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avian poxvirus infection in a flamingo (phoenicopterus ruber) of the lisbon zoo.avian poxviruses (apv) are very large viruses spread worldwide in a variety of hosts. they are responsible for a disease usually referred to as pox, mainly characterized by nodular lesions on feather-free regions of the body. on may 2010, a young american flamingo (phoenicopterus ruber) of the lisbon zoo (portugal) developed a nodular lesion suggestive of poxvirus infection on its right foot. avipoxvirus was isolated from the lesion and a fragment of the p4b-encoding gene was amplified by polyme ...201627010277
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