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Journal:   ARCHIVES OF RAZI INSTITUTE   December 2002 , Volume - , Number 54; Page(s) 17 To 29.
 
Paper: 

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON HISTOPATHOLOGIC EFFECTS OF IRANIAN NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS ISOLATES

 
 
Author(s):  KIANIZADEH M.*, AINI I., GHOLAMI G.R.
 
* AVIAN DISEASES RESEARCH & DIAGNOSIS DEPT., RAZI VACCINE & SERUM RESEARCH INSTITUTE, TEHRAN, IRAN
 
Abstract: 

The histopathologic effects of Iranian Newcastle disease viruses isolated from different outbreaks across the country were studied on different organs of specific pathogen free chickens. Clinically, time and sequence of the signs occurrence were varied among the groups receiving different isolates. Depression was the first clinical sign observed by 48h postinfection (PI) in all groups except two groups, which showed depression by 97h PI. Grossly, among the three systems, gastro-intestinal, respiratory and central nervous system that were examined in infected groups, the latter two showed less remarked lesions. Macroscopically, from 72h PI toward the end of experiment the spleen showed atrophy in all infected groups. At 96h PI and later on, the brain was slightly hyperaemic in limited infected groups. The early findings were observed in proventriculus, liver, small intestine and spleen. Generally all nine Iranian Newcastle disease viruses can affect visceral organs faster than other organs and could be placed in viscerotrop velogenic group.

 
Keyword(s): NEWCASTLE DISEASE, HISTOPATHOLOGY, IRAN
 
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