Histopathological findings in egg-laying hens infected with avian infectious bronchitis virus "

@inproceedings{Colas2012HistopathologicalFI,
  title={Histopathological findings in egg-laying hens infected with avian infectious bronchitis virus "},
  author={Manuel Chavez Colas and Ana Mar{\'i}a Acevedo and Alejandro Merino and Mar{\'i}a del Carmen Lamazares and Yaima Burgher and J{\'u}lia Noda and Dasha Fuentes},
  year={2012}
}
In order to dissect the histopathological changes produced by the infection of avian infectious bronchitis virus in previously vaccinated egg-laying hens from a poultry farming unit, 35 White Leghorn egg-laying hens that had been in production for 9 to 10 months (twenty seven of which had clinical symptoms corresponding to respiratory disease and eight apparently healthy individuals) were selected for further study. After clinical examination and necropsy, they were classified into apparently… CONTINUE READING

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