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evaluation of newcastle disease virus immunoassays for waterfowl using a monoclonal antibody specific for the duck immunoglobulin light the present study a monoclonal antibody (mab 14a3) was tested for its reactivity against serum immunoglobulin y (igy) of several waterfowl species, and subsequently for its applicability as anti-species antibody in common immunoassays. western blot analyses demonstrated its broad cross-reactivity with the serum igy light chain of different duck species: muscovy duck (cairina moschata), mallard (anas platyrhynchos), white-winged wood duck (asarcornis scutulatus), common pintail (dafila acuta). ...200818568660
avian paramyxovirus serotype 1 (newcastle disease virus), avian influenza virus, and salmonella spp. in mute swans (cygnus olor) in the great lakes region and atlantic coast of the united states.since their introduction to the united states in the late 19th century, mute swans (cygnus olor) have become a nuisance species by causing damage to aquatic habitats, acting aggressively toward humans, competing with native waterfowl, and potentially transmitting or serving as a reservoir of infectious diseases to humans and poultry. in an effort to investigate their potential role as a disease reservoir and to establish avian health baselines for pathogens that threaten agricultural species or ...201424758125
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