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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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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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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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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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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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Article published the March 30, 2009:

Gumboro

Gumboro Disease or Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) is one of the most common diseases of commercial poultry in Asia. In the clinical acute form (vvIBDV), the disease causes significant economic losses due to mo...
Author/s :
Segal
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Article published the May 22, 2008:

Corona Virus Infections in Turkeys

Corona viruses are small viruses that are named corona because it has projections on its surface that resemble a crown. The viruses are widespread in nature and are responsible for respiratory and enteric disea...
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Article published the February 8, 2008:

Vaccination of Small Poultry Flocks

WHY VACCINATE? Vaccination is an effective means to prevent and/or reduce the adverse effects of specific diseases in poultry. Poultry refers to birds that people keep for their use, and generally includes chic...
Author/s :
Gary Butcher
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Article published the September 3, 2007:

Selenium yeast in poultry production

From Ghislaine Roch (Canada) presentation at Lallemand’s International Selenium yeast seminar (Grenaa, Denmark, 2007)Ghislaine Roch, independent feed nutritionist in Canada, has been working on antioxidants in ...
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Article published the August 28, 2007:

Sel-Plex® maintains small intestine integrity in reovirusinfected broiler chickens

In 1974, when the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved selenium as a feed supplement, inorganic selenium, primarily as sodium selenite, became the traditional source for dietary supplemental selenium ...
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