Vertical induction of the inclusion body hepatitis/hydropericardium syndrome with fowl adenovirus and chicken anemia virus.

@article{Toro2001VerticalIO,
  title={Vertical induction of the inclusion body hepatitis/hydropericardium syndrome with fowl adenovirus and chicken anemia virus.},
  author={Herrera Toro and Oscar J. Avella Gonzalez and Clara Monica Escobar and L Cerda and Miguel Angel Peinado Morales and Carmen Gonz{\'a}lez},
  journal={Avian diseases},
  year={2001},
  volume={45 1},
  pages={
          215-22
        }
}
The hypothesis that fowl adenovirus (FAV) and chicken anemia virus (CAV), transmitted vertically and simultaneously, induce the inclusion body hepatitis (IBH)/hydropericardium (HP) syndrome in progeny chickens was tested. Thus, 35-wk-old light brown layer breeders, showing absence of antibodies against FAV and variable titers against CAV, were intramuscularly singly infected with the FAV serotype 4 isolate 341 or dually infected with CAV (isolate 10343) and FAV. All hens (groups A [FAV alone… CONTINUE READING

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