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time-dependent recovery of mycoplasma lipofaciens (strain ml64) from incubated infertile chicken eggs and dead in shell chicken embryos.mycoplasmas are pathogens of different avian species, and they are able to be vertically transmitted. even detected, mycoplasma prevalence in raptor eggs is very low. in contrast to poultry, raptor eggs submitted for investigations are usually incubated. to investigate the influence of incubation length on the recovery of mycoplasmas from eggs, infertile specific-pathogen-free chicken eggs and embryos were infected with mycoplasma lipofaciens (strain ml64), which had previously been isolated fro ...200818939632
pathogenicity of mycoplasma lipofaciens strain ml64 for turkey embryos.mycoplasma lipofaciens strain ml64, isolated from an egg of a northern goshawk (accipiter gentilis), has been found to be pathogenic for chicken embryos causing mortality during the first 2 weeks of incubation. the same strain was inoculated in turkey embryos to evaluate its pathogenicity and its ability to be transmitted laterally in the hatchery. the strain was found to be pathogenic for turkey embryos, causing a high mortality (88.9%) during late incubation as well as haemorrhages of the legs ...200717899463
pathogenicity of mycoplasma lipofaciens strain ml64, isolated from an egg of a northern goshawk (accipiter gentilis), for chicken embryos.some mycoplasma species are well-known avian pathogens and are of importance in poultry breeder flocks due to their pathogenic potential for embryos. mycoplasmas are regularly detected in birds of prey, and a strain of mycoplasma lipofaciens that was isolated from an egg of a northern goshawk (accipiter gentilis) was examined for its pathogenicity in specific pathogen free chicken embryos since birds of prey eggs were not available for this purpose. the strain was found to be pathogenic, causing ...200717479376
prevalence of mycoplasmas in eggs from birds of prey using culture and a genus-specific mycoplasma polymerase chain reaction.mycoplasmas are commensals and pathogens of different avian species, especially poultry and passeriforms. the role of mycoplasmas in raptors has not yet been completely determined, and especially not the possibility of vertical transmission. therefore 424 raptor eggs were examined for the occurrence of mycoplasmas using culture, and 155 of these eggs with a mycoplasma genus-specific polymerase chain reaction (pcr) assay. this pcr was tested for its sensitivity and specificity, especially for use ...200717479375
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