Muhammad Hidayat

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Highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI), subtype H5N1, was first officially reported in Indonesia in 2004. Since then the disease has spread and is now endemic in large parts of the country. This study investigated the statistical relationship between a set of risk factors and the presence or absence of HPAI in Indonesia during 2006 and 2007. HPAI was(More)
We conducted an operational research study involving backyard and semicommercial farms on Java Island, Indonesia, between April 2008 and September 2009 to evaluate the effectiveness of two preventive mass vaccination strategies against highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI). One regimen used Legok 2003 H5N1 vaccine, while the other used both Legok 2003(More)
Pavel Borodin, Jorge Brenes, Elias Daudi, Noor Efendi, Simon Flower, Muhammad Hidayat, Muhammad Husni, Manuel Kampine, Oleg Kusonski, Artur Langa, Iván Monge, Antonio Mucussete, Armindo Nhatsave, I Kadek Oca Santika, Jean Rasson, John Riddick, Didik Suharyadi, Christopher Turbitt, and Mahmud Yusuf Arti observatory, Institute of Geophysics, Urals Branch of(More)
In 2008, the Indonesian Government implemented a revised village-level Participatory Disease Surveillance and Response (PDSR) program to gain a better understanding of both the magnitude and spatial distribution of H5N1 highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) outbreaks in backyard poultry. To date, there has been considerable collection of data, but(More)
The aim of this study was to explore whether, during automatic milking, milking interval or its variation is related to somatic cell count (SCC), even when corrected for effects of production, lactation stage, and parity. Data on milking interval and production level were available from the automatic milking systems of 151 farms. Data on SCC, parity, and(More)
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