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Article published the June 22, 2021:

Spatial and Temporal Variation in Infectious Laryngotracheitis Viral Genome in Broiler Flock Dust Post Vaccination

I. INTRODUCTION Infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) is an important respiratory disease of chickens caused by ILT virus (ILTV, Gallid herpesvirus 1) that infects the upper respiratory tract and conjunctiva res...
Author/s :
M. AhaduzzamanPeter Groves Steve Walkden-Brown
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Article published the June 16, 2021:

Field Vaccination Against ILT In Broiler Chickens: Lack Of Consistency

I. INTRODUCTION Field success of mass ILT vaccination in young meat chickens is often accompanied by reports of vaccine reactions, often rolling through the flock for some time, and even apparent vaccination f...
Author/s :
Peter Groves Steve Walkden-Brown
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Article published the May 14, 2021:

Towards Practical Methods of Assessing ILT Vaccine Take

Infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) is an ongoing problem in meat chickens in important production areas of Australia. In response to outbreaks, live vaccines are typically administered at 7-14 days of age in dr...
Author/s :
M. AhaduzzamanPeter Groves Sithara RalapanaweSteve Walkden-Brown
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Article published the May 14, 2021:

Setting the Record Straight on Vaccination Against Coccidiosis

1 INTRODUCTION Vaccination against coccidiosis in broilers has become an increasingly important part of a global prevention strategy against the disease. Not only it is an effective treatment against the clini...
Author/s :
Ariel MolineroJesús RubioMartina Dardi
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Article published the April 16, 2021:

Serological, clinical, and risk factors of the Newcastle disease on broilers flocks in Algeria

Introduction The Newcastle disease (ND) is the most economically important disease in poultry, due to the high rate of morbidity, mortality, slaughter, and associated sanitary measures in poultry farms, partic...
Author/s :
Lounas Abdelaziz
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Article published the April 16, 2021:

Prevalence of Poultry (Gallus domesticus) Diseases in Southern Somalia

Introduction Poultry, also recognized as universal food, as poultry meat and eggs enjoy zero religious’ restrictions, unlike pork and beef [1]. Being universal and accepted by all religions, the demand o...
Author/s :
Pravin Mishra, DVM
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Article published the March 15, 2021:

Vaccine failures in poultry

VACCINE FAILURES: WHY AND WHEN DO THEY OCCUR? Vaccination seeks to generate a protective immune response against a disease. Therefore, a vaccine failure occurs when a disease appears despite bird...
Author/s :
Maria Soriano
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Article published the February 10, 2021:

Serology after ts-11 and MSH mycoplasma vaccination

Live ts mycoplasma vaccines were created to be safe but still immunogenic. So how can we assess this immunogenicity in the field? This bulletin condenses the experience of 20 years trying to monitor vaccine res...
Author/s :
Chris Morrow
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Article published the February 9, 2021:

Evaluation of a Universal Subunit Eimeria spp. Vaccine

Author/s :
emanuel guminaSherry Layton
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Article published the February 9, 2021:

Diatoms and diatomaceous earth as novel poultry vaccine adjuvants

INTRODUCTION 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...
Author/s :
Rodrigo Gallardo
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