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Nine Infectious Bursal Disease Virus (IBDV) suspected infected flocks, in Khartoum, were followed up during the clinical course of the disease over the period of January to December 2005. The investigations showed that the disease occurred in different poultry-producing areas in the State all around the year and caused a mortality that ranged between 9 and 49%. All cases of IBD were reported to the governmental veterinary clinics during this period. The disease occurred in light egg-producing type Leghorn, chickens and no cases were reported in heavy meat broiler chickens. The IBDV vaccine strains were commercially available in the Sudan (D78, Bio-Gumboro and Gumboro 3) including hot and intermediate strain (228E) vaccine. These vaccines were administered according to a variety of vaccination programmes which failed to protect the surveyed flocks from clinical IBDV infection. Diagnosis of the disease was based on clinical signs, gross pathology, histopathology and virus (IBDV) isolation in chicken embryo and was confirmed by serology using ELISA.


 

 
 
   
 
 

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