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Improved hatchability and efficient protection after in ovo vaccination with live-attenuated H7N2 and H9N2 avian influenza viruses
Mass in ovo vaccination with live attenuated viruses is widely used in the poultry industry to protect against various infectious diseases. The worldwide outbreaks of low pathogenic and highly pathogenic avian ...
Characterization of influenza virus sialic acid receptors in minor poultry species
It is commonly accepted that avian influenza viruses (AIVs) bind to terminal a2,3 sialic acid (SA) residues whereas human influenza viruses bind to a2,6 SA residues. By a series of amino acid changes on the HA surface ...
Partial direct contact transmission in ferrets of a mallard H7N3 influenza virus with typical avian-like receptor specificity
(Springer Nature, 2009-08-14)
Avian influenza viruses of the H7 subtype have caused multiple outbreaks in domestic poultry and represent a significant threat to public health due to their propensity to occasionally transmit directly from birds to humans. ...