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Studies on the Common Cold in Chickens



Studies on the Common Cold in Chickens



J. Amer. vet. med. Ass 84: 759-769



The material used in the studies was obtained from the nasal passages and sinuses of previously healthy chicks which were artificially infected from natural cases. The disease was found to be easily transmitted by intranasal inoculation, but not by subcutaneous or intramuscular injections. The symptoms and post-mortem findings are detailed but no evidence of intracellular bodies was found in smears from the nasal exudate. The virulence was not altered by passage.

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