Article published the August 23, 2021
INTRODUCTION Disease control, high production, product quality, and reasonable production costs have been the recent main goals of the poultry industry. Hence, meeting per capita consumption and welfare to humans necessitates continuous efficient and goal-oriented healthcare to control disease spread and decrease the application of antibiotics (1). These endeavors will include the launch of prog ...
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The are several publications related to nepheritis with QX IBV strain wre published . e.g. Sigrist B., K. Tobler, M. Schybli, L. Konrad, R. Stöckli, G. Cattoli, D. Lüschow, H. M. Hafez, P. Britton, R.K. Hoop and A. Vögtlin (2012). Detection of Avian coronavirus infectious bronchitis virus type QX infection in Switzerland. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 24(6) 1180–1183.
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Tahseen Azizthat what imentioned above at 11. august
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In case of infection with nephrotropic IB strain , the kidneys of affected birds are pale, mottled, and can be 2 to 3 times their normal size. Urates are common and can be identified easily in the kidneys and ureters at necropsy
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You have also to think about IB infection
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Salmonella, Campylobacter, Escherichia coli and Clostridium, the most concerning microorganisms Introduction: Importance of food safety The food industry is paying a lot of attention to avoid the presence of potentially pathogenic microorganisms in contaminated food, especially in animal products, which represent a threat for food safety. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), ...
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Diagnosing poultry diseases can be an art. With closed housing systems with strict biosecurity protocols, the visit of the owner and a vet became need-based. Spotting a problem is based on the data collected. On the contrary, the poultry house attendant spends more time with the birds. A dedicated attendant can spot the disease much earlier than the owner or the vet. Many poultry diseases/problems ...
Article published the December 18, 2019
Background Low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) subtype H9N2 virus is widespread worldwide, being endemic in poultry populations in Asia and the Middle East. The first isolation of H9N2 virus in Egypt was obtained from the apparently healthy commercial bobwhite quail flock (A/quail/Egypt/113413v/2011/H9N2) in May 2011 [17]. Later on, the virus was isolated from commercial broiler, broiler breede ...
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Article published the September 18, 2019
Introduction In spite of significant improvements in technology and hygienic practices at all stages of poultry production in developed countries, accompanied by advanced improvement in public sanitation, foodborne diseases remain a persistent threat to human and animal health. Foodborne diseases are still big issues of major concern in those countries. In developing countries, the need to produc ...
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