Pathogenicity Tests in Chickens The intravenous pathogenicity index test was conducted according to the OIE Manual of Diagnostic Tests and Vaccines for Terrestrial Animals 2011 (11) to determine whether A/common buzzard/Bulgaria/38WB/2010 is pathogenic in chickens.
What does IVPI stand for?
IVPI stands for Intravenous Pathogenicity Index
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- International Vintage Poster Dealer Association
- Intravenous Pyogenic Granuloma
- International Veterinary Public Health Consortium (est. 2004)
- Informacinio Verslo Paslaugu Imone (Lithuanian: Business Information Services Company)
- Institution of Veterinarians of Poultry Industry (Bangalore, India)
- Informacines Visuomenes Pletros Komitetas (Lithuania: Information Society Development Committee)
- Indian Valley Public Library (Telford, PA)
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- International Virtual Private Networking
- Internationale Virtuelle Private Netze (German: International Virtual Private Networks)
- IP Virtual Private Network
- Insects as Vectors of Plant Pathogens (est. 1990; Centre for Environmental Sciences; Madrid, Spain)
- Institute of Vertebrate Paleontology and Paleoanthropology
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Avian influenza virus hemagglutinin subtype H5N2 with low pathogenicity was characterized by virus isolation, real-time reverse transcriptase PCR assay, chicken intravenous pathogenicity index, and reference sera.
The intravenous pathogenicity index for chickens and 50% lethal dose for mice were 2.
However, viruses within the H5 and H7 subtypes have the capacity to acquire genetic properties that confer high virulence and a high proportion of deaths in chickens and other fowl after their introduction into domestic poultry; these viruses are characterized as highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) viruses according to the intravenous pathogenicity index method described by the World Organization for Animal Health (1).
50]), intravenous pathogenicity index (IVPI), intracerebral pathogenicity index (ICPI), and 50% lethal dose in mice (ML[D.
The corresponding isolate, A/Turkey/ Suzdalka/Nov-1/05, from turkey spleen was highly pathogenic for chickens in the laboratory intravenous pathogenicity index test.
The high pathogenicity of the virus was confirmed by measuring the intravenous pathogenicity index in chickens (IVPI = 2.
Avian influenza infection was confirmed on February 16, 2004, and later genotypic and phenotypic intravenous pathogenicity index (IVPI) testing characterized the virus as low pathogenicity avian influenza (LPAI) H7N3.