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Newcastle disease virus (NDV) and avian pneumovirus (APV) cause Newcastle disease and rhinotracheitis respectively, in turkeys. Both of these viruses infect the respiratory system. A one-tube, multiplex, reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) assay for the detection of both NDV and...
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A reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction assay was developed to detect of avian pneumovirus (Colorado strain) (APV-Col). The specific primers were designed from the published sequence of the matrix protein gene of APV-Col. The primers amplified a product of 631 nucleotides from APV-Col. The...
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Stunting syndrome (SS) is a viral enteric disease of turkey poults. The aetiologic agent (stunting syndrome agent [SSA]) of this disease has been reported recently. In vitro propagation of SSA was examined in primary cells, various continuous cell lines, and embryonated eggs. Turkey embryos inoculat...
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Stunting syndrome is an enteric disease of turkeys causing diarrhea, reduced weight gain, poor feed efficiency, and maldigestion. The etiologic agent is a newly identified, but unclassified, virus termed the stunting syndrome agent (SSA). The SSA is a pleomorphic, enveloped virus ranging from 60 to ...
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