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Title: 

RT-PCR AN ASSAY FOR THE DETECTION OF NEWCASTLE DISEASE VIRUS IN WILD BIRDS POPULATION AND NON-VACCINATED POULTRY

Type: SPEECH
Author(s):
 
 24-26 AUGUST, 2005
 
Name of Seminar: fldOnvanSeminar
Type of Seminar:  lblfldTypeSeminar
Sponsor:  IRANIAN BIOTECHNOLOGY ASSOCIATION
Date:  2005Volume 4
 
 
Abstract: 

Newcastle disease (ND) is one of the most important diseases of avian species across the world. The Game, captive and pet birds along with back yard flocks are among the sources of infections in poultry industry. Based on the fusion gene, polymerase chain reactions were developed for molecular detection of Newcastle disease in the above mentioned population. The assay, if it is coupled with sequence analysis, can also be employed for vaccinated birds, as the amplicon encompass the cleavage site marker. This simple assay can be used for molecular detection of NDV in a range of susceptible birds.

 
Keyword(s): NDV, RT-PCR, MOLECULAR DETECTION
 
 
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