ID: 217: Transcriptomic analysis of the chicken interferome

@inproceedings{Giotis2015ID2T,
  title={ID: 217: Transcriptomic analysis of the chicken interferome},
  author={Efstathios S Giotis and Rebecca R. Robey and Craig M. Ross and Steve Goodbourn and Michael A Skinner},
  year={2015}
}
Chicken, which is almost universally-acceptable, will shortly become the most consumed meat in the developed and developing world. Viruses of chickens, whether enzootic (e.g. Newcastle, Mareks or infectious bursal disease viruses or infectious bronchitis virus) or zoonotic (especially avian influenza viruses such as H5N1 and H7N9), pose major threats to the supply of this globally important source of protein. Understanding the nature of the chicken innate responses will help us better… CONTINUE READING