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Volume 33, Number 4, August, 2004

Open Access Avian influenza: recent developments
pp. 393-404(12)
Authors: Capua, Ilaria; Alexander, Dennis J.

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Open Access Vaccination of chickens against H5N1 avian influenza in the face of an outbreak interrupts virus transmission
pp. 405-412(8)
Authors: Ellis, Trevor M.; Leung, Connie Y. H. C.; Chow, Mary K. W.; Bissett, Lucy A.; Wong, William; Guan, Yi; Malik Peiris, J. S.

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Open Access Pathological changes in broiler chickens fed ochratoxin A and inoculated with Escherichia coli
pp. 413-417(5)
Authors: Kumar, Arvind; Jindal, Naresh; Shukla, Chhote L.; Asrani, Rajesh K.; Ledoux, David R.; Rottinghaus, George E.

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Open Access Extensive antigenic changes in an atypical isolate of very virulent infectious bursal disease virus and experimental clinical control of this virus with an antigenically classical live vaccine
pp. 423-431(9)
Authors: Eterradossi, Nicolas; Gauthier, Céline; Reda, Ismail; Comte, Sylvain; Rivallan, Gaëlle; Toquin, Didier; de Boisséson, Claire; Lamandé, Josiane; Jestin, Véronique; Morin, Yannick; Cazaban, Christophe; Borne, Pierre-marie

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Open Access Comparison of three rapid detection systems for type A influenza virus on tracheal swabs of experimentally and naturally infected birds
pp. 432-437(6)
Authors: Cattoli, G.; Drago, A.; Maniero, S.; Toffan, A.; Bertoli, E.; Fassina, S.; Terregino, C.; Robbi, C.; Vicenzoni, G.; Capua, I.

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Open Access Phylogenetic analysis of Hungarian goose parvovirus isolates and vaccine strains
pp. 438-444(7)
Authors: Tatár-kis, Tímea; Mató, Tamás; Markos, Béla; Palya, Vilmos

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Open Access Pathology associated with endogenous development of haematozoa in birds from southeast Queensland
pp. 445-450(6)
Authors: Peirce, M. A.; Lederer, R.; Adlard, R. D.; O'Donoghue, P. J.

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Open Access A wheat-based diet enhances colonization with the intestinal spirochaete Brachyspira intermedia in experimentally infected laying hens
pp. 451-457(7)
Authors: Phillips, Nyree D.; La, Tom; Pluske, John R.; Hampson, David J.

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