Anticuerpos séricos contra la enfermedad de Newcastle e Influenza Aviar en aves rapaces de Chile

@article{GonzlezAcua2012AnticuerposSC,
  title={Anticuerpos s{\'e}ricos contra la enfermedad de Newcastle e Influenza Aviar en aves rapaces de Chile},
  author={Daniel Gonz{\'a}lez-Acu{\~n}a and {\'A}lvaro Gaete and Lucila Moreno and Karen Ardiles and Fabiola Cerda-Leal and Christian Mathieu and Ren{\'e} Ortega},
  journal={Revista Mvz Cordoba},
  year={2012},
  volume={17},
  pages={3118-3124}
}
RESUMEN Objetivo . Detectar la presencia de anticuerpos sericos sanguineos contra los virus de la Enfermedad de Newcastle (ENC) e Influenza aviar (IA), para comprender la contribucion de las aves silvestres en la transmision de estos virus en Chile. Materiales y metodos. Se analizaron 63 aves pertenecientes a los ordenes Falconiformes y Strigiformes desde centros de rehabilitacion de aves de las zonas central y sur de Chile. Se realizaron las pruebas de inhibicion de la hemoaglutinacion (IHA… 
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