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Extravascular haemolytic anaemia in chicks infected with highly pathogenic Marek's disease viruses



Extravascular haemolytic anaemia in chicks infected with highly pathogenic Marek's disease viruses



Avian Pathology 24(3): 393-410



Chicks infected at 1 day of age with highly pathogenic AC-1 or RB-1B isolates of Marek's disease virus were bled for haematocrits 14 to 36 days later and killed; PM specimens were collected for light and electron microscopy. Both viruses caused significant reductions in packed cell volume. Hyperplasia of reticuloendothelial (RE) cells in the liver was common in chicks that were ill from infection with AC-1 or RB-1B viruses.

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Accession: 002618388

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PMID: 18645797

DOI: 10.1080/03079459508419080


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