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Atypical Pathogenicity of Avian Influenza (H3N1) Virus Involved in Outbreak, Belgium, 2019

Bénédicte Source: Emerging Infectious Diseases, Volume 26, Issue 8 (2020) Abstract: In 2019, an outbreak of avian influenza (H3N1) virus infection occurred among commercial poultry in Belgium. Full-genome ...

Comparison of Salmonella enteritidis phage types isolated from layers and humans in Belgium in 2005.

Stede, Yves Source: Foodborne Pathog Dis, Volume 8, Issue 8, p.929-34 (2011) Keywords: Animals Bacteriophage Typing Bacteriophages Belgium Chickens Female Humans Poultry Diseases Salmonella enteritidis ...

Influence of temperature, oxygen and bacterial strain identity on the association of Campylobacter jejuni with Acanthamoeba castellanii.

Campylobacteriosis is the most frequently reported foodborne disease in the industrialized world, mainly through consumption of contaminated chicken meat. To date, no information is available on the primary infection ...

The positive adjuvant effect of chitosan on antigen-specific cell-mediated immunity after chickens vaccination with live Newcastle disease vaccine.

Newcastle Disease Newcastle disease virus Spleen Viral Vaccines Abstract: The development of safe, novel strong adjuvants is necessary to maximize the efficacy of and the immune response induced by new and/or ...

Passive protection afforded by maternally-derived antibodies in chickens and the antibodies' interference with the protection elicited by avian influenza-inactivated vaccines in progeny.

Systematic vaccination can be applied when a disease has become enzootic in a country or region. The final goal of the approach is to control or eradicate the disease within the country. This is a long-term ...

Redesigning the serological surveillance program for notifiable avian influenza in Belgian professional poultry holdings.

Issue 1 Suppl, p.597-605 (2010) Keywords: Agriculture Animals Belgium Communicable Disease Control Disease Notification Influenza in Birds National Health Programs Poultry Seroepidemiologic Studies ...

Prevalence and persistence of antimicrobial resistance in broiler indicator bacteria.

Haesebrouck, Freddy Source: Microb Drug Resist, Volume 16, Issue 1, p.67-74 (2010) Keywords: Animals Anti-Bacterial Agents Bird Diseases Chickens Drug Resistance, Multiple, Bacterial Enterococcus faecium ...

Improved vaccination against Newcastle disease by an in ovo recombinant HVT-ND combined with an adjuvanted live vaccine at day-old.

fatal Newcastle disease (ND) in commercial poultry flocks demonstrate that current vaccination strategies are not fully efficacious and should be improved by new generation of vaccines. In this context, ...

Identification of risk factors for the prevalence and persistence of Salmonella in Belgian broiler chicken flocks.

Jozef; Méroc, Estelle; Mintiens, Koen Source: Prev Vet Med, Volume 90, Issue 3-4, p.211-22 (2009) Keywords: Animal Husbandry Animals Belgium Chickens Poultry Diseases prevalence Risk Factors Salmonella ...

The role of the legal and illegal trade of live birds and avian products in the spread of avian influenza.

through the migration of wild birds. The risk of introducing notifiable avian influenza (NAI) through trade depends on several factors, including the disease status of the exporting country and the type of ...

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