Newcastle Disease Technical Articles
Article published the February 9, 2021:
Inactivated vaccines are commonly used in poultry as part of a comprehensive vaccination protocol. These vaccines are capable of inducing high antibody titers, which can protect against systemic i...
Article published the January 7, 2021:
Article published the September 9, 2020:
Newcastle disease virus (NDV) is Avian avulavirus type-1 that belongs to the genus Avulavirus of the family Paramyxoviridae (Swayne and Glisson, 2013). Newcastle disease virus isolates vary in the...
Article published the August 20, 2020:
Newcastle Disease (ND) is considered one of the most critical diseases affecting poultry in sub-Saharan Africa. An important number of outbreaks per year are projected for some countries in the...
Article published the August 5, 2020:
Newcastle disease (ND) is considered one of the most important poultry viral diseases in terms of worldwide distribution and economic impacts. The NDV is classified into lentogenic, mesogenic, a...
Article published the June 26, 2020:
In Egypt, poultry sector is the fastest growing industry, with over 90 billion Egyptian pound investments. (1$ = approximately 17 L.E.) (Sabry, 2019). It provides the country with the greatest par...
Article published the June 10, 2020:
Vaccination is an idea to enhance the protective immunity In an organism by inoculating an antigen or substance.
The word vaccination is derived from a Latin word “vacca&rd...
Article published the June 4, 2020:
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...
Article published the February 27, 2020:
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...
Article published the December 18, 2019:
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...