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Chicken Conjunctiva Infected with Newcastle Virus

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Newcastle disease is a highly contagious viral disease of poultry and wild birds, capable of causing up to 100% mortality. This slide shows virulent Newcastle disease virus in the conjunctiva of a chicken. The virus is indicated by the brown stain.

Image: Dr Peter Hooper, Australian Animal Health Laboratory (AAHL)

Photographer : Dr. Peter Hooper

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Chicken Conjunctiva Infected with Newcastle Virus
Chicken Conjunctiva Infected with Newcastle Virus
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