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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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premises Dec 2014-Jun 2015 15 H5N2, H5N8, 242: all HPAI H5N1 ([dagger]) Jan-16 1 H7N8 9: 1 HPAI, 8 ([double dagger]) LPAI Mar 2017 4 H7N9 13: 2 HPAI, 11 LPAI Time No.
The HPAI virus in this outbreak was suspected to have emerged as a result of spontaneous mutation in a circulating LPAI virus; this hypothesis was supported by later genetic analyses (1).
Domestic birds are quite sensitive in picking up LPAI from wild birds.
In the United States avian influenza vaccine is used frequently in turkeys to prevent LPAI infections.
For example, in Italy in 1999, an H7 LPAI virus mutated into HPAI within nine months.
The Department of Agriculture's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service works with states to monitor and respond to outbreaks of LPAI. 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.
(LPAI), noted that while LPAI is the distributor for the Americas for Lister Petter, it is also a distributor for Iveco Motors engines for nine states in the U.S.
APHIS initiates avian influenza prevention program: USDA's Animal & Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) has received $13.7 million to develop a national low pathogenic avian influenza (LPAI) control and prevention program and to create a set of standards for states to use in ensuring live bird markets are regulated in a uniform fashion.
A Library Planning and Action Initiative (LPAI) should now be implemented by academic libraries in India.
In a significant change in the pro-Afar policies that dominated French political thinking prior to Djibouti's independence in 1977,(10) the first Djiboutian government of the independence era reflected an important shift in French involvement in internal Djiboutian politics: Hassan Gouled Aptidon, an Issa Somali and leader of the Ligue Populaire Africaine pour l'Independance (LPAI), became the first president of the republic, and Ahmed Dini, an Afar and secretary-general of the LPAI, assumed the position of prime minister.