Mohammed Soliman

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Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses of the H5N1 subtype are enzootic in poultry populations in different parts of the world, and have caused numerous human infections in recent years, particularly in Egypt. However, no sustained human-to-human transmission of these viruses has yet been reported. We tested nine naturally occurring Egyptian H5N1(More)
Quickvue and Anigen lateral flow devices (LFDs) were evaluated for detection of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) infections in Egyptian poultry. Sixty five chickens and two turkeys were sampled in eight flocks where H5N1 HPAI infection was suspected. Swabs (tracheal and cloacal) and feathers were collected from each bird for flockside testing(More)
The epidemiology of influenza virus in pig populations is unique, with different lineages of viruses identified based on spatio-temporal characteristics. Co-circulation of viruses leads to the generation of new strains through genetic reassortment and the consequences of independent evolution of influenza viruses in pigs gives rise to considerable genetic(More)
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