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Molecular identification of H5N1 isolated from Egypt by sequencing of cleavage site

Title

Molecular identification of H5N1 isolated from Egypt by sequencing of cleavage site

Authors

Mohamed G. Seadawy et al.,            

Keywords

Avian influenza | chickens

Publication Details

Vol: 4; Iss: 11; Nov 18 | ISSN: 2454-5422

Abstract

Avian influenza (AI) is caused by specified viruses that are members of the family Orthomyxoviridae and placed in the genus influenza virus A. There are three influenza genera – A, B and C; only influenza A viruses are known to infect birds. Diagnosis is by isolation of the virus or by detection and characterization of fragments of its genome. Infection in chickens with HPAI H5N1 is similar to infection with other HPAI viruses. In this study, we will explain how to make accurate identification for avian influenza strains isolated from many localities in Egypt by sequencing of the cleavage site.

Citation:

Mohamed G. Seadawy, Yousef A. Soliman, Mohamed A. Karam, Reda M. Taha   “Molecular identification of H5N1 isolated from Egypt by sequencing of cleavage site”. International Journal of Current Science Research (IJCSR) 4.11 (2018):  1687-1702.

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