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Article published the October 20, 2011:

Field studies on infectious bronchitis virus variants in Argentina (VIBAR)

Introduction Infectious bronchitis, diagnosed for the first time in 1932, continues causing severe losses in poultry farming around the world, despite the existence of vaccines from the 1950s. Many of the prob...
Author/s :
Mateo Delamer
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Article published the October 20, 2011:

Field experiences with infectious laryngotracheitis (ILT) in Peru and the use of a pox-vectored ilt vaccine

Introduction The ILT disease was officially reported in Peru in August 2008, after the emergence of several outbreaks which began in the second quarter of that year and was characterized by a high morbidity an...
Author/s :
Fernando Lozano
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935 1
Article published the October 19, 2011:

Molecular characteristics of meq oncogene from recently isolated Polish field strains of Marek’s disease virus

Summary. The presented study was done on 29 MDV strains isolated from field cases of Marek´s disease in Poland. Molecular analysis performed on these strains by PCR and sequencing of meq oncogene has show...
Author/s :
Grzegorz Wozniakowski
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826 0
Article published the October 19, 2011:

Effect of post-hatching fasting on the decay levels of maternal antibodies against infectious bronquitis virus in layers

Introduction Infectious bronchitis in hens (BIG), caused by an avian corona virus, the virus of infectious bronchitis in hens (VBIG), is a highly infectious disease, causing huge economic losses in the poultry...
Author/s :
Miguel Frederico Fernandez Alarcon
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419 2
Article published the October 19, 2011:

Influence of post-hatching fasting on the immuno humoral response to primary vaccination against infectious bronchitis in hens

Introduction During the last decades, infectious bronchitis in hens, (BIG), has caused enormous economic losses in the poultry industry. Its main prophylactic measure is based in the use of attenuated live vac...
Author/s :
Miguel Frederico Fernandez Alarcon
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550 0
Article published the October 19, 2011:

Occurrence of infectious bursal disease after vaccination with a low-passage attenuated virus

Introduction Infectious bursal disease, also known as Gumboro disease, has caused great economic losses in the poultry industry in different parts of the world due to mortality and immunosuppression. It is a c...
Author/s :
BM Santos
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Article published the October 19, 2011:

Development of a recombinant vaccine and its efficacy in a trial with broilers

Introduction The Newcastle disease virus in its velogenic form continues to be a serious problem in the poultry industry worldwide. Biosecurity and vaccination measures are the more effective control methods c...
Author/s :
Mario A. Cruz Gomez
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674 0
Article published the September 29, 2011:

Vaccines and vaccinations against Gumboro disease: the key points

Introduction Gumboro Disease, more properly called Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD), is one of the most important viral diseases of chickens. The virus responsible for this condition (IBDV) can be found in almo...
Author/s :
Branko AlvaDr Yannick GardinFernando LozanoVilmos Palya
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14080 77
Article published the July 29, 2011:

Infectious Bursal Disease (Gumboro) in Commercial Broilers

Infectious bursal disease (IBD) is an acute and highly contagious viral infection of immature chickens. IBD is characterized by destruction of lymphocytes in the bursa of Fabricius (BF) and to a lesser extent i...
Author/s :
Gary Butcher
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541 1
Article published the September 7, 2010:

Vaccine Failure in Poultry

Vaccines are used to prevent or reduce problems that can occur when a poultry flock is exposed to field disease organisms. Vaccinations should be thought of as insurance. Like insurance, there is a price to be ...
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