ALV

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ALVAlgemene Leden Vergadering (Dutch: General Membership Meeting)
ALVArvonlisävero (Finnish: value added tax)
ALVAdobe Levels File
ALVAvian Leukosis Virus
ALVAndorra La Vella (capital of Andorra)
ALVAutonomous Land Vehicle
ALVAlvin, Texas
ALVAnnual Lease Value (automobiles)
ALVAmicale Laïque de Voiron (French sports organization; Voiron, France)
ALVAsta La Vista
ALVApplication List Viewer
ALVAutomatic Licence Verification (UK)
ALVAir Launched Vehicle
ALVAdvanced Launch Vehicle
ALVArea of Landscape Value
ALVAvailable Lysine Value
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Avian leukosis (AL) is caused by avian leukosis virus (ALV) and supports the malignant proliferation in avian species (Payne et al., 1991; Payne and Nair, 2012).
Myeloid leukemia and transmission of the HPRS- 103 strain of avian leukosis virus. Leukemia.
Rosales, a veterinary medical officer with Ross Breeders, Inc., of Elkmont, Alabama, says infections are now occurring in younger chickens and spreading faster than any other avian leukosis virus (ALV) known before.
Isolation and characterization of emerging subgroup J avian leukosis virus associated with hemangioma in egg-type chickens.
Molecular characteristics and pathogenicity of an avian leukosis virus isolated from avian neurofibrosarcoma.
Examples of such contamination include simian virus in early polio vaccines grown on monkey kidney cells and avian leukosis virus (ALV) in yellow fever vaccines propagated in chick embryos (1).
(11) The most common viruses associated with lymphoma in poultry are Marek's disease virus, avian leukosis virus, and reticuloendotheliosis virus.
Lack of relationship between infection with avian leukosis virus and the presence of COFAL antigen in chick embryos.
(7) They have been associated with implants (including transponders), local trauma, vaccine administration, radiation exposure, foreign bodies, chronic inflammation, parasitic infections (especially Spirocerca lupi in the domestic dog), and retroviral infections, such as retroendothelial virus and avian leukosis virus in chickens.
Formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded neoplastic tissue as well as frozen liver and spleen were negative by polymerase chain reaction for avian leukosis virus and reticuloendo-theliosis virus.
Tolerance and immunity in chickens after congenital and contact infection with an avian leukosis virus. Virology.
(22-26) Avian leukosis virus causes B-cell lymphomas mainly in gallinaceous poultry, and reticuloendotheliosis virus has been associated with either B- or T-cell lymphomas in gallinaceous birds, geese, and a European starling (Sturnus vulgaris).