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NO.: 41
 
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AHRI report No.41

Topic

Pathogenesis of H5N2 low pathogenicity avian influenza A virus in pigeons and quails

Department Animal Hlth Research Ins titute, Coundl of Agxicuitixe, Executive Yuan
Author Li-Hsuan Chen, Yu-Pin Lii,, MinSMu]x Lee, Ming-Chu Cheng Ch&Tun Hong. ShuAuthor Hw Lee
Summary

In order to evaluate the role of pigoc’ns and quails in the HSN2(LPAI) outtatak from DcemIn 2(J33 to Ara-il 2(1)1 in Taiwan, pigeons and quails were ineculated ‘intanas ally with the a’’ian influenza vims (031209, A,thicicen?Taiwan/1 209A0i3 (HSN2)) whthwasflrstlyisolatbifronchickens. hthe2l thenrnentalpericd,no clinical sign was okervei in pigeons and quails. In quails, tim can ke isolai from ary swab at 2 and 3 DPI, but no virus from any organs except tc&Dhea. Pigeons were resisnt to this stain; even there was no seroocnvexs ion aft virus challenge. Sercconvertion was firstly cletzti at 6 DPI in quails indicating that quails axe susceptibility to Pkhickenfl’aiwan/l 209A)3 (HSN2) as a result of immune xese to th strain.

Keyword

HSNZ avian influenza, athogenicity, pigeon, quail