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- Seekings, Amanda H., et al. Show all 10 Authors
- Avian diseases 2018 v.63 no.sp1 pp. 181-192
- European Union; Influenza A virus; NAD (coenzyme); antiviral agents; avian influenza; broiler breeders; drug resistance; endothelial cells; farms; fomites; genes; heart; humans; indirect contact; kidneys; monitoring; mutation; pathogenicity; risk; seals; sequence analysis; signs and symptoms (animals and humans); viruses; waterfowl; wild birds; England; Scotland
- ... Low pathogenicity (LP) avian influenza viruses (AIVs) have a natural reservoir in wild birds. These cause few (if any) overt clinical signs, but include H5 and H7 LPAIVs, which are notifiable in poultry. In the European Union, notifiable avian disease (NAD) demands laboratory confirmation with prompt statutory interventions to prevent dissemination of infection to multiple farms. Crucially, for H5 ...
- Seekings, Amanda H., et al. Show all 12 Authors
- Avian diseases 2018 v.63 no.sp1 pp. 172-180
- Influenza A virus; Pekin; antibodies; disease susceptibility; ducks; enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay; hemagglutination; models; monitoring; mortality; poultry diseases; turkeys; waterfowl; wild birds; winter; Europe
- ... Widespread H5N8 highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAIV; clade 126.96.36.199b) infections occurred in wild birds and poultry across Europe during winter 2016–17. Four different doses of H5N8 HPAIV (A/wigeon/Wales/052833/2016 [wg-Wal-16]) were used to infect 23 Pekin ducks divided into four separate pens, with three contact turkeys introduced for cohousing per pen at 1 day postinfection (dpi). All ...