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Le septième Symposium International sur la Grippe Aviaire


Avian Influenza in Poultry and wild birds

Athens, Georgia, USA, 5-8 April 2009
Presentations focus on poultry and wild birds including pathobiology, virus reservoirs and ecology, molecular basis of virulence, vaccines and diagnostics, phylogenetics and molecular epidemiology, risk assessment, transmission, national and international control strategies, economics, updates on recent highly pathogenic avian influenza outbreaks and impact on human health with a focus on occupational and exposure risks.

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Posters session A
Posters session B


POSTERS DISPLAYED DURING SESSION A

No. 1 - M.M. Ismail, O.A. Khan, G. Cattoli and H. Lu
Isolation and identification of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus subtype H5N1 in Peafowl (Pavo cristatus)

No. 3 - H. L. Ferreira, B. Lambrecht, S. van Borm, L. Torrieri-Dramard, D. Klatzmann, B. Bellier and T. van den Berg
Evidence of the Fast Change of the Dominant Epitope in Hemagglutinin of Highly Pathogenic H5N1 Viruses

No. 4 - M. Muller
Antigenic characterisation of recombinant hemagglutinin proteins derived from different avian influenza virus subtypes

No. 12 - P.R. Woolcock, J. Li and C.J. Cardona
Immunity against avian influenza viruses emerging during an outbreak

No. 15 - B. Lozano-Dubernard, E. Soto-Priante, D. Sarfati-Mizrahi, F. Castro-Peralta, R. Flores-Castro, E. Loza-Rubio and M. Gay-Gutiérrez
Protection and differentiation of infected from vaccinated animals by an inactivated recombinant newcastle disease virus/avian influenza H5 vaccine

No. 20 - M. Gay-Gutiérrez, B. Lozano-Dubernard, E. Soto-Priante, F. Castro-Peralta, R. Flores-Castro, E. Loza-Rubio and D. Sarfati-Mizrahi
Protective Dose of a Live Recombinant Newcastle Disease LaSota/Avian Influenza Virus H5 (rNDV-LS/AI-H5) Vaccine against Highly Pathogenic H5N2 AI and Velogenic Viscerotropic ND in Specific-Pathogen-Free Chickens

No. 21 - E. Soto-Prirante, B. Lozano-Dubernad, D. Sarfati-Mizrahi, F. Castro-Peralta, R. Flores-Castro, E. Loza-Rubio and M. Gay-Gutiérrez
Cross-protection by three live recombinant newcastle disease virus-based vaccines expressing one of three avian influenza hemagglutinin genes

No. 23 - J. De Vriese, Y. Gardin, V. Palya, K. Moore Dorsey, B. Lambrecht, S.Van Borm and T. van den Berg
Efficacy of a rHVT-AI vector vaccine in broilers with passive immunity to HVT and AIV, against challenge with H5N1 HPAIV

No. 33 - C. Thomas and D.E. Swayne
Updated Recommendations for Heat Inactivation of High Pathogenicity Avian Influenza Virus in Dried Egg White for Import/Export Purposes

No. 37 - L. Dong-Hun, L. Hyun-Jeong, L. Yu-Na, L. Youn-Jeong, J. Ok-Mi, K. Hyun-Mi, K. Min-Chul, K. Ji-Sun, K. Jun-Hun, L. Joong-Bok, P. Seung-Yong, C. In-Soo and S. Chang-Seon
Application of DNA barcoding in AIV surveillance of wild bird habitats in Korea and Mongolia

No. 41 - J. Parmley
Canada’s Inter-agency Wild Bird Influenza Survey

No. 43 - D. Vangeluwe, B. Lambrecht, O. Poncin, N. Dumont, L. Leclercq, S. Van Borm, and
T. van den Berg
In natura follow-up of LPAI infections among wild waterfowl

No. 45 - K. Akasofu, F. Huettmann, G. Happ, J, Runstadler
Entering the Digital Side of the Lab: Avian Influenza Data Predictions for the Pacific Rim and beyond

No. 48 - M.M. Aly, A. Arafa, W.H. Kilany, A.A. Sleim and M. K. Hassan
Isolation of a low pathogenic avian influenza LPAI (H7N7) from a black kite (milvus migrans) in Egypt 2005

No. 56 - E. Niqueux, O. Guionie, A. Schmitz, J. Hars and V. Jestin
Natural immune response of wild birds against subtype H5 and N1 Influenza viruses in France

No. 58 - J. Nolting and R. Slemons
Phenotypic Variations in Low Pathogenic H1N1 Avian Influenza Viruses Resulting from Genotypic Differences Among Isolates

No. 61 - T. Lefrançois, P. Hendrikx, M. Millien, L. Gomez, L. Gouyet, G. Gerbier, N. Ehrhardt, S. Ahoussou, N. Vachiery, N. Gaidet, V. Gongora and M. Trotman
Surveillance of avian influenza in the Caribbean through the Caribbean Animal Health Network, CaribVET.

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POSTERS DISPLAYED DURING SESSION B

No. 64 - H.D. Hunt, S. Jadhao and D. E. Swayne
Major Histocompatibility Complex and Host Background Genes in Chickens Influence Resistance to High Pathogenicity Avian Influenza Virus

No. 74 - S. Suba, V.K. Saxena, S. Nagarajan, P.R. Vanamayya, V. Gowthaman, R. Jain, D.P. Singh and S.C. Dubey
An Experimental Investigation on Resistance/Susceptibility to H5N1 Virus in Indigenous and High Yielding Chickens Of India

No. 79 - O. Guionie, C. Guillou-Cloarec, D. Courtois, M. Le Bras, A. Oger, C. Allée, M. Cherbonnel, M. Amelot and V. Jestin
Experimental Infection of Muscovy Ducks with Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza Virus (H5N1)

No. 82 - K.A. Moresco, D.E. Stallknecht, D.E. Swayne
Evaluation and Optimization of Avian Embryos and Cell Culture Methods for Efficient Isolation and Propagation of Avian Influenza Viruses

No. 84 - E. Pérez-Ramírez, V. Rodríguez, D. Sommer, J. Manuel Blanco, P. Acevedo, U. Heffels-Redmann and U. Höfle
Serological Testing for Avian Influenza Viruses in Wild Birds: Comparison of Two Commercial Competition ELISAs

No. 87 - H. Lage Ferreira, J. F. Pirlot, B. Kaspers, S. Kothlow, T. van den Berg, B. Lambrecht
Tools for measurement of ducks immune response after experimental infection with H5N1 and H7N1 LPAI viruses

No. 97 - A. Arafa, A.A. Selim, M. K. Hassan and M. M. Aly
Genetic Characterization of mutant strains of HPAI-H5N1 that escaped detection by real-time RT-PCR diagnostic sets

No. 101 - J.H. Leibler, E.K. Silbergeld, A. Pekosz, G.C. Gray
No evidence of avian influenza viruses among US poultry workers, Delmarva Peninsula

No. 103 - V. Gowthaman, P.R. Vanamayya, S. Nagarajan, S. Bhatia, S. Suba, J. Rajlaxmi, B. Padma Nava, C. Tosh, H.V. Murugkar and S.C. Dubey
Influence of dose of inocula on outcome of clinical disease in highly pathogenic avian influenza (H5N1) infections - An experimental study

No. 104 - J. Li and C. J. Cardona (No. 104)
Adaptation and Transmission of a Wild Duck Avian Influenza Isolate in Chickens

No. 108 - J. Nazir, R. Haumacher, P. Stumpf, A. Ike, R. Böhm and R.E. Marschang
Long Term Study on Tenacity of Avian Influenza Viruses in Water (Distilled water, Normal saline and Surface water) at Different Temperatures

No. 109 - B.Z. Londt, L.A. Outtrim, S.C. Essen, S.M. Brookes, J.W. McCauley, I.H. Brown
Infection and Transmission Dynamics of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza H5N1 in Chickens and Pekin ducks Infected Experimentally

No. 110 - L. Hyun-Jeong, L. Yu-Na, L. Dong-Hun, Y. Ha-Na, K. Ji-Sun, L. Youn-Jeong, K. Min-Chu, J. Ok-Mi, K. Hyun-Mi, K. Jun-Hun, L. Joong-Bok, P. Seung-Young, C. In-Soo and S. Chang-Seon
Continuing Evolution of H3, H4, H6 and H9 Influenza A viruses in live bird markets in Korea with potential for expanding host range

No. 111 - F.C. Dórea, A.R. Vieira, C. Hofacre and D.J. Cole
A probabilistic model of the potential spread of highly pathogenic avian influenza virus among commercial poultry operations in Georgia, USA

No. 112 - K. Domanska-Blicharz, Z. Minta, S. Marche and K. Smietanka
Survival of HPAIV H5N1 in different types of water

No. 113 - I. Davidson, S. Nagar, R. Haddas, M. Ben-Shabat, N. Golender, E. Lapin, A. Altory, L. Simanov, I. Ribshtein, A. Panshin and S. Perk
Avian influenza virus H9N2 survival at different temperatures and pHs

No. 116 - A.M. Miles, M. MacDonald, E. Salt, G. Mullins, H. Kiezebrink and J. Sparrey
Practical High Pathogenicity Avian Influenza First Response Training Exercises

No. 117 - P.L.M. Msoffe, D. Bunn, A.P. Muhairwa, M.M.A. Mtambo, H. Mwamhehe, A. Msago, M. Mlozi and C.J. Cardona
Preparation for the prevention and control of highly pathogenic avian influenza in rural Tanzanian village settings

No. 118 - R.L. Alphin, C.D. Ciaverelli, D.P. Hougentogler, K.J. Johnson, M.K. Rankin and E.R. Benson
Post Outbreak Disinfection of Mobile Equipment

No. 120 - H. Lu, M.M. Ismail, O.A. Khan, S.S. Abdel Rhman, Y. Al Hammad, M.H. Abdel Baky, M.A. Shuaib, M.H. Al-Blowi
Epidemic Outbreaks, Diagnostics and Control Measures of the H5N1 Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2007–08

No. 121 - S.C. Trock and J.P. Huntley
Surveillance and Control of Avian Influenza in the New York Live Bird Markets, 2003 - 2008

No. 122 - K.M. Dimitrov, R.J. Manvell, G.V. Goujgoulova
Status of Wild Birds in Bulgarian Zoos with Regard to Ortho and Paramyxovirus Type 1 Infections

No. 123 - L. Holtvoigt, P. Dennis, J. Nolting, S. Roy, D.l Brown and R. Slemons
An Epidemiological Investigation of Type A Influenza Infections in Avian Collections at Ohio Zoos

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