See:
Participation in Forum on June 12, 2019
Athangudi Venugopalan I appreciate your comment. According to the OIE Terrestrial Manual, it prevents the presence of antibodies to AI by vaccination, which means that it can be vaccinated. It is recommended not to vaccinate so that the country does not lose the status of free, however, as mentioned in a previous comment (June 1) , the infection entered Mexico by a very important poultry area (7 ...
1
Participation in Forum on June 4, 2019
Zahed Abbasi I appreciate your comments and that you share your experiences, the exchange of information will help us to fight this plague effectively.
0
Participation in Forum on June 3, 2019
Raul Cortes I thank you for the valuable information you share with us. The TNF response is given by the infection. When the number of receptors decreases by the molt, the antigenic load decreases, which can be controlled by the immune response induced by the vaccination.
0
Participation in Forum on June 3, 2019
Marcos Rebollo We appreciate your kind words. Regarding his approach. Indeed that is the theory that we have. however, the bird will survive as long as it has an adequate vaccination schedule. The idea of the pelecha is to protect the reproductive tract of the bird, the vaccine is the one that protects the life of the bird.
0
Participation in Forum on June 1, 2019
Athangudi Venugopalan Good morning, Dr, I thank you for the valuable information you share with us.Unfortunately, Influenza entered Mexico in an egg-producing area highly populated with birds (70,000 million layers in production), I remind you of the importance of the egg in my country (Number 1 in consumption worldwide), this was the main reason why that not sacrifice and the decision to vaccinat ...
1
Participation in Forum on June 1, 2019
Athangudi Venugopalan I thank you for the valuable information you share with us.The purpose of the article's publication is to share our experiences and explain why the reproductive tract is not affected to the birds molt.
0
Participation in Forum on May 28, 2019
I want to clarify my previous message.When the first outbreaks of AI occurred in my country the mortalities reached 100%. Given the situation, the use of emulsified vaccines was authorized, which stopped the mortality but we had to face a fall in production, which never recovered. Dr. Ramon Lopez, expert in egg production, gave the indication of pelechar and the surprise was that the birds continu ...
4
Participation in Forum on May 23, 2019
In the case of IA H7N3 of high pathogenicity the important thing was not mortality, it was the affectation to the reproductive system of the hen. The hens did not die but the oviduct was affected and production was never recovered.
2
Socorro Magdalena Escorcia Martínez likes the comment:
Oscar Briceño Unless something has changed in the last decade or so, you can't. I did my PhD in methionine for pigs, and had a whole section on methionine alternatives in my first chapter. It was hypothesized that as a methyl-donor, betaine could spare methionine (itself a major methyl donor). In vitro liver homogenate trials showed some potential. However, when tested in vivo, my recollection is ...
Article published the April 4, 2019
Introduction On June 21, 2012, Mexico officially reported the presence of the highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) virus subtype H7N3 in three commercial egg laying farms in the state of Jalisco. The affected birds showed clinical signs of ruffled feathers, lethargy, anorexia, prostration, depression, and acute death.1 The ages of the infected birds were 32, 72, 75, 84, and 94 weeks. To preve ...
remove_red_eye 588
forum 25
equalizer Statistics: Articles(6)Forums(36)
Information
Location:Coyoacan, Distrito Federal, México
Profile: Academic / scientific
Occupation: Médico Veterinario Zootecnista
Followers (21)