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Evidence for the presence of chicken infectious anaemia virus and experimental reproduction of the disease with samples from clinical cases of chicken-Blue Wing Disease in France

Evidence for the presence of chicken infectious anaemia virus and experimental reproduction of the disease with samples from clinical cases of chicken-Blue Wing Disease in France

Recueil de Medecine Veterinaire de l'Ecole d'Alfort 168(10): 815-822, 1992

Specific pathogen free day-old chicks were inoculated with liver homogenates from broilers affected with Blue Wing Disease. Subsequent clinical signs, mortality, gross and microscopic lesions were similar to those described for avian infectious anaemia. The presence of the Chicken Anaemia Agent (CAA) in inoculated birds was demonstrated by indirect immunofluorescence. This could be, to our knowledge, the first experimental demonstration of the presecne of CAA in french broiler flocks.

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