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- Swayne, David E.; Suarez, David L.; Spackman, Erica; Jadhao, Samadhan; Dauphin, Gwenaelle; Kim-Torchetti, Mia; McGrane, James; Weaver, John; Daniels, Peter; Wong, Frank; Selleck, Paul; Wiyono, Agus; Indriani, Risa; Yupiana, Yuni; Siregar, Elly Sawitri; Prajitno, Teguh; Smith, Derek; Fouchier, Ron
- Journal of virology 2015 v.89 no.7 pp. 3746-3762
- Influenza A virus; antibodies; antigenic variation; avian influenza; chickens; genes; hemagglutination; hemagglutinins; inactivated vaccines; pathogenicity; prediction; sialidase; strains; turkeys; vaccination; viruses; Indonesia
- ... Vaccines are used in integrated control strategies to protect poultry against H5N1 high-pathogenicity avian influenza (HPAI). H5N1 HPAI was first reported in Indonesia in 2003, and vaccination was initiated in 2004, but reports of vaccine failures began to emerge in mid-2005. This study investigated the role of Indonesian licensed vaccines, specific vaccine seed strains, and emerging variant field ...
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