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- Löliger, H. Ch., et al. Show all 2 Author
- animal pathology; bone marrow; chickens; cortex; femur; granules; neoplasms; pelvis; ribs; skeleton; stem cells; sternum; tibia; vertebrae
- ... The transmissibility of avian myelocytoma, originating from a spontaneous case is reported. This strain, proved in 16 passages through 1,335 birds, produced myelocytomas in the skeleton and bone-marrow of the extremities in 10.5% of infected chickens. The myelocytomas of the skeleton (pelvis, ribs, vertebrae, sternum and cranial os frontalis) start from the bone-marrow, grow through the cortex and ...