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Monitoring Avian Influenza Viruses from Chicken Carcasses Sold at Markets, China, 2016.

Monitoring Avian Influenza Viruses from Chicken Carcasses Sold at Markets, China, 2016.
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Mao X, Wu J, Lau EHY, Cheng KL, Zhong Z, Song Y, Ji X, Zou L, Ke C, Peiris JSM, Wang H, Yen HL,


Mao X, Wu J, Lau EHY, Cheng KL, Zhong Z, Song Y, Ji X, Zou L, Ke C, Peiris JSM, Wang H, Yen HL, (click to view)

Mao X, Wu J, Lau EHY, Cheng KL, Zhong Z, Song Y, Ji X, Zou L, Ke C, Peiris JSM, Wang H, Yen HL,

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Emerging infectious diseases 2017 10 1723(10) doi 10.3201/eid2310.170679

Abstract

During 2016 in Guangzhou, China, we detected infectious avian influenza viruses (AIVs) in 39.8% of samples from chicken carcasses slaughtered at live poultry markets but none from carcasses supplied to supermarkets by facilities bypassing live poultry markets. Promoting supply chains with high biosecurity may reduce the risk for zoonotic AIV transmission.

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