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Chicken anaemia virus influences the pathogenesis of Marek's disease in experimental infections, depending on the dose of Marek's disease virus



Chicken anaemia virus influences the pathogenesis of Marek's disease in experimental infections, depending on the dose of Marek's disease virus



Veterinary Quarterly 15(3): 81-84



Eight groups of day-old chicks were inoculated i.m. with 0, 250, 5000 or 100 000 leukocytes from fowls infected with Marek's disease (MD) virus strain K. 4 of the groups were also inoculated with 105 CCID50 of chicken anaemia virus (CAV). After 14 days the latter had reduced haematocrit values, they weighed less and showed thymic cortex and bone marrow depletion.

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PMID: 8266627

DOI: 10.1080/01652176.1993.9694379


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