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Dr. Mujahid Kamran Thank you for your comments. We do have good experience on H9 vaccine in our area more than H5 & H7. Honestly what is going on in the flock vaccinated with H9 and no good results is due early H9 infection which the vaccine did not start giving immunity. I do have PCR results showing AI infection at 9 days and 5 days, in this case, no way the vaccine will give good results, t ...
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This problem is everywhere in the world. Where birds are better managed with good nutritious feed and better preventive vaccination, with strict biosecurity methods are able to withstand the viral outbreaks. When the immunity levels are not maintained properly for ND, and IB then AI manifests in severe farm. Good managemental practices always protect the birds from many diseases.
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Congratulations for this publication. Do you have any other isolates done in Algeria? I ask you this question to see the evolution of Algerian strains in a phylogenetic tree. In advance, thank you for your answer. Dr. ABED
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Well done. I personnelly agree with you about Circulation of APMV Genotype VII in algerian poultry flocks and its huge economic losses. Dear dr you said in your paper that genotype VII replaces genotype V!!!! May i ask you about the refrence that speaks about existance of genotype V in algerian flocks? Salutations
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Mohamed.Amine BOUDERBAL hello doctor, would it be possible to ask you the publication on the AIV you are referring to? I thank you in advance
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Dr Abdulwahab Kammon Dear Profesor, Thank you for your kind comment, i had the opportunity to read your very interesting article about Avian influenza and APMV 1, that remind me of the epidemiological situation here in Algeria, we identified also the G1 like avian influenza LP.
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Introduction:Newcastle disease in chicken is caused by an avian paramyovirus serotype 1 (APMV1), it is one of the most economically and prevalent pathology around the world.It was first identified in Java (INDONESIA) in 1926 and 1927 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, England. However, it may have been prevalent as early as 1898, when a disease wiped out all the domestic fowl in North West Scotland (Macphers ...
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Occupation: Biologist