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Agricultural Research Service

Title: Factors Affecting Subgroup J Avian Leukosis Virus Tolerance in Commercial Chickens

item Pandiri, Arun - MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
item Reed, Willie - MICHIGAN STATE UNIV
item Fadly, Aly

Submitted to: American Veterinary Medical Association Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: July 19, 2003
Publication Date: July 19, 2003
Citation: Pandiri, A., Reed, W., Fadly, A.M. 2003. Factors affecting subgroup J avian leukosis virus tolerance in commercial chickens [abstract]. American Veterinary Medical Association. p. 99.

Technical Abstract: The effect of subgroup J avian leukosis virus (ALV-J) tolerance in commercial meat-type chickens was studied using three different ALV-J isolates. ALV-J isolates, ADOL-Hc1, ADOL-6803, ADOL-4817 at 10,000 iu and 100 iu were inoculated in ovo and at day of hatch in commercial meat-type chicks. ADOL-Hc1 was also inoculated at 10,000 iu in chicken embryos at three different ages. Samples were collected every 4 weeks to test for viremia, cloacal shedding and antibody response. The study was terminated at 32 weeks of age. The factors responsible for inducing ALV-J tolerance will be discussed.

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