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The difference of detection rate of avian influenza virus in the wild bird surveillance using various methods

Kim GS, Kim TS, Son JS, Lai VD, Park JE, Wang SJ, Jheong WH, Mo IP

Korea is located within the East Asian-Australian flyway of wild migratory birds during the fall and winter seasons. Consequently, the likelihood of introduction of numerous subtypes and pathotypes of the...
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Serologic monitoring of animal welfare-oriented laying-hen farms in South Korea

So H, Jeong S, Mo J, Min K, Kim J, Mo IP

As animal welfare issue becomes important, the European Union bans conventional cages for laying hens from 2012. So the alternative housing systems like floor pens, aviaries or free range systems...
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Bacterial diversity and its relationship to growth performance of broilers

Bae Y, Koo B, Lee S, Mo J, Oh K, Mo IP

The microbial community is known to have a key role during the rearing period of broilers. In this study, gut microbial composition and diversity were examined to evaluate the relationships...
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The current epidemiological status of infectious coryza and efficacy of PoulShot Coryza in specific pathogen-free chickens

Han MS, Kim JN, Jeon EO, Lee HR, Koo BS, Min KC, Lee SB, Bae YJ, Mo JS, Cho SH, Jang HS, Mo IP

Infectious coryza (IC) is an infectious disease caused by Avibacterium (Av.) paragallinarum. IC is known to cause economic losses in the poultry industry via decreased egg production in layers. Between...
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Assessment of the safety and efficacy of low pathogenic avian influenza (H9N2) virus in inactivated oil emulsion vaccine in laying hens

Shin JH, Mo JS, Kim JN, Mo IP, Ha BD

In Korea, several outbreaks of low pathogenic AI (H9N2) viral infections leading to decreased egg production and increased mortality have been reported on commercial farms since 1996, resulting in severe...
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Clinical application of dapsone in two cases of canine sterile nodular panniculitis

Kim SH, Cho SH, Kang JH, Yang MP, Mo IP, Kang BT

This report describes the different responses to dapsone treatment in two cases of sterile nodular panniculitis (SNP). Two dogs were presented with ulcerative skin lesions, painful and erythematous papules, and...
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Eggshell apex abnormalities associated with Mycoplasma synoviae infection in layers

Jeon EO, Kim JN, Lee HR, Koo BS, Min KC, Han MS, Lee SB, Bae YJ, Mo JS, Cho SH, Lee CH, Mo IP

Eggs exhibiting eggshell apex abnormalities (EAA) were evaluated for changes in shell characteristics such as strength, thickness, and ultrastructure. Mycoplasma synoviae (MS) infection was confirmed by serological assay along with...
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An unusual case of concomitant infection with chicken astrovirus and group A avian rotavirus in broilers with a history of severe clinical signs

Koo BS, Lee HR, Jeon EO, Jang HS, Han MS, Mo IP

A molecular study of intestinal samples from 21 broiler flocks with a history of enteritis revealed that 23.8% and 14.3% were positive for chicken astrovirus (CAstV) and avian rotavirus (ARV),...
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Competitive exclusion against Salmonella gallinarum of Salmonella enteritidis infected chickens

Lee YJ, Kang MS, Woo YK, Mo IP, Tak RB

  • KMID: 1103503
  • J Vet Sci.
  • 2001 Apr;2(1):33-36.
To evaluate the degree of competitive exclusion against Salmonella gallinarum(S. gallinarum) of Salmonella enteritidis(S. enteritidis) infected chickens, fifty-six, 4-week old Hyline layer suspected of S. enteritidis infection were challenged with...
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