Schachner, A; Gonzalez, G; Endler, L; Ito, K; Hess, M (2019): Evidence of frequent and multiple recombination in fowl adenovirus (FAdV), revealed by FAdV-D and FAdV-E strain variants with reshuffled genomes and atypical serological reactivities. -XXIst World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress; SEP 16-20, 2019; Bangkok, Thailand.
Grafl, B; Liebhart, D; Schachner, A; Hess, M (2018): Adenoviral gizzard erosion in pullet and layer flocks and potential means of prophylaxis due to live vaccination with an apathogenic FAdV-A. -15th European Poultry Conference; Sep 17-21, 2018; Dubrovnik, Croatia. (ISBN: 978-90-829157-0-9 )
Grafl, B; Schachner, A; Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2018): Non-pathogenic FAdV-1 prevents development of adenoviral gizzard erosion in layers. -4th ECPVS Scientific Symposium; Sep 7, 2018; Valencia, Spain.
Schachner, A; Gonzalez, G; Endler, L; Ito, K; Hess, M (2018): A minimum set of core & right-terminal targets covering hybrid neutralization profiles and diversity in tentative host-modulatory regions acquired by recombination is crucial for fowl aviadenovirus (FAdV) typing. -13th International Adenovirus Meeting; SEP 26-29, 2018; Los Morelos, Mexico.
Schachner, A; Gonzalez, G; Marek, A; Endler, L; Ito, K; Hess, M (2018): Intergenomic comparison of an in vitro-attenuated FAdV-4 strain and its virulent counterpart provides substantial evidence for virulence modulation in fowl aviadenoviruses via adaptation of right-terminal genome contents. -11th International Congress for Veterinary Virology – ESVV 2018; AUG 27-30, 2018; Vienna, Austria.
Feichtner, F; Schachner, A; Berger, E; Hess, M (2017): Recombinant fiber proteins enable sensitive and species-specific detection of antibodies against clinically relevant fowl aviadenoviruses (FAdVs) in chickens. -XXth congress of the World Veterinary Poultry Association; SEP 4-8, 2017; Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Grafl, B; Cargill, P; Garcia-Rueda, Cristina; Wood, A; Schock, A; Liebhart, D; Schachner, A; Hess, M (2017): In vivo studies confirm FAdV-1 as the etiological agent of adenoviral gizzard erosions seen in replacement pullets and layer flocks in the UK. -XXth World Veterinary Poultry Association Congress; Sept 4-8, 2017; Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Schachner, A; Marek, A; Grafl, B; Hess, M (2016): Combined analysis of several genes up to full genome sequencing is needed to unambiguously resolve the genotypes of fowl aviadenoviruses (FAdVs). -12th International Adenovirus Meeting; AUG 16-20, 2016; Barsinghausen, GERMANY.
Schachner, A; Marek, A; Grafl, B; Hess, M (2016): Combined hexon- and fiber-based analysis provides new insights into the molecular profile of specific FAdV genotypes consolidated for pathogenesis of inclusion body hepatitis. -Focused Meeting on Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses; Sep 27-29, 2016; London, UK.
Schachner, A; Marek, A; Jaskulska, B; Bilic, I; Hess, M (2014): The fowl adenovirus (FAdV) fiber molecule as mediator of protective immunity and ist usage for typing of FAdVs. -11th International Adenovirus Meeting; JUL 16-20, 2014; La Jolla, CA, USA.
Schachner, A; Marek, A; Jaskulska, B; Bilic, I; Hess, M (2013): Efficacy of recombinant FAdV capsid proteins to protect chickens against hepatitis-hydropericardium syndrome. -XVIIIth Congress of the World Poultry Association; AUG, 19-23, 2013; Nantes, FRANCE.