Diagnostyka astrowirusów


Katarzyna Domańska-Blicharz, Joanna Sajewicz-Krukowska


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Objawy kliniczne towarzyszące zakażeniom astrowirusowym nie są patognomoniczne i nie można na ich podstawie określić, czy mamy do czynienia z tym wirusem. Podobne objawy kliniczne/zmiany histopatologiczne w nerkach u kurcząt mogą powodować zakażenia ANV (wirus zapalenia nerek, ang. avian nephritis virus), CAstV (astrowirus kurzy, ang. chicken astrovirus), jak również nefropatogene szczepy wirusa zakaźnego zapalenia oskrzeli (IBV, ang. infectious bronchitis virus) [1]. Zakażenia wirusami IB i AN mogą występować jednocześnie, na co wskazują również badania krajowe [2].
 
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