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Serologic associations between fowl cholera and other diseases



Serologic associations between fowl cholera and other diseases



Avian Diseases 35(4): 718-722



As part of a case-control study designed to identify fowl cholera risk factors, 2087 blood samples were collected from 71 California meat-turkey flocks. Samples were tested for antibodies to three mycoplasmas and four viruses pathogenic for turkeys. Flocks that had antibodies to Newcastle disease virus and/or Mycoplasma meleagridis had an increased risk of having an outbreak of fowl cholera. This information should prove useful for fowl cholera control programs in meat turkeys.

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PMID: 1786004

DOI: 10.2307/1591601



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