Aleutian disease


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Aleutian disease

[ə′lü·shən diz‚ēz]
(veterinary medicine)
A disease of mink characterized by accumulations of plasma cells in several organs, hyaline changes in the walls of small arteries, and interstitial fibrosis of the kidneys.
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Antibodies to Aleutian disease virus in human sera.
Counter current line absorption immunoelectrophoresis is an alternative diagnostic screening test to counter current electrophoresis in Aleutian disease (AD) eradication programs.