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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Newcastle disease virus fusion protein expressed in a fowlpox virus recombinant confers protection in chickens.
Fowlpox virus (FPV) has caused substantial economic losses in domestic poultry resulting from reduced egg production and growth, blindness, and death, with a death ratio that can reach as high as 50%.
fowlpox virus, canary poxvirus, capripoxvirus, targeting many important pathogens.
Protection of chickens from infectious laryngotracheitis with a recombinant fowlpox virus expressing glycoprotein B of infectious laryngotracheitis virus.
Among a subset of 26 Henslow's sparrows from which blood samples were obtained, none had detectable antibody reactive to fowlpox virus antigen.
Diagnosis of a naturally occurring dual infection of layer chickens with fowlpox virus and gallid herpesvirus 1 (infectious laryngotracheitis virus).
Infectious bursal disease virus structural protein VP2 expressed by a fowlpox virus recombinant confers protection against disease in chickens.
A recombinant fowlpox virus that expresses the VP2 antigen of infectious bursal disease virus induces protection against mortality caused by the virus.
Latest case report of Fowlpox virus infection is found in Hungarian partridges (Perdixperdix) (5), white-tailed sea eagle (Haliaeetusalbicilla) (6), and Hungarian great tits (Parus major) (7).
Enhanced T-cell immunogenicity and protective efficacy of a human immunodeficiency virus type 1 vaccine regimen consisting of consecutive priming with DNA and boosting with recombinant fowlpox virus.
Caused by fowlpox virus (FWPV), the disease is primarily found in 2 forms, cutaneous and diphtheritic (2).