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Poultry Diseases Technical Articles

Article published the 20 from January from 2017:
What is ILT? Infectious laryngotracheitis, also known as LT or ILT, has often caused disease outbreaks at fairs in Michigan. ILT is a viral disease of chickens that can also cause disease in peafowl and pheas...
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Darrin KarcherRichard M. Fulton, DVM, PhD
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Article published the 16 from January from 2017:
Infectious bursal disease (also known as IBD, Gumboro Disease, Infectious Bursitis and Infectious Avian Nephrosis) is a highly contagious disease of young chickens caused by infectious bursal disease virus (IBD...
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Ivan Gospodinov
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Article published the 7 from December from 2016:
Introduction Infectious bronchitis virus (IBV) causes a highly contagious respiratory tract disease in chickens, Infectious Bronchitis (IB), and some strains are nephropathogenic.  It is possibly the most...
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Dr. Sjaak de WitLuiz Sesti
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Article published the 18 from November from 2016:
1. Introduction The occurrence of ‘wet litter’ in meat chicken sheds is associated with concerns regarding animal welfare, flock health, food safety, environmental impacts and reductions in produc...
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Amy MossDr. Peter SellePeter Groves Stuart Wilkinson
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Article published the 9 from June from 2016:
By: Juxing Chen, PhD, Structure and Function Manager, Biology – Novus International, Inc.   Footpad dermatitis (FPD) is a type of skin inflammation which causes necrotic lesions on the plantar surf...
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Juxing Chen
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Article published the 8 from June from 2016:
Several broiler producing countries have banned the use of Antibiotic Growth Promoters (AGPs) related to the risk of cross-resistance development in human pathogens. Removal of AGPs from animal diets involves ...
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João Batista LanciniNicola Panciroli
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Article published the 4 from May from 2016:
  Introduction Immunosuppression in poultry causes widespread and significant economic losses, by decreasing vaccine effectiveness, causing excessive post-vaccine reactions, and allowing secondary infect...
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Dexter Abrigo
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Article published the 3 from May from 2016:
  Introduction Antibiotics have been used for decades to improve poultry performance with low cost of implementation and ease adding to feed and water (Fernandez-Rubio et al., 2009). However, currently c...
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Juan Jose MalloMonica Puyalto Ledesma
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Article published the 15 from April from 2016:
Introduction Fowl cholera is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Pasteurella multocida. This species is named “multocida”, which may be interpreted as a bacterium that "kills" (cida) "man...
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Horacio TerzoloYosef Huberman
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Article published the 4 from April from 2016:
Each year, layer flocks in Denmark are infected with Salmonella. These infections, which are caused by several different serological types, are usually detected by means of compulsory Salmonella monitoring samp...
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