 1.27) was recorded in samples collected from local flock at Sinnar state , followed by mean S/P of 1.18, 1.05, 0.97and o.66 for the samples collected from White Nile, River Nile (Atbara), Khartoum and El Gedarif state, respectively. This is the first study for the detection of ILT virus antibodies in the Sudan.

 
 
   
 
 

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