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Article published the November 13, 2018:

Infectious Bronchitis in Backyard Flocks

Infectious bronchitis (IB) is an acute and highly contagious respiratory disease of chickens throughout the world, so much so that many consider IB to be the most contagious of all poultry diseases. It is ...
Author/s :
Tom Tabler
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Article published the October 12, 2018:

Respiratory Diseases in Poultry: A Constant Challenge

Mini Review Among the possible infectious agents that affect poultry, diseases of the respiratory tract are considered the main health problem, causing both an increase in the number of carcass condemnations a...
Author/s :
Tadeu Salle
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Article published the October 11, 2018:

Role of histopathological examination in diagnosis of avian leucosis virus subtype J in broiler chicken in Egypt

Introduction Avian leucosis virus (ALV) is belonging to the family Retroviridae, subfamily Orthoretrovirinae, genus Alpha retrovirus. Exogenous avian leucosis viruses(ALV) are classified into A,B,C,D and J sub...
Author/s :
Mohamed Abdel Gayed
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Article published the July 17, 2018:

Incidence of Avian Nephritis and Infectious Bronchitis Viruses in Broilers in Egypt

1. INTRODUCTION Avian nephritis virus (ANV) is an etiological agent of growth retardation of young chickens by causing interstitial nephritis (Imada et al., 1979). Antibodies against ANV have been found in chi...
Author/s :
Ahmed ElbestawyHany Ellakany
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Article published the July 17, 2018:

Diagnosis of chicken Gumboro disease by histopathological study of the bursa of Fabricius

INTRODUCTION The bursa of Fabricius (BF) is a lymphoid organ, of lympho-epithelial structure. It is a site of B lymphocyte repertoire differentiation and maturation, located in the dorsal terminal part of the ...
Author/s :
Nadir Alloui
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Article published the July 17, 2018:

Infectious bronchitis corona virus establishes productive infection in avian macrophages interfering with selected antimicrobial functions

Introduction Infectious bronchitis (IB) is primarily a respiratory disease of chickens but with potential to cause more widespread infection in the urinary and reproductive tracts in chicken leading to signifi...
Author/s :
Faizal Abdul-Careem
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Article published the December 6, 2017:

Poly(A) Binding Protein 1 Enhances Cap-Independent Translation Initiation of Neurovirulence Factor from Avian Herpesvirus

Introduction All known viruses share an absolute requirement for host cell ribosomes and are exquisitely dependent on cellular translation factors to meet their synthetic needs. Faced with this dependency, vir...
Author/s :
Dr Venugopal Nair
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Article published the October 6, 2017:

Phylodynamic analysis of avian infectious bronchitis virus in South America

Infectious bronchitis (IB) is a globally distributed avian disease that represents one of the most persistent sanitary problems to the commercial poultry industry. The intensive production of high-density bird ...
Author/s :
Alejandro BandaAna Marandino Ariel PeredaGonzalo Tomás Pedro Villegas
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Article published the September 14, 2017:

Serological and molecular studies on avian leucosis virus in broiler chicken in Egypt

Introduction Avian leucosis virus (ALV) is belonging to the family Retroviridae, subfamily ortho retrovirinae, genus Alpha retrovirus. Exogenous avian leucosis viruses(ALV) are classified into A,B,C,D and J s...
Author/s :
Mohamed Abdel Gayed
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Article published the August 18, 2017:

A B-cell targeting virus disrupts potentially protective genomic methylation patterns in lymphoid tissue by increasing global 5-hydroxymethylcytosine levels

Introduction Cytosines within the genome not only constitute part of the genetic code but are also amenable to chemical modification making them a central conveyer of epigenetic information. Methylation of th...
Author/s :
Dr Venugopal NairNick Ciccone
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