fowlpox

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fowlpox

(ˈfaʊlˌpɒks)
n
a viral infection affecting poultry and other birds, spread either by biting insects or by inhalation
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Practising all-in, all-out poultry managementControl insect population where the birds are as they also spread fowl pox.
Williams (35) also used PCR on nucleic acid extracted from Vectormune FP-LT (fowl pox virus-laryngotracheitis) vaccine strain and a live attenuated fowl pox vaccine and from paraffin embedded lung tissues from FPV-LT vaccinated birds.
An atypical fowl pox outbreak in broilers in southern Brazil.