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The results of a comparative analysis of sensitivity to the virus of lumpy skin disease indicate that a cell culture from the testicular tissue of lambs and goats is used as a producer substrate for obtaining the most active viral biomass of the indicated pathogen. The use of these cell cultures allows for a short time to obtain the biomass of the virus of lumpy skin disease in the highest titers. The titer of the virus reproduced in the testicular cell culture, will make it possible to use the specified cultural viral mass for the manufacture of vaccine and diagnostic preparations.