Angara disease

Angara disease

see hydropericardium syndrome.
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Angara Disease (AD), caused by avian adenovirus-4 (AAV-4), is an important viral disease of poultry causing heavy economic losses in the affected flocks.
Keywords: Avian Adenovirus-4; Hydropericardium Syndrome; Phylogenetic analysis; Angara Disease
Angara Disease also called hydropericardium syndrome (HPS) is an important disease of broilers (36 weeks old) and breeders (620 weeks old) which causes high mortality resulting in heavy economic losses.
Atreatiseon Angara disease (hydropericardium-pulmonary oedema hepatonephritis syndrome).
Even though various serotypes of fowl adenovirus (FAV) produce inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) in broiler chicks, along with hydropericardium syndrome, popularly called Litchi heart disease or Angara disease, has recently been reported in some countries in Asia and America (Shane, 1996; Abe et al.
Efficacy of formalinized liver-organ vaccine against Angara disease in broilers.
A treatise on Angara disease (hydropericardium-pulmonary oedema- hepatonephritis syndrome.
Development of heterotypic vaccine against Angara disease associated avian adenovirus.
Antigenic response of formalized infected liver homogenate in broilers against Angara disease (HPS).