You-ling Wang

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Thirty Newcastle disease virus (NDV) strains isolated from outbreaks in China during 1996 to 2005 were characterized pathotypically and genotypically. All strains except one were velogenic. An analysis of the variable region (nucleotides 47 to 420) of the F gene indicated that 6 isolates belonged to genotype II, 3 to genotype III, 1 (isolated from a pigeon)(More)
Three cases of Newcastle disease virus (NDV) found in nature had the lentogenic motif (112)G-R-Q-G-R-L(117) in their fusion protein cleavage sites. However, both intracerebral pathogenicity and intravenous pathogenicity indexes showed that these NDV isolates were virulent. In comparison with the LaSota live virus vaccine, these viruses had significant(More)
Newcastle disease is an acute and highly contagious disease caused by Newcastle disease virus (NDV), one of which does great harms to the poultry industry. The most basic measure of controlling New Castle disease is to alid vaccine, now we usually use La Sota live vaccine and inactivated NDV vaccine, but these two vaccines both have more or less limitation.(More)
Prevailed Newcastle disease virus isolates were collected during 1999-2005 in China. These isolates were purified by CEF plaque assay and replicated in SPF embryos. The fusion protein (F) gene and hemagglutinin-neuraminidase (HN) gene of these isolated viruses were cloned and sequenced. Some of the F gene and HN gene sequences from GenBank were also used in(More)
An avian influenza virus (AIV) strain belonging to the H4 subtype and provisionally designated as A/duck/China/J1/2012(H4N6) was isolated from diseased ducks with respiratory disease at a commercial poultry farm in Shandong, China, in 2012. The genomic coding sequences of all eight segments of this J1 isolate were determined and used for subsequent(More)
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