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LPAILow Pathogenic Avian Influenza
LPAILibrary Planning and Action Initiative (various locations)
LPAILa Petite Academy, Inc. (est. 1968; childcare; various locations)
LPAILembaga Pendidikan Asuransi Indonesia (Indonesian: Indonesian Insurance Education Institute; Jakarta, Indonesia)
LPAILogic Programming and Artificial Intelligence Research Group (Catholic University of Leuven; Belgium)
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Analyze the differential diagnosis for patients presenting with LPAI infection
Although the role of IFN as an adjuvant when delivered perorally has been established in mammals (12), our data demonstrate for the first time, to our knowledge, that avian IFN administered in drinking water to naturally infected chickens lowers the threshold of antigen required to stimulate the adaptive immune response to an LPAI isolate.
This is especially apparent for the North American lineage LPAI viruses (H7N2), which circulated in the live bird markets of the northeastern United States for over a decade.
In March 2010, an outbreak of LPAI A (H10N7) was identified in a biosecure intensive commercial poultry enterprise in New South Wales, Australia.
APHIS provides funds and support personnel to states when LPAI is detected.
LPAI does not always cause obvious disease in birds and is present in the global wildfowl population.
Once introduced, LPAI can spread from bird to bird by direct contact.
To accomplish the goals of the LPAI, a planning team should be established in every academic library.
1), synthetic Replikins TransFlu(TM) vaccine, produced in 7 days, was shown to be effective in decreasing infectivity and completely blocking excretion of LPAI H5N1 in chickens.
In Taiwan, poultry infected by LPAI (H5N2) virus were reported during 2003-2004 and 2008-2011 (5-7), whereas HPAI (H5N2) viruses were first isolated in 2012 and caused subsequent outbreaks in poultry.
The LPAI comprises a chairman and two whole-time members and will have representation of officials concerned from the Centre and the States.
In August 2006, we collected 19 free-living hatch-year Mallards that were positive for LPAI virus by real-time reverse-transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (RRT-PCR) in combined oropharyngeal and cloacal swabs.