Newcastle Disease Technical Articles


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 Mohammed
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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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Article published the July 27, 2017:

Testing for Avian Paramyxovirus-1 (Newcastle Disease) in Resident Passerines of Vicksburg National Military Park

Newcastle Disease, caused by Avian Paramyxovirus-1 (APMV-1), is a highly contagious viral disease affecting wild and domestic birds. Neurological and respiratory manifestations are most common, with viral strai...
Author/s :
Alejandro BandaAndrea Ayala
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Article published the September 2, 2016:

Safety and efficacy of a vector Marek’s/Newcastle vaccine (rHVT-F) applied to broilers reared in non-vaccinating and velogenic Newcastle Disease virus (NDV)-free poultry production systems

Introduction Velogenic Newcastle Disease (ND), a dreadful poultry disease caused by a paramyxovirus type-I (Newcastle Disease Virus - NDV), continues to be an important threat to the modern poultry industry al...
Author/s :
Luiz Sesti
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Article published the March 12, 2015:

Development of a duplex Fluorescent Microsphere Immunoassay (FMIA) for the detection of antibody responses to influenza A and newcastle disease viruses

Journal of Immunological Methods 405 (2014) 167–177. 0022-1759 Crown Copyright © 2014 Published by Elsevier B.V. Contents lists available at ScienceDi...
Author/s :
Juan C. Rodriguez-lecompteMathieu Pinette
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Article published the August 6, 2014:

Effect of In ovo injection with Newcastle Disease Vaccine, Multivitamins AD3E, and Omega-3 on Carcass Characteristics of Broilers

Introduction Fruits and vegetables, whole grains, beverages, and some fortified or omega-3 enriched products can be considered as functional foods. In fact, consumption of omega-3 is associated with reducing t...
Author/s :
Dr. Yasser Jamal Jameel
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Article published the July 25, 2014:

European perspectives on the control and Eradication of some poultry diseases

Infectious diseases of poultry are mostly associated with severe economic losses. Many of these diseases once re-emerging or introduced into a geographic area can explode into an epidemic and may have a signifi...
Author/s :
Hafez Mohamed
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Article published the April 21, 2014:

Evaluation of the effect in vivo and vitro of a new therapy based on Newcastle disease virus (NDV) in a transplantable canine cancer model

Vincristine is an effective therapy for the treatment of canine transmissible venereal tumor (CTVT); however, the time for a complete clinical remission may vary depending on the tumor stage and host status. Th...
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