Newcastle virus

Newcastle virus

[′nü‚kas·əl ‚vī·rəs]
(virology)
A ribonucleic acid hemagglutinating myxovirus responsible for Newcastle disease.
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A similar experiment with Newcastle virus samples had the same results.
A POULTRY farm whose entire livestock was destroyed after an outbreak of the Newcastle Virus (NDV) has warned that it could be forced to shut down.
The most dramatic cases were those treated in Israel with what he called MTH-68/H, a highly oncolytic isolate of Newcastle virus.
We thank Alice Stargardt for her help in preparing this article and Kathy Kurth for her assistance in testing for avian influenza and exotic Newcastle virus.
Research teams in Germany and the United States each designed avaccine using a live but attenuated version of a bird pathogen called Newcastle virus.
Chuck McDonald of Lancaster says he's careful not to let anyone give his wild turkeys the deadly Newcastle virus.
Honduran poultry companies were forced to kill off some 500,000 chickens infected with the Newcastle virus, whose fresh outbreak threatens the industry throughout the region, reports Agencia EFE (June 10, 2000).
Engelhard also is conducting efficacy tests to secure EPA registration for use of Aseptrol against other animal pathogens, including the Norwalk virus, Hoof & Mouth Disease and Newcastle virus.
In colon cancer patients," the authors wrote, the Newcastle virus treatment "appears to be beneficial prolonging overall and metastases-free survival.
Seal studies the genetic component of Newcastle virus samples sent in by APHIS.
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