Newcastle disease

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Newcastle disease

Newcastle disease

Newcastle disease

Newcastle disease

Scientific Interest in Newcastle Disease Virus Is Reviving

Foot-and-mouth disease, Vesicular stomatitis, Newcastle disease, and Swine vesicular disease

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Atypical velogenic Newcastle disease in a commercial layer flock in Japan

Experimental Evaluation of Musca domestica (Diptera: Muscidae) as a Vector of Newcastle Disease Virus

Detection and Isolation of Exotic Newcastle Disease Virus from Field-Collected Flies

Application of participatory epidemiology techniques to investigate Newcastle disease among rural farmers in Zamfara state, Nigeria

Application of In-House Mortality Composting on Viral Inactivity of Newcastle Disease Virus

Evidence for a role of mast cells in the mucosal injury induced by Newcastle disease virus

Chinese Herbal Ingredients Are Effective Immune Stimulators for Chickens Infected with the Newcastle Disease Virus

Genotypic and pathotypic characterization of Newcastle disease virus isolated from racing pigeons in China

Seroprevalence of Newcastle disease and other infectious diseases in backyard chickens at markets in Eastern Shewa zone, Ethiopia

PATTERSON, Daniel Wells (1871 - 1932), Consulting Physician to the Hospital for Diseases of the Skin, Newcastle-on-Tyne; late Hon. Assistant Physician and Clinical Tutor, Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle-on-Tyne; President, Newcastle-on-Tyne Clinical Society, 1913–14; Consulting Physician War Pensions Hospital, Dunston Hill; late Administrator, Special Military Surgical Hospital, Newcastle-on-Tyne

Effects of salinomycin on cell-mediated immunity of broiler chickens against hydropericardium syndrome and Newcastle disease viruses


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An acute, infectious disease which affects birds, including domestic fowl. Although not necessarily fatal, the disease is economically important since affected birds are less productive. The disease affects mainly the respiratory tract, but the nervous system may become involved. Mortality rates vary. It is caused by a paramyxovirus.

Subjects: Ecology and Conservation — Zoology and Animal Sciences.

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