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Viruses associated with turkey rhinotracheitis in Great Britain

, : Viruses associated with turkey rhinotracheitis in Great Britain. Veterinary Record 118(8): 217-218

The typical disease could be transmitted to susceptible poults, but not chickens, by placing in contact with affected birds or inoculating intratracheally with mucus from affected birds after passage through 450-nm filters. Poults inoculated intratracheally with an adenovirus isolate followed after 7 days by Moraxella sp. developed respiratory signs, but these did not resemble those of turkey rhinotracheitis.

Accession: 001507833

PMID: 3012855

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