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27 February 2013 Reovirus Infections in Young Broiler Chickens
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Selected 10-to-21-day-old broiler chickens from flocks undergoing runting-stunting syndrome were found to have significant pancreatic damage, grossly and histologically. Six reoviruses, with sequences that varied, both from each other and from S1133 reovirus, were isolated from these pancreases and from pancreases of specific-pathogen-free leghorn sentinels placed on two of the broiler farms for 7 days.

Reporte de Caso—Infecciones por reovirus en pollos de engorde jóvenes.

Se encontró daño pancreático significativo macroscópico y microscópicamente en pollos de engorde de 10 a 21 de edad seleccionados por bajo crecimiento en parvadas con síndrome de mala absorción. Se aislaron seis reovirus, con secuencias que variaron tanto unos de otros como con respecto a la de cepa S1133, a partir del páncreas de las aves afectadas y del páncreas de aves Leghorn libres de patógenos específicos que fueron alojadas como centinelas en dos granjas de pollos de engorde por siete días.

American Association of Avian Pathologists
James F. Davis, Arun Kulkarni, and Oscar Fletcher "Reovirus Infections in Young Broiler Chickens," Avian Diseases 57(2), 321-325, (27 February 2013). https://doi.org/10.1637/10515-021313-Case.1
Received: 7 November 2012; Accepted: 1 February 2013; Published: 27 February 2013
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