Newcastle Disease Technical Articles


Article published the June 4, 2020:

Approach to Genotype VII Newcastle Disease with a high incidence in the Middle East Region and North Africa

Newcastle disease (ND) is caused by virulent strains of the Newcastle disease virus (NDV), also recently designated as the Avian Orthoavulavirus 1 (AOAV-1). It is one of the most devastating disease of poultry...
Author/s :
Amine Mernizi
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Article published the February 27, 2020:

Is agnostic diagnostic the future?

A recent study by Butt and others demonstrates that random next generation sequencing can be successfully used for diagnostic identification and genotyping of Newcastle disease viruses present in paraffin embed...
Author/s :
Claudio Afonso
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Article published the December 18, 2019:

Interaction between avian influenza subtype H9N2 and Newcastle disease virus vaccine strain (LaSota) in chickens

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 obt...
Author/s :
Abdullah AlowaimerDr Ahmed ElbestawyHafez MohamedHany Ellakany
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Article published the August 5, 2019:

Maternal Antibody Interference in Newcastle Disease Vaccination

Introduction Maternal immunity for Newcastle Disease (ND) can be quantified with Haemagglutination Inhibition(HI) test. Titres are expressed as log 2 values. Titres in a group are analysed statistically and me...
Author/s :
 Pranjal Pranbindu Kalita
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Article published the July 25, 2019:

Association of Candidate Genes with Response to Heat and Newcastle Disease Virus

1. Introduction Newcastle disease is considered the number one disease constraint to poultry production in low and middle-income countries [1]. In these areas, chickens often serve as important protein source...
Author/s :
Anna WolcHuaijun ZhouJack DekkersJanet FultonRodrigo GallardoSusan Lamont
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Article published the June 18, 2019:

Development of a novel Newcastle disease virus (NDV) neutralization test based on recombinant NDV expressing enhanced green fluorescent protein

Background Newcastle disease virus (NDV) is the causal agent of a highly contagious and fatal disease that affects poultry and other avian species worldwide [1]. Virulent strains of NDV are capable of causing ...
Author/s :
Ana Luz Chumbe MendozaDr. Vikram VakhariaKatherine Calderón MayoManolo Fernandez DiazRay Izquierdo
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Article published the January 16, 2019:

Repeated isolation of virulent Newcastle disease viruses in poultry and captive non-poultry avian species in Pakistan from 2011 to 2016

1. Introduction Newcastle disease (ND) is a highly contagious and fatal disease affecting poultry and a wide range of wild birds worldwide that is caused by infections with virulent strains of Newcastle diseas...
Author/s :
Abdul WajidClaudio AfonsoMuhammad tayyabPatti J Miller
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Article published the December 22, 2017:

First phylogenetic analysis of new Newcastle virus strain isolates in Algeria

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 (...
Author/s :
Mohamed.Amine BOUDERBAL
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Article published the November 6, 2017:

Challenges facing immunity monitoring

The poultry industry constitutes a significant sector of Egypt agriculture. In Egypt, millions of birds are produced yearly with a value exceeding LE 60 billion. Broiler chickens are the largest segment of the ...
Author/s :
Khaled Fadlallah
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Article published the September 28, 2017:

Relationship Between Fish Oil and Immune Response of Pigeons Vaccinated Against Newcastle Disease

ABSTRACT Infectious diseases are one of the main factors constraining the birds sector. In Iraq, pigeons are facing various diseases such as Newcastle disease (ND). Therefore, the experiment was carried out at...
Author/s :
Dr. Yasser Jamal Jameel
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