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Avian leukosis

, : Avian leukosis. Avian leukosis: xii + 292

This monograph contains 13 papers and includes comprehensive reviews on the recent history of avian retrovirus research, the epidemiological, virological and pathological aspects of avian leukosis, tumour induction, the immune response, virus-cell interactions, diagnostic techniques, effect of infection on production, and disease control.

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Fenton, S.P.; Reddy, M.R.; Bagust, T.J., 2005: Single and concurrent avian leukosis virus infections with avian leukosis virus-J and avian leukosis virus-A in Australian meat-type chickens. Australian broiler breeders were screened for avian leukosis viruses (ALVs) (May 2001 to December 2003) as surveillance of measures to reduce the prevalence of ALV-J. Samples of blood (4233), albumen (1122), meconium (99) and tumours (16) were obt...

Wang, X.; Wang, B.; Zhang, P.; Cheng, H.; Sun, S., 2013: The passage of cells can improve the detection rate of avian leukosis virus to facilitate the elimination of avian leukosis in chickens. Avian leukosis (AL) is one of the most harmful diseases to the poultry industry in China. The detection of the avian leukosis virus (ALV) p27 antigen plays a decisive role in the elimination of avian leukosis. To explore the influence of passaging...

Zhang Bing; Song QinYe, 2002: Studies on the eradication of avian leukosis from breeder flocks. II. Effect of different stabilizers on the antibody coating in ELISA for detection of avian leukosis virus in chickens. Plates coated with antibody (rabbit IgG against the gs antigen of avian leukosis virus) were treated with 4 stabilizers, then stored at 4-8 degrees C, room temperature (18-23 degrees C) or 37 degrees C for 11 and 19 days. In a DAS-ELISA, OD values...

Davis, O.S.; Doyle, L.P.; Walkey, F.L.; Cenker, L.K., 1947: Studies in avian leukosis. III. The incidence of avian leukosis in various breeds of chickens. The P.M. records of 13, 669 fowls examined in Indiana during a 12-year period show that 34 % (4, 750 cases) had some form of leucosis. The average incidence of visceral leucosis was higher in Barred Plymouth Rocks than in White Rocks, Rhode Island... G.F.; Gielkens A.L.J.; Boerrigter H.M.; Hartog L., 1984: Identification of avian leukosis virus shedding hens comparison of avian leukosis virus group specific antigen levels in various test samples. Various materials from 2 White Leghorn basic breeder flocks were tested by the enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay (ELISA), the complement fixation test (CFT) for detection of avian leukosis/sarcoma virus (ALV) group-specific (gs) antigens and the p...

Crittenden, L.B.; Salter, D.W., 1992: A transgene, alv6, that expresses the envelope of subgroup A avian leukosis virus reduces the rate of congenital transmission of a field strain of avian leukosis virus. A major mode of transmission of avian leukosis virus (ALV) is from a dam that is viremic with and immunologically tolerant to ALV, through the egg to the progeny. The authors have produced a line of chickens transgenic for a defective ALV provirus...

Crittenden L.B.; Smith E.J.; Fadly A.M., 1984: Influence of endogenous viral ev gene expression and strain of exogenous avian leukosis virus on mortality and avian leukosis virus infection and shedding in chickens. Two experiments were conducted to determine the influence of ev gene expression on the response of chickens to day-old inoculation with 2 laboratory and 2 field strains of avian leukosis virus (ALV). The ev2- and ev3-negative semi-congenic chicken...

Rossi C.R.; Segre D., 1969: Mixed hem adsorption technique for study of avian leukosis sarcoma viruses studies with avian leukosis viruses chick embryo cells. American Journal of Veterinary Research 30(5): 831-836

Payne L.N.; Chubb R.C., 1968: Studies on the nature and genetic control of an antigen in normal chick embryos which reacts in the complement fixation avian leukosis test neopl avian leukosis neopl sarcoma. Journal of General Virology 3(PART 3): 379-391

Robinson, H.L.; Lamoreux, W.F., 1976: Expression of endogenous avian leukosis virus antigens and susceptibility to subgroup e avian leukosis virus in 3 strains of chickens endogenous avian c type virus. Cells from 3 strains of Kimber Farms chickens, K16, K18 and K28, were characterized for the expression of endogenous avian C-type virus (ALV) [avian leukosis virus] antigens and for susceptibility to subgroup E ALV. In K16 the coordinate dominant...