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2019

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Matos, M; Bilic, I; Mitsch, P; Sommer, F; Berger, E; Hess, M (2019): High number of cutaneous fowlpox outbreaks in Austria suggests increased viral fitness in the field. -WVPAC 2019 - World Veterinary Poultry Association Conference 2019; SEPT 16-20, 2019; Bangkok, Thailand.

Matos, M; Hess, M (2019): Viral hepato-pancreatitis and metabolic related derangements in chickens. -III. CEPI Conference on Poultry Nutrition and Poultry Health; FEB 14, 2019; Keszthely, Hungary.

2018

Journal Article

** Matos, M; Dublecz, K; Grafl, B; Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2018): Pancreatitis Is an Important Feature of Broilers Suffering from Inclusion Body Hepatitis Leading to Dysmetabolic Conditions with Consequences for Zootechnical Performance. Avian Dis. 2018; 62(1):57-64

2017

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Matos, M; Dublecz, K; Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2017): Fowl aviadenovirus-induced pancreatitis leads to dysmetabolic conditions in broilers. -WVPA XXth Congress 2017; September 4-8, 2017; Edinburgh, United Kingdom.

2016

Journal Article

** Matos, M; Grafl, B; Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2016): The outcome of experimentally induced inclusion body hepatitis (IBH) by fowl aviadenoviruses (FAdVs) is crucially influenced by the genetic background of the host. Vet Res. 2016; 47(1):69
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** Matos, M; Grafl, B; Liebhart, D; Schwendenwein, I; Hess, M (2016): Selected clinical chemistry analytes correlate with the pathogenesis of inclusion body hepatitis experimentally induced by fowl aviadenoviruses. Avian Pathol. 2016; 45(5):520-529

Published (citable) presentations at scientific conferences (A2)

Matos, M; Grafl, B; Liebhart, D; Hess, M (2016): Fowl aviadenovirus-induced lesions in liver and pancreas coincide with severe metabolic disorders in broiler chickens. -Microbiology Society Focused Meeting 2016: Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Avian Viruses; SEPT 27-29, 2016; London, UK.

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