Isolation of avian influenza virus (subtype H5N2) from chicken eggs during a natural outbreak.

@article{Cappucci1985IsolationOA,
  title={Isolation of avian influenza virus (subtype H5N2) from chicken eggs during a natural outbreak.},
  author={D T Cappucci and David Copeland Johnson and Max Brugh and T M Smith and Caroline Jackson and J. E. Pearson and Dennis A. Senne},
  journal={Avian diseases},
  year={1985},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={1195-200}
}
Avian influenza virus (A/Chicken/Pennsylvania/83; H5N2) was recovered from the yolk, albumen, and shell surface of eggs obtained from naturally infected chicken flocks in Pennsylvania and Virginia. These findings represent the first reported isolation of avian influenza virus from the internal contents of eggs from naturally infected flocks. The need for adequate safeguards to prevent spread of the virus during commercial movement of table and hatching eggs, cracked and "checked" eggs, and egg… CONTINUE READING

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